First Look: GSM Outdoors AmmoPal

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posted on September 27, 2018
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The GSM Outdoors AmmoPal, marketed under the company’s "Shooting Made Easy" brand, is a shotshell-carrying system designed for shotgun hunters and target shooters, providing a solution for the age-old problem of how to keep low-capacity shotguns topped off at the range or in the field.

The AmmoPal holds up to ten 2.75-inch 12-gauge shells in a UV and oil-resistant dispenser. The dispenser itself is made from high-impact Geon PVC and is available in green, flat dark earth or black. An ambidextrous design, the AmmoPal can be used by left- or right-handed shooters for fast reloads, even if impeded by gloves. Though not currently available, AmmoPal is already working on a model for 3-inch shells, soon to be released.

Equipped with two sets of dual-mounting clips, both short and long, the GSM Outdoors AmmoPal allows for more than a dozen carry configurations on either belts or MOLLE gear. Keeping in mind many different styles among shooters, the designers of AmmoPal made it work both right side up and upside down, in order to make it fit more easily into anyone’s particular system.

With a large thumb-sweep area, the AmmoPal doesn’t require extreme dexterity to dispense shotshells, and relies upon a durable spring and follower to retain cartridges in the field. Speaking of the field, the AmmoPal has a drain slot to prevent water buildup, and even boasts a fully removable baseplate for easy cleaning and maintenance. These features combine to make the AmmoPal ideal not just for target shooters, but for upland bird hunting, waterfowling, or tactical shotgun work as well.

To check out the AmmoPal, which currently retails at a suggested price of $29.95, or any of the other great products GSM has to offer, check out the company's website here.

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