Uncle Mike's Introduces New Competition Belt and Shotgun Shell Speed Caddy

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posted on June 13, 2012
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With the growth in both professional and amateur 3-Gun competitions, the new competition gear from Uncle Mike's can help shooters of all experience levels improve their performance and success.

The new competition belt system includes both an inner and outer belt. The outer belt is MOLLE/PALS compatible, making it easy to attach a number of shooting accessories. The inner belt is padded to offset gear loads and provide extra comfort during competition. The competition belt system is compatible with the Uncle Mike's Kydex and Reflex holsters and a number of other competition products including the ITW FastMag. It is available in sizes ranging from medium (32-36") to XXL (50-54") and is solution dyed for color fastness.

The shotgun shell speed caddy is CNC-machined from aircraft aluminum billet and finished with type II hard coat anodizing. The shells are secured with yield stainless steel retention clips, and the caddy features a spring belt clip for easy on/off operation. The shotgun shell speed caddy holds four 2 ¾" 12 gauge shells and is compatible with all competition belts.

Both the competition belt system and shotgun shell speed caddy are made in the USA and are available for MSRPs of $77.95 and $53.95, respectively.

For more information about the Uncle Mike's competition belt system or the shotgun shell speed caddy, visit the product pages online. To learn more about Uncle Mike's and its complete line of shooting accessories, visit www.unclemikes.com or call 1-800-423-3537.

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