The Shotgun can be one of the most versatile tools in your tactical tool box. Depending how, and what you load it with, it can be a problem solver, but ammo management is the tricky part. The Got Your Six Rack (GYS) is the answer to that management problem.
Don't be fooled by the awesome price ( This is a contract overrun so the price is a one time deal! )
+ 1" elastic loops covered with non-slip silicone underneath
Also Holds 18650 / 21700 / AA Batteries
The GYS Shell Shock Card is 2" X 6" and holds 6 rounds of 12Ga wherever you need it. The Shell Shock Card will mount on the side of your receiver, stock, headboard, Velcro shoulder patches, vehicle carpet, car door panel, plate carriers, anything that is Velcro loop compatible. It is a versatile tool that can mount almost anywhere to keep your mission dependent load-out at the ready when and where you need it. Have different GYS Racks preloaded for different missions. Switching your load-out from breaching rounds to defensive rounds, or whatever has never been easier.
The base is made of a thick 2"X6" piece of heavy nylon with Velcro Hook on one side. The other side features 1" elastic loops covered with non-slip silicone to hold your rounds even with the most extreme recoil and vibration. The advantage of 1" elastic is that it leaves plenty of the round exposed for a good grip in stressful times.
Notice: The Got Your Six Rack Does Not Include Ammunition And Does Not Include Loop Velcro. You must provide your own Loop Velcro that is appropriate for whatever you want to stick/sew your Got Your Six Rack to.
(We get our Loop from Home Depot or Walmart)
I've been needing a number of shotshell cards, but I found the bigger named ones to be priced high enough I couldn't justify spares. At this price, I can't justify not having spares. Built quality is good as those costing double, and I expect years of service from them. Much better than trying to build my own from Wally-world grade ammo belts and velcro.
OH! Keep the bags they ship in! Heavy duty and sized just right to hold half a dozens shotshells, what a coincidence. But these have some body to them unlike most zip closed bags. So that gives me a couple packages of shotshells (buck, slug, turkey shot, you get the idea) to throw in the ammo box. And they'll hold 30 rounds of 5.56 with room to spare, and I'm pretty sure they'll hold about that amount of 7.62x39 or .30-30, and if you're careful packing probably enough pistol ammo to fill a fun stick. Probably wasn't planned that way, but if it was, it's the little touches. (And if it wasn't planned, County Comm, any chance of them becoming a catalog item in packs of like 20 or 25?)
I had a buttcuff for my shotgun and the elastic was worn out and rounds dropped out. I added heavy duty Velcro to the cuff. These work better than perfect! Inside of loops has rubber to grip the rounds tight. The Velcro backing is the sturdiest I have seen. Absolutely perfect.
If you are a fan of the 20 gauge shotty, these will work for you. Very handy.