So I have the Smith and Wesson 686SSR, I have the belt, I have a kickass holster (that I need to photograph and review in the near future), I have the starting loader and speedloaders*, and I even have the ammunition… what I do not have are holders for the speedloaders.
So, any suggestions for IDPA-legal speedloader holsters? On the one hand, I prefer the "belt-loop-behind-the-holder" style for speed/repeatability (rather than the thread-the-belt-through-the-bullets style, which is good for concealability and every-day carry), but things like this are not legal per the rulebook.
Basically, I am looking at having to go with a custom fabricator, but I was wondering if folks had any specific experiences or ideas.
And, yes, I know that practice/skill matters more than equipment, but given that IDPA does not allow me to carry my reloads in my pockets like I would normally, some basic level of accouterments is required. Now I just have to swallow my fashion sense and figure out how to abide by their "IT HAS TO BE CONCEALED!!!11!!" rule…
(* – Though it is worth noting that Five Star Firearm’s L-Frame Bedside Block does not appear compatible with Safariland Comp III Speedloaders. Neither I nor any of the folks at Coal Creek Armory could get them to work together, with either .38 or .357 ammunition. Guess I will need to snag one of these.)