Shotgun card pouch

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Anyone run velcro cards on their shotguns?

icemancometh said:

I am thinking of adding a velcro card to my Mossberg 500. Does anyone here have any experience with them. Pro's/cons? Brands? I have been eyeing the SKD cards at $15/each. I have tried the Tacstar, just looking for a quick reload platform.

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Low quality cards with elastic loops are more trouble than they are worth. They won't hold the shells in place under recoil or when you need them if you move.

On the other hand, better brands of elastic looped cards hold shells better than any rigid metal or polymer side saddles. I have experience with 3GunGear brand, but I don't know if they're still in business. I don't know if they invented the concept of a velcro card for shells, but they certainly were the first to do it well and popularize it. When they were still in business, some of the defense-only people dismissed elastic loop cards because they're sole experience was with cheap buttcuffs and bandoleers. Good quality cards only bear a passing resemblance to those pieces of crap.

I've used the 3GunGear brand on several different Remington 1100 and 11-87s, plus a Winchester SX2 Practical (I think I used a generic or Benelli version for that gun). I've never lost a shell in a match or in defense-oriented training classes and you can't beat having a bag of loaded cards you can use to quickly "reload" the side of your gun.



Understanding the Potential

There are a lot of ways to carry shotshells on your person and frankly, most of them stink. They vary from elastic bandoleers to rectangular chest rigs with a bunch of elastic loops sewn to them. I suppose they all do the job of carrying the ammo, but few, if any, of them actually support fighting with the shotgun. That is why I was so excited to try the Detachable Shotshell Carrier Pouch MKIII (DSC Pouch) from S&J Hardware.

SJ Hardware DSC Carrier MKIII

To understand the beauty of the DSC Pouch, you have to understand the beauty of the DSC or Detachable Shotshell Carrier. Other manufacturers call them shotgun cards or other names but the principle is the same. They consist of elastic loops on a semi-rigid, Velcro backing. They can be affixed to the side of your shotgun with adhesive backed loop Velcro.

SJ Hardware DSC Carrier MKIII Card on Moss 500

They work extremely well because they are easily swapped. They allow you to carry multiples and swap them as they are needed. You can mount the spares anywhere you have loop Velcro: on your chest rig, on your plate carrier, on your backpack, or in a dedicated pouch like the DSC Carrier. When you exhaust the shells on your shotgun, tear off the old one and slap on a new one.

The DSC Carrier takes this idea to a new level. it organizes and presents the shotgun cards in way that keeps them compact, out of the way, but easily accessible. The DSC Carrier represents the shotgun card concept taken to fuller potential.

The DSC Pouch has several important features that make it work. It really does more than just carry the shotgun cards. it actually organizes them in a way that allows the user to reload from the pouch much like they would with magazine pouches.

The clamshell opening design has 3 loop Velcro fields so it can hold 3 shotgun cards: 1 on the exterior and 2 inside. When it is closed, only 1 shotgun card (the one on the outside) is accessible. The pouch is closed with a zipper and has a large pull tab that is lightly secured via Velcro at the top of the pouch. Each shotgun card holds 6 shells so the entire pouch holds 18 shells in about the same amount of space as a double M4 magazine pouch.

SJ Hardware DSC Carrier MKIII Thickness

The user can deplete their shotgun’s shotgun card and tear it off. Then they reach for their DSC Carrier, tear off the exposed shotgun card, and install it in place of the depleted one. By placing one card on the exterior of the pouch, the DSC Pouch basically supports what amounts to a speed reload with a magazine fed firearm.

If the user then depletes that shotgun card, they can grab the pull tab at the top of the pouch and pull down. This tears the DSC Pouch open. The front of the pouch can hang completely clear of the back of the pouch allowing easy access to 2 additional shotgun cards.

SJ Hardware DSC Carrier MKIII Pull Tab

SJ Hardware DSC Carrier MKIII Open

I mounted 2 of them to a High Speed Gear AO Compact Chest Rig. I found that they worked best with a little space in between them and I used that space to mount a tourniquet with an OC Tactical CAT Trap. The result is a compact chest rig that can be used to keep a shotgun in the fight for a long time.

These pouches are well made and priced right at $60. They come with 3 shotgun cards which normally cost $12-20 a piece on their own. It even comes with the adhesive backed loop material you need to mount the DSCs on your shotgun! This is a concept that is well realized and well executed. I haven’t seen a better solution for carrying and organizing shotgun shells in a way that presents them for a “reload”.

These DSC Pouches are exactly what detachable shotgun cards have needed to realize their full potential.

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Shot Card - Shotgun

Available Colour Patterns


Available Configurations - Any Shotgun Gauge - 2 Shot // 3 Shot // 4 Shot // 5 Shot // 6 Shot // 7 Shot // 8 Shot

Sold Individually*

4x6 Vertical Utility Pouch Not Included*

Nothing But Quality!

Completely revamped with quality and longevity in mind - These shotgun shell "Shot Cards" are made using the same MIL-SPEC Cordura® that goes into all of our body armour systems, pouches, and K-9 equipment. Reinforced with a rigid polymer core combined with the industry-leading elastic backed with hook Velcro® will give you years of continuous, reliable use.


Stay Organized!

Giving you a couple different mounting options - these shot cards feature a large 550 paracord pull tab and are used best when attached to a loop Velcro® platform such as pouches, shotguns, and body armour.


Additional Features

The "configurable options dropdown menus" above allow you to choose your specific shotgun gauge and exactly how many "shells" you would like on one platform. Sold individually, choose between 2-8 available "shotgun shells" on a single card. 


Showroom Hours

Located in Edmonton, AB, Canada - our showroom is open 08:00 - 16:30 Monday to Friday. Saturdays we are open from 10:00 - 15:00. Stop by and have a free Black Rifle Coffee on us.


Lead Times

Due to the high demand for our products and strict in house manufacturing, we have limited stock available. We are a lean manufacturer utilizing "JIT" and "One Piece Flow" - most of our products are made to order. If your order is in stock, it will be packed and shipped within one business day. If manufacturing is required, lead times will apply. Click here to view our standard lead times. 

For Law Enforcement, Military, procurement and department orders, please contact us directly to work with one of our account managers to ensure your needs are met. 


We guarantee our products are free from defects in materials and quality for the life cycle of the product. We repair or replace products found defective at our sole discretion. Please retain your warranty card and original proof of purchase to redeem your warranty.

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