Re-loading a KSG

With the balance of the shotgun right over the pistol grip, reloading a KSG is different from a conventional pump gun but no harder. And it’s only necessary half as often.

BUIS: Magpul, red dot: Primary Arms M3.

I am open to recommendations on ways to conveniently carry 15 or more rounds of 12ga ammunition.

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11 Responses to Re-loading a KSG

  1. Rodger Young says:

    Thigh, belt, chest or sling?

  2. perspicuity says:

    looking forward to getting one of those sometime soon.

    apparently “one” sold on gunbroker for over $4000. well. maybe 🙂

    RMR-30 first :>

  3. Ross says:

    I sure hope he’s NOT reloading it with his finger on the trigger!

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  5. Kristopher says:

    SASS tends to use belly belts:,10.html

    This is worn above the regular belt. Since you are not feeding a Double, you probably want a full set of loops.

    If someone was to make a nylon web version of this, they need to block the bottoms so the shells stick out for grabbing.

  6. Sideburns says:

    You can carry 15 rounds in the gun quite conveniently…
    Sorry had a Bill Ruger moment there.

    If a current chest or belt rig works for you use it. I didn’t hear anyone complaining about 8 round shotguns and a carrying a single full reload, why do you need a full reload with 15 in the gun now? Just carry the 6 or 8 you do now, you’re still up 7 or 8 rounds on a traditional defensive shotgun.

  7. Jason says:

    Check out the Load-Two belt from chameleon fabrics. I first saw this in a Noveske 3-Gun DVD and spent forever trying to figure out where to get one.

  8. B says:

    I’d go with California Competition Works shell trays, they are the fastest way to reload a shotgun with your weak hand. There are 4 and 6 round versions, and also ones with covers. The work great, and are much faster than belts or chestrigs with individual loops.

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