Numerous belts and devices for the safe and convenient carriage of cartridges have been invented. The Pooler-Jones belt has cartridge holders attached to it, suitable for either paper or brass shells. These holders can be easily attached to any hunting .vest, coat front, or belt. An ordinary vest will hold from 36 to 50, each holder weighing about one-third of an ounce. The belt can be perfectly adjusted by wearer to fit either a slim or large man, with waist measuring from thirty inches to forty-one inches. It can be worn over or under a coat, and it is impossible to lose the cartridges. The belt is intended to be worn or put on with the buckle behind. The cartridges are nearly all to the front and can be easily reached.
Farrow, Edward S. American Small Arms; a Veritable Encyclopedia of Knowledge for Sportsmen and Military Men. New York: Bradford, 1904. Print.
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