Well, of course they do. I just hadn't thought of that and what I should do when it does.
Bianchi makes speed strips. A company called Tuff does, too, and here they are in action:
I have only tried the Bianchi, and they hold the rounds pretty firmly, so I couldn't imagine they would come loose from the strip in my pocket. It just never occurred to me. But I should test that. Nothing wrong with carrying bullets and no gun in your pocket in Maryland, so guess what I will try? Yes I will go CCA. Conceal Carry Ammo. See if wear and tear in the pocket all day doesn't jar a round loose.
Also, the thing is made of rubber. EVENTUALLY that rubber will crack and I'll need to replace the strip. But testing that? That'll just have to pan out on its own over time, and I'll keep replacements available.
Future Firearms Ammunition Technology 004: Flechettes – Why Fire Bullets, When You Can Fire Darts? - [image: Flechette rounds, left to right: XM645 with glass polyester sabot, XM645 with compressed sabot, XM110 with GP sabot, 10gr SPIW flechette and sabo...
7 minutes ago