I make speed loaders out of rolled pages from a hemmings motor news. I use a glue stick and a dowel rod to form a tube from the paper. Then pinch one end off with a few folds and glue shut. I measure powder, and pour it in. Then I pinch off the tube above the powder with a couple more folds and glue shut. Now I measure shot, pour and repeat the process as with the powder. When done I have a premeasured load and powder in one container. When loading, just tear open, dump powder, tear some of the paper, and ram it home over the powder, then dump shot and tear another piece of paper and ram it home over the shot, to hold the whole thing in place. It works, and the paper does not catch fire when you shoot. Plus you don't get donut patterns like you can with the fiber and card wads.
I didn't want to have to fumble with measuring powder, then measuring shot, then going into a possibles bag for wads, etc. With the loads I make, I have it all right in my hand. Takes only a short time to pre construct the tubes, etc. I then take however many I think I'll need in a plastic sandwhich ziplock bag. For turkey hunting, I only take 5 loads. For pheasant, about a dozen.
Last edited by Blue Bird; 05-02-2017 at 07:15 PM.