I posted this before, but make them:
So I like to store my reloads and new ammo for .223 sort of how the military does it (on stripper clips, in cardboards, inside bandoliers, & stored in a ammo can). Now I don't know how to sew but my mom is very good at it, she has spent more $$$ on sewing machines than I have on guns. Anyway she took the measurements from a military 4 pocket bandolier and replicated it with out the strap. So below is a list of materials of what i use for ammo storage and some pictures.
List of materials and where I got them:
from various sources: light weight fabric different patterns
from various sources: 50 Cal ammo cans
oldsargesdropzone I bought: M16/AR15 4 Pocket Cardboards- NEW- 350 Ct. = 10500 rounds
oldsargesdropzone I bought: USGI M16/AR15 .223 Stripper Clips- NEW - 1,000 Ct.
Walmart: Tacky Glue: found in the craft section, this is to glue the pocket carboards
Walmart: cone shapped (more trapezoid shape) coffee filters
Hobby Lobby: 5 lb bag of desiccant aka (Dri Splendor Silica Gel) use the many 40% off coupons out there and the final price will be ~$7.00
I don't normally pack GI spoons I have some but I prefer the Thermold/Canadian Stripper Clip guides (IHMO are the best!!!), I try to always keep one in the range bag etc...
I pack them in there like this: http://www.ar15.com/content/page.html?id=299
So in the pictures I took show 4-5 different fabric patterns of home made bandoliers and a couple of the home made desiccant packs.