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One Arm Bandit Harness by B-Cubed

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Alex asked if I was adding any pods that will fit his One Arm Bandit into inventory.

No, probably not (unless the old JT 60rd tubes fit?) but here is a neat product (not for sale) by the manufacturer of the One Armed Bandits, B Cubed.

B-Cubed was a company run by the three Bowles brothers who played on Team Viper out of Southern California.

B-Cubed made this pack as one of their last items and it was available with some of the later mold injected OAB loaders.

According to Rick the Prick (RTP), he hasn’t seen one in years.

Thanks to David Lim and RTP for the information!

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