I saw something somewhere about using MOLLE grenade pouches to carry shotshells. I have an old Iraq War FLC with a few on it so I gave it a go. I found I could fit up to twelve 12ga shotshells in one of the older style pouches but the snap closure is a real PITA to snap shut on a bunch of loose shotshells. Plus these pouches were already tied up on my FLC. I managed to get a bunch of the newer London Bridge Trading pouches for cheap on Ebay and found that the modern plastic snap buckle works a lot better. Some quick work with an ALICE pistol belt and I had a neat little rig finished. The LBT pouches are a bit smaller than the MOLLE II pouches, they only hold 8 shells. However they have the ability to tighten down over the shells and hold them tight so none escape out the sides of the pouch. I have 6 pouches for a total of 48 shells. I still need to round it out with my knife and maybe a canteen or two but for now it's functional. I'll get some more action pics once I have it finished. It weighs about as much as you'd expect 48 rounds of birdshot to weigh but the stiff ALICE belt supports it well. The way I have it set up most of the weight is offset to the left but it's not really noticeable. Let me know what y'all think.