Velcro? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm...... You'd loose a few crawling through the brush. Also affect the flight path of the Nerf.
Options are to mount the adhesive the velcro hook on the shaft of the Nerf which is about 1/2" diameter and use the 2" wide Velcro so it would go completely around the Nerf and NOT affect flight. Getting it to stay stuck might be a problem.
Might want to use this for the bangoler loop and fasten the Nerfs to it with 1 or 2" Hook material sewn to it on one end. So you would just pull them off the strap and not have to attach velcro to the Nerf at all.
This might be useful. Two sewn to hold the Nerf and overlap say 3/4 inch. But the regular hook and loop might be cheaper and do the same job.
Here ya go!!!!! :
6" wide 1/4" foam with velcro loop on both sides for your bandoler strap.
Use the 2" Hook to secure the Nerf shaft to it.
Do ya suppose this is the answer to my how to make a belt feed for my autoloader? Just wind two strips of 2" hook and loop up on a pair of powered rollers and drop a Nerf into the breech? Photo cell in the breech stops the motors.
You need a tube to hold Nerfs that you can make into a bandoler?
An ultra light tube would be this.
Link at: http://www.pbnation.com/showthread.php?t=3353197
2" schedule 40 will work but would get heavy real quick.
MAYBE the schedule 20 Thinwall if you don't trim your fins. Just checked. The Nerfs would slide out. You would have to make Nerf Detent to hold them in place to save the weight between schedule 20 and 40. Let me know if you want to go that way. Can tell you how.
We were discussing a belt fed autoloader and how to construct tubes into a belt. Basically what you are looking for but without the small tolerances we have to deal with.
Option for you are.
Zip Ties around the outside with a small 1/4" O ring between each tube.
Tube netting and weave them together using a piece of wire with the ends folded over to hold it in place.
You could just drill a a pair of holes through one side and use a pop rivet gun to secure the tubes to some canvas, fabric, leather, etc. Use reinforcing washers on the backside of the canvas so they won't pull through so easily. The pop rivet would stick up quite a ways unless you fudged a bit and countersunk the inside some. Now if you used schedule 20 thinwall, that pop rivit sticking up 1/4" WOULD keep the Nerf from falling out and might be able to insert and remove that Nerf without damaging the bulb.
I carried my Nerfs in my BDU pockets. Two in each breast Pocket. Two in each top BDU side Pockets. Three in each BDU bottom Thigh Pocket. That is 10 Nerfs and I got 9 shots per air tank for the RPG. No need to carry more than you can shoot.
Also carried my Nerfs AND air tank for the RPG in a 8+1 backpack worn BACKWARDS on my body. Air tank and Nerfs on my front made decent welt protection too. That one carried 8 Nerfs plus a couple in my breast pocket of the BDU top. I tried holding the Nerfs in extra pods. Hard to get out in a hurry but you could TRY short pieces of 2" PVC so they would be easier to grab. Since the pod carriers were deep, I was also able to put TWO Nerfs per pouch if the bulbs faced away from each other.
All of those Worked but the Nerfs got scrunched and bent the fins in storage there affecting accuracy. Your bandoler might solve those problems and it would look VERY Rambo-ish.
Does that give you some ideas?