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Christopher II
April 23, 2002, 09:56 AM
I'm looking to buy a couple of mag carriers for training and competition as well as daily carry. I'll be using CZ-75 magazines in them, but a carrier for a Beretta 9mm magazine will work fine. Here are the requirements -

It's got to be a single pouch.
Kydex only.
I'd prefer a solid belt loop.
Concealable!

Any suggestions? So far, I have a Blade-Tech pouch that's pretty good, but pricey, and a Blade-Tech Tek-Loc that I hate.

Thanks,
Chris

Oracle
April 23, 2002, 01:58 PM
As I said in another thread, I like the Sidearmor mag holders. They are single-magazine holders, and can be adjusted to carry your magazine a variety of ways, depending on how you want to carry it. I think that they are pretty darn neat, and they work very well. Only problem - I don't know how they'd work for non-Glock or 1911 magazines, and I don't know if you'd want to just get one and play with it to see if it works. If you can find a store that stocks them, that might be an option.

Scott Evans
April 23, 2002, 03:38 PM
G-Code is ambidextrous, has multi position options, tension adjustable and comes with both a solid belt loop and a clip mount accessories. It’s a slim, functional design with more options then any other carrier I know of.

http://www.tacticalholsters.com/mags.htm

Christopher II
April 23, 2002, 04:51 PM
Mr. Evans -

Your mag carriers look pretty nice. I like.
Sooooo, when are you coming out with an IWB holster design (for a CZ-75 PCR, right-handed, please... :))

- Chris

OF
April 23, 2002, 05:33 PM
I have a couple of Scott's mag pouches and they're top notch.

- Gabe

Christopher II
April 25, 2002, 01:15 PM
I just sent out for two G-Code mag pouches. Looking forward to trying them out.

Thanks to all who replied.

- Chris

rolling rock
April 28, 2002, 01:12 PM
i'm fairly new to kydex, but found this guy in tucson, that will custom build anything! all you need is to know what you want...


kydex from heck (http://www.buybrownholsters.com/)