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Old November 20, 2011, 08:23 PM   #1
Northslope Nimrod
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Magazine Pouch Recommendations please.

Looking for three recommendations:

1) Vertical Double Magazine pouch for range work. (For Glock 26 & 17)

2) Horizontal Single Magazine Pouch for Concealment. (Glock 26 & 17)

3) Horizontal Single Mag Pouch for Concealment (1911)
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Old November 20, 2011, 09:15 PM   #2
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Mag Pouch

I use a Fobus paddle mag carrier for range work. easy to get on and off and it works when I'm just wearing sweat pants.

I don't care too much for their holsters but for the mags they seem to be fine.
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Old November 21, 2011, 01:00 AM   #3
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New styles, choices, types...

I'd look into the new format mag holders from Safariland, Bianchi-Intl, Michaels of OR.
These new 2/3 type holders are the slim version and hold the loaded pistol mags out instead of flat. They take up less space but stick out more.
As for types(kydex, metal, nylon, synthetic, leather), I'd look into;
5.11 Tactical, Blackhawk, Tuff Products, Safariland, Blade-tech, Alessi, DeSantis.
Some mag holders can be toted up or sideways too. Other models can be converted from a 1" to a 2.25" type belt. That's a handy feature too.

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