|Rosie, the Corgi, |
is my copilot
I have a Kusiak ExtraMag IWB holster for my Kahr where the extra mag is part of the holster itself.
If you like religion, laws or sausage, then you shouldn't watch them being made.
|A day late, and |
a dollar short
In a mag holder on my belt, offside of my pistol.
NRA Life Member, GOA, MGO Annual Member
I second this one! Carry one for my 229 mag.
|On the DL|
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Snagmag for P226 Mk25
|Let's be careful |
I use a double mag pouch, galco, safariland, or bianchi on my off side. I like a double because the weight helps compensate for the weight of the gun. .
Rear left pocket most of the time. The jeans I wear also have a small pocket at the top of the right front pocket which is just perfect for a P938 magazine but it made accessing the pistol (pocket holster) a bit too tight.
"Don't Tread On Me"
I also use a snagmag.
The philosophy of protectionism is a philosophy of war. - Ludwig von Mises
I have both a single (S-4C) and double mag pouch (D-4C) from Milt Sparks, and they are both beautiful leather products and extremely secure and stable, being fitted to my belt width. I always carry at least the single, but for long trips or questionable parts of town, I swap it for the double. The rounded edges of both pouches blend in nicely without printing. They are expensive and a long wait, but they are well worth it (just like my VersaMax 2).
"We are being slaughtered."
- Unidentified Insurgent, Operation Restoring Rights, Tall Afar, Iraq, September 2005
|Each post crafted from |
rich Corinthian leather
Fan of the VM-2 here, also and new arrival to the S-4C fan club, courtesy one offered for sale recently in our own Classifieds section. The absolute best vertical magazine pouch I've tried so far. I may well order a second one from Sparks.
I do carry a second spare 1911 mag in a TT Gunleather pocket magazine pouch as well.
"The sea was angry that day, my friends - like an old man trying to send back soup in a deli." - George Costanza
+1 for Kytex. I have several of their mag holders for various guns; Glock, M&P and 1911, and all work great. Plus, great customer service.
Comp-Tac single mag holder with Ted Lok or Bravo Concealment single mag carrier. Either holder has worked out well for me in EDC or classes.
Generic nylon tool/knife belt pouch w/ Velcro flap from Academy. Doesn't draw any notice sitting next to my flashlight pouch.
Overheard at an actual match:
"Tapers! Come on, guys, we need tapers!"
"No, my name's Gonzales."
front left pocket
|Jazz Hands Ninja|
I have had great luck with these
NRA Certified instructor:
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Personal Protection In The Home
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I ordered and then returned the new Alien Gear Cloak mag carrier recently. I wore it once in a couple of configurations, but ultimately it wasn't for me. It's appears to be well built and AGH sends three different attachments to allow you to carry it IWB, OWB or clipped inside a pocket. It even has an allen key which clips inside the mag carrier to a allow you to adjust the tension of the holster should the need arise away from home.
The major drawback of the Alien Gear design was the thickness of it. For a single mag carrier, it's a lot of plastic. While Alien Gear makes some great stuff, this design needs some refinement IMO.
I carry my EDC pistol in an AIWB rig from JM Custom, and spare mag goes in front, opposite the pistol. I played around with carrying the mag IWB as well, but found it weird feeling and not much more concealed anyway, so I just carry it OWB at about 1030-11 on the clock face. Pistol is about 1 o'clock.
"An idea that is not dangerous is unworthy of being called an idea at all." - Oscar Wilde
"A nation can survive fools, even ambitious ones. But it cannot survive treason from within. . . ." - Cicero
|Res ipsa loquitur|
Does the reverse cant help alleviate the magazine digging into the side?
|My hypocrisy goes only so far|
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