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Can anyone recommend a way to carry a spare mag?
 
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I like snap-detachable leather magazine pouches like the S4C snap-loop made by Milt Sparks Leather (for small pouches taking as little room on the belt as possible) and TT Gunleather's Snap-detachable pancake style pouch (for larger/heavier magazines).



https://www.miltsparks.com/products-s4c.php



https://www.ttgunleather.com/shop-magazine-holders


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Count me in as a fan of the Sparks S4C as shown above.

Another option for you to consider, OP, might be a horizontal magazine carrier like the ones offered by Magholder. Under SIGs, they list the 938 as an available option.

I sometimes use one of their carriers with either 1911 or Glock magazines - they work well for me.


https://magholder.com/products...riant=36796695838883



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Originally posted by TheFrontRange:
Count me in as a fan of the Sparks S4C as shown above.

Another option for you to consider, OP, might be a horizontal magazine carrier like the ones offered by Magholder. Under SIGs, they list the 938 as an available option.

I sometimes use one of their carriers with either 1911 or Glock magazines - they work well for me.


https://magholder.com/products...riant=36796695838883


I'd have to agree with TheFrontRange! The horizontal method is the best to keep it out of your way, but still easily accessible and the most concealed mag pouch on the market.


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In the military I had a 32" waist and getting a large number of items on a pistol belt and suspenders ran into a lack of real estate. Things got crowded quick. I looked at the construction of some pouches and found the Army had done a pretty good job of minimalizing it, but there were improvments that could be made.

One was to eliminate welted seams on the outside of the pouch, which measure 1/2" at least, making a simple item like a single mag pouch another inch wider. Knife sheaths were even worse. The Glock Bayonet as a field knife with molded sheath was a cheap and better answer. Pouches constructed with back seaming and no welts were, too.

As the 80's progressed, we also got a lot of knife pouches, multipliers and hand lights, which brought the welted sheaths onto jeans wear and it all got worse again. The Bat Belt became too much. And that got a knifemaker in California into the spotlight when he attached a pocket clip to a folding knife and advocating carrying it clipped at the top of the pocket. No more sheath needed.

Fast forward to now, I wear nothing on a belt, not even the firearm. The mag pouch currently used is a Snagmag in the back left pocket, front left is a clipped Streamlight USB, front right is a clipped automatic knife. And the standard is no welted pouches ever. Molded or kydex, no wings. YMMV.
 
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