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thinnest Mag Pouch...

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by TRDFurgesson, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. TRDFurgesson

    TRDFurgesson

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    I have a fobus and only use it for IDPA. Its way too thick for EDC. I would like a thin pouch for EDC even if it just a single. Does anyone make an pocket pouch??

    Thanks,
    Bobby
     
  2. AquaHull

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    Yes one is made. I use a suede eyeglass case sewed to fit the mag
     


  3. 4Rules

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  4. SJ 40

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  5. cowboy1964

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    Safariland 123 is very concealable because it's horizontal. More importantly to me, it's comfortable (ie. no poking me in the side like a vertical).
     
  6. cciman

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    ****** sells a mag clip, made of sheetmetal bent to clip the mag to the belt.

    Thinnest, simplest, either direction.

    Thinner than kydex, and clip is smaller but sturdier too.

    Back pocket works too with no device.
     
  7. tango44

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  8. MinnesnowtaWild

    MinnesnowtaWild

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    ^ This! The Glock brand mag pouch is by far the thinnest and the cheapest pouch on the market. No thicker really than the magazine itself.
     
  9. matteblack

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    This again.The only knock I would say is that it covers too much of the magazine, or in other words its too deep. It works fine for G17 size mags, but IMO its a little too deep for the G19 mags. It still works and its very thin and hugs the body tightly.
    MB
     
  10. Clutch Cargo

    Clutch Cargo Amsterdam Haze

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    Alex Nossar makes the thinnest most durable leather goods you can't buy.
     
  11. I use it for both the 23 and 27 with no problem, good retension also.
     
  12. ghr1142

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    Bobby, If you run into a snag ! I can make you one but not till we talk about your detailed need's..
    Thank's,
    geo1142
     
  13. matteblack

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    I agree it works, personally I just like more magazine body exposed. I would not use it at all for subcompact magazines. Fine for 19, better for 17 IMO.
     
  14. DFin

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  15. unit1069

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    Yes, and my Remora magazine pouch doubles as a pouch for my 16" steel telescoping police baton when I walk at night during cold weather. (Worn securely at the navel under a zipper fleece jacket or winter coat)
     
  16. 6omega7

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    Buy a cheap cell phone carrier at $ General or Wally world for your spare mag carrier.
     
  17. happyguy

    happyguy Man, I'm Pretty

    Comp-tac mag pouches are slim and ride tight.


    Regards,
    Happyguy :)
     
  18. fortheboys

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