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Magazine Storage Pouches

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by DannyR, Sep 27, 2011.

  1. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Several of you saw and inquired bout my magazine pouches at Conyers. They are made by California Competition Works and come in 4-mag, 6-mag and 8-mag pouches in various colors. I use the 6's. Here is the link.

    www.demooner.com

    They are found under center fire pistol. Can't quite post that link.
     
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    I use the same ones

    3 of them fit perfectly in the center compartment of a Glock 4 pistol range bag
     

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    rpgman SCGLOCK

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    Danny,
    I'm not finding that catagory 'center fire pistol'
    Greg

    ok, I found it.
    Greg
     
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    3 of the 6 mag fit in the Glock 4 pistol bag?

    what item number are they, becuase they don't have pics of all the colors, etc.
    Greg
     
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    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    ron59 Bustin Caps

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    MidwayUSA carries these also... I'm fairly certain the one I have is this same one. The 6-mag holder in Black.

    I got it primarily for Steel Challenge, so I could walk up to "the barrel" with my 5 mags without needing my whole bag or trying to juggle them in my hand. They work great.

    I don't use mine in GSSF... my bag has built in pouches and I need the bag for my guns anyway... but I can see how they'd be useful. If I add another gun (entry) to GSSF, I think I'd need at least one then.
     
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    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Thanks for posting the photos. I have two for each Glock, and each Glock gets it's own color.
     
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    I use the same brand, also in 6-mag version. I got mine from Brownell's.

    I am thinking of getting some 8's, since I shoot 2 divisions, then 2 more. I now carry 4 mags for each division (total of 8 mags) in these pouches... 6 in the pouch & 2 under the flap. That way I take one pouch & one bagged gun to the firing line each time. I reload between stages.
     
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    Yes and I still have enough room for 2 sets of Pro Mag 33 ears folded up on top of the mag holders
     
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    I use similar pouches. I have 2 each that hold 6 mags and another that holds 8. I shoot 2 divisions at GSSF matches so I can load them up before leaving home and be set for the day. I keep a small pouch with loose ammo in the bottom of my range bag in the event I need a re-shoot. I like being able to just grab one of these pouches and being able to walk up to the barrel and go. Well, this is because I shoot the same pistol in both divisions. I don't have to carry my whole range bag to the barrel.
     
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    Thanks for the tip Danny.
     
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    Seems like a 10 mag pouch would be perfect.
    3 for Glock M
    3 for 5 to Glock
    4 for Glock the Plates
     
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    Here's my scheme... The top of these photos is the downrange end.

    Start with a black storage box available from Wal-Mart for about $10 in Sporting Goods - or in orange in the fishing area.
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    Then use five, 6-rnd mag holders as described on this thread. This gives you 30 mags - enough for 3 divisions. These are all for 9mil (17 & 34) and for three potential divisions... AmCiv, Comp, XXX. My mag holder colors here are olive drab because my 17 and 34 are OD. (note mag/holder numbering at inside-rear of box) Up to two bagged guns will fit inside this box with the five mag holders.
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    Close-up of numbering system:
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    The first mag and the forth mag are loaded to 11 - these are the first mags in each '5' and 'M' stage. Each mag is also individually numbered - mostly for IDPA when I drop one in the sand I can remember the mag number to clean up when I return home.
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    As I shoot through mags, I re-insert the used mags back in the place from whence they came - BUT FLIPPED to indicate spent mags.
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    This is what the mag holder looks like after completing one Division/stage/gun - 3 used, 3 up, with mag number 4 loaded to 11 rounds.
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    I actually use this system for all my competitive disciplines, but it also lends itself to steel, in particular.

    Kitty
     
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    WOW this is over the top talk about anal

    I thought I was bad
     
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    I meant this in a kind way I want you to know

    PS
    I also flip my magazines so I know the empties
     
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