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    Dual Mag Pouch Recommendations

    I'm looking to get a dual owb mag pouch. Anyone have any recommedations, along with which ones to stay away from?
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    Stay away from UNCLE MIKES the velcro stops working after a couple of years.

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    Re: Dual Mag Pouch Recommendations

    Ive been using a Desantis dual mag pouch for years with no complaints.

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    If you want anything other than generalizations, it would help to know a) magazines for what, b) what type/size belt you wear, c) where on your bat-belt you are planning to locate the mag holders, and d) what other impedimenta you will be carrying on your bat-belt.

    For example, there are some excellent plastic/carbon fiber/kydex holders that take up most of a country mile and do not allow anything else between the two belt loops that border them. There is also a decent rationale for using two single mag carriers under certain circumstances.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    If you want anything other than generalizations, it would help to know a) magazines for what, b) what type/size belt you wear, c) where on your bat-belt you are planning to locate the mag holders, and d) what other impedimenta you will be carrying on your bat-belt.

    For example, there are some excellent plastic/carbon fiber/kydex holders that take up most of a country mile and do not allow anything else between the two belt loops that border them. There is also a decent rationale for using two single mag carriers under certain circumstances.

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    i use a fobus 6900. was a tad loose but a small piece of velcro tightened it right up, soft side that is..

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    I use a Don Hume holster and double mag pouch. They are made of leather and seem to work very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeper1 View Post
    Stay away from UNCLE MIKES the velcro stops working after a couple of years.
    Currently on my Glock 20 rig I'm using a Bass Pro velcro straps one size fits most dual magazine pouch. It's a bit bulky, but I like it. I do suspect the velcro will go out in time, but at that point it'll be another 20 bucks to replace (more with our stupid inflation problems?) Or I will install snaps on it and keep it. Not real worried about it either way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottE View Post
    I'm looking to get a dual owb mag pouch. Anyone have any recommedations, along with which ones to stay away from?
    Also depends on how much you wish to spend? I have been using this http://www.tuckergunleather.com/doub...agazine-pouch/ from tucker gun leather, for my Les Baer Thunder Ranch for several years. It has held up incredibly well, and still looks wonderful.

    I would call Rob and ask for his recommendation.

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    I have had great success with the Uncle Mikes Kydex paddle double mag carrier.

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    http://www.usamilitarymedals.com/arm...ch-p-4196.html

    That is what I used for awhile over here in the desert (only carry a single spare mag so I've moved to a single pouch system). While it isn't something I would use stateside if I was going to have my shirt tucked in, with an untucked shirt to cover it the thing works nicely and you would have a third compartment for a knife or flashlight. Personally I would secure one of the molle straps on one side of a beltloop and the second strap on the other side so that the thing couldn't slide around on my belt (the beltloop at the 4 o'clock position worked great for this as I'm a lefty). Only potential issue would be that I don't know if it would fit other size mags as I didn't test that out when I first got it and I have no way to test it now.

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    The two I use is a blackhawk single mag pouch which easily holds my 9mm double stack but also can hold a .40 S&W double stack, and I also use Sig Sauer mag holder just because I love Sigs, I like how you can a)adjust the tension and b) adjust how the mags are held as in vertical, horizontal, on a diagonal, or anything the only down side I have found with it is the size of the paddle for the belt otherwise no complaints on either

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    Comp-Tac twin magazine pouches, they are my favorite, yes they cost more than the bargain bin stuff, but you get what you pay for.
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