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Old 09-02-2013, 02:52 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a highly concealable OWB mag pouch. Preferably a double mag pouch but i can deal with single if necessary. I want an easy on/off capability, not a belt slide type. The nature of my day has me outside my house for 10-12 hours a day in one stretch, so obviously I use public restrooms. This is why I want the easy on/off capability. I don't want to unthread my belt multiple times a day. I've looked at the fobus and safariland paddle pouches and like the idea. But I was hoping to get some first hand experiences? Anybody use these type of mag pouches? Or any other brands somebody recommends? Like I said, it has to be easy on/off, and be easily concealable under a loose t-shirt. This will be for a Glock 23 if that matters.
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Old 09-02-2013, 03:32 PM   #2
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I have magazine pouches and holsters with steel clips to hold them on my belt. They are very difficult to hook on a belt without threading them. People say they can just snatch a gun off someones belt that is held with a steel clip. I think there is an idiot born everyday. I go horseback & 4 wheeler riding with a nylon holster with a steel clip. Limbs hit it all the time. Mules will try to rub you off on a tree. I have never dropped a gun. The magazine pouch itself is not a hinderance in the bathroom. Maybe a cheapo magazine pouch with a plastic clip is the answer.
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I'm not sure what your point is? I have holsters with steel clips that I can easily pull off my belt without threading my belt through them. I'm just looking for recommendations. I was interested in a Fobus paddle holster but cant find one for my glock mags
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I favor the blade tech model, I have the double mag with the tek lock attachment .

http://shop.blade-tech.com/double-pouch-c-38_54_55.html#.UiSznPXD8uo
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I favor the blade tech model, I have the double mag with the tek lock attachment .

http://shop.blade-tech.com/double-pouch-c-38_54_55.html#.UiSznPXD8uo
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I favor the blade tech model, I have the double mag with the tek lock attachment .

http://shop.blade-tech.com/double-pouch-c-38_54_55.html#.UiSznPXD8uo
Is it pretty concealable? What is tek-lok?
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Is it pretty concealable? What is tek-lok?
I find it very concealable , tek lok is how it latches to your belt. Almost like an locking clip on however it easily removable. They also offer an j hook attachment but I prefer the tek lok for the double mag pouch. With this you wouldn't need to remove your belt to uninstall or reinstall your gear.
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I actually spent an hour chatting with a brownells support staff yesterday and after working it down I ordered a Blackhawks CQC mag holder. If I like it ill order a second one. For $17 it's worth a shot.
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I actually spent an hour chatting with a brownells support staff yesterday and after working it down I ordered a Blackhawks CQC mag holder. If I like it ill order a second one. For $17 it's worth a shot.
Ok cool. Hopefully it fits the bill
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