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REVIEW: Joab horizontal Magazine Pouch by Dale Fricke

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    Interesting, thanks for posting.
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    I've been carrying a spare G22 mag with a +2 extension in a Fricke horizontal carrier since July. It is quick to recharge my G23 from and carries discrete and comfortably.

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    Another Fricke horizontal fan here. I've been using them for my extra mags for a while now and I am really happy with them.

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    Thanks for the review and pictures - looks good.

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    How are you all carrying your mags horizontally...bullets up or down??
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    Re: REVIEW: Joab horizontal Magazine Pouch by Dale Fricke

    I personally carry rounds up, as it takes less hand movement to index the mag for insertion than it does with rounds pointing down. Try it out for yourself, hold a magazine horizontally at your belt buckle and see which feels better.
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    I guess I'm a little leery of horizontal carry. I can just imagine reaching for another mag and it has dropped on the street somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lchamp View Post
    I guess I'm a little leery of horizontal carry. I can just imagine reaching for another mag and it has dropped on the street somewhere.
    Not going to happen with the Fricke. I've worn mine through a few intense training classes and it's always been there.

    FWIW, I find bullets down easier and quicker.

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    I just ordered on for my M&P. It will be used for my full size and compact M&P 9mm. I ordered mine bullets up as I always "index" (use my index finger to verify rounds and guide to the mag well) the magazine.
    Looking forward to trying it out, looks like a good product, time will tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super J View Post
    How are you all carrying your mags horizontally...bullets up or down??
    Bullets up in my case.

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    I carry mine bullets down - just to the left of my belt buckle.

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    Dale Fricke does really nice functional work. That guy can bend some doggone KYDEX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aus71383 View Post
    I carry mine bullets down - just to the left of my belt buckle.
    If I were going to carry left-of-buckle, I'd carry bullets down. When I eventually get around to ordering mine, I'll be carrying at 9 o'clock, and I'll be carrying bullets up.

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    I carry my XD9 mag in a Joab (albeit bullets down) and it is by far the most comfortable, intuitive and speedy reload I have ever used. Seeing as I am a...heftier ;) guy I like the comfort of the holder running horizontal versus poking me in the ribs when I sit. Also, when I have the gun in my work space while reloading it is very fast to pull that spare and slap it into the grip.

    All in all, I cannot say enough good about the Joab, and I highly recommend everyone try one.
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    Dale Fricke is a class act. He also stands behind his products 100%.

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