Single Mag Pouch?

Single Mag Pouch?

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    Single Mag Pouch?

    I'm looking for a single mag pouch. I might be leaning towards the Raven type. It looks like they take up a lot of real estate on the belt but look very slim and concealable. Who else makes that style? What all are y'all using?
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    I bought a cheap black velcro single mag pouch at my LGS for like $10. It looks like it's a leatherman case or a knife, you can't tell it's a mag. I don't know exactly who made it though...

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    I have a Remora, that is iwb, takes up no real estate.... also have a couple of UBG... but they r a little bulkier, being leather, all depends on what ya want....
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    For single mag carry I use a Nite Ize flashlight holster that I found at Lowe's for $10. I did buy for my carry light but later realized that it works great for my 16 round mag.

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    I use the "pistol mag pouch" from RM Holster Works I carry two. They are small, close fitting, and do a great job holding the magazine. I found this set-up better and more flexible than a couple of double mag holders I tried (wider, more rigid / less flexible, and did not stick as close to my body). I'm a fan.

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    If I'm wearing an untucked cover garment, I carry a 17-round spare mag in a Comp-Tac single mag pouch. It doesn't take up much room on the belt, rides high and close to the body, and has an adjustable tension screw. If I can't wear a suitable cover garment, I keep a shorty 12-round spare mag in a Desantis Mag-Packer in my front pants pocket. Note: For me, this only works with cargo pants or slacks, not in jeans. I'm not a big guy (31" waist), so my pants pockets tend to be correspondingly small.

    Never tried the Raven type mag holders, but that big slab of pancaked kydex doesn't look too comfortable or flexible. Nevertheless, it'll probably ride nice and close.

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    Kytex Shooting Gear Mag Carriers are some of the best I have used. I also wanted a small footprint on the belt and minimalistic build. It's hard to beat his price.

    I use them for G17/19. They conceal very well under light cover. I wouldn't carry them if they didn't.

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