Tuckable mag pouch??

Tuckable mag pouch??

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    Tuckable mag pouch??

    Does anyone make a tuckable mag pouch? Also, I wonder, since they seem to be so rare, is there some reason not to use them? I think I'vs seen one somewhere, but I can't find any now.
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    galco makes one to go along with their tuckable holster. it is well made. i don't have one, but i have their tuckable holster.
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    tuckergunleather.com
    Makes a single & a double.
    Some really malign tuckable holsters & therefore mag pouches too.
    For those that must tuck a shirt & are out of place w/ a coat or jacket all day there is not a lot of other choices.
    Tuckables may not be the #1 choice but they definately have their place.
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    I bought a Galco "Deep Undercover" which translates into deep into you sides when worn. Damn uncomfortable for my big rear end.

    Of course thats because I have a IWB MS VMII, that takes up some real estate. I carry my spares in a Blade-Tech combo light/mag holder.

    Maybe the skinny guys can chime in-to me IWB mag pouch
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    I made a convertible tuckable IWB to OWB mag carrier. It works well but it is definitely not the most comfortable when worn with an IWB holster. Not unbearable but it sure lets you know that it's there. I have since acquired a holster Tee from 5.11 and use that for the few times that I need to wear a shirt and tie. Next on my list is UCC's holster shirt as extolled by fed_wif_a_sig. Both of these have room for extra mags.
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    If I'm not mistaken, I believe Crossbreed makes one.
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    Crossbreed does make one, and I have one for my XD-45.

    It works great, but you have to plan for all of the extra width. It can make things pretty tight. So I only use it every so often.
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    +1 to Shadeangel's perspective, just too much junk IWB. I only select IWB magazine if I'm carrying the HG somewhere else, which generally isn't very functional.

    Here is a novel design www.desantisholster.com/n91.html , the're probably others too, (tried it at the store, good concept, below average execution) with a magazine slot forward of the HG slot; I'm going to be asking Mark at Crossbreed if it is practical to develop for this a version of his excellent tuckable Super Tuck holster, .www.crossbreedholsters.com/beltslide.html.
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    I think a lot of different outfits make IWB mag pouches, some of which are tuckable, most of which I have already seen mentioned in previous posts. While IWB mag pouches certainly have there place in a person's arsenal of tools for concealed carry, my personal experience, is that I've never found carrying magazines inside the waistband to be very comfortable. If I'm to be completely honest, some of the experiences have been downright excruciating.

    While I would never be one of those people to shout out to everyone that tuckable mag pouches are evil and blah, blah, blah... still, they just don't work for me and my slightly plump midsection.

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    Just last night I was experimenting with a folding knife case for my extra magazine for my PF-9. Perfect fit and when looking at it you couldn't tell it was a magazine instead of a knife at all!!

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    While not specifically looking for a tuckable mag holster, I also have been looking for something low profile and preferably, IWB.

    I ordered a set from Crossbreed, but in the mean time, I threw together a simple Kydex holster thanks to Luvmy40's Kydex instruction post.

    While this one isn't specifically meant to tuck, you could probably build your own tuckable without too much work.

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    Curious...

    Quote Originally Posted by bzdog View Post
    While not specifically looking for a tuckable mag holster, I also have been looking for something low profile and preferably, IWB.

    I ordered a set from Crossbreed, but in the mean time, I threw together a simple Kydex holster thanks to Luvmy40's Kydex instruction post.

    While this one isn't specifically meant to tuck, you could probably build your own tuckable without too much work.

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    Not bad, but...
    What keeps it from coming out with the mag if you were in a 'hurry'?
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    Ankle Rig?

    Although this is highly situational/seasonal, might want to try an ankle magazine rig.

    http://www.desantisholster.com/n81.html

    Again, only probable when wearing pants, but I like the idea of making yourself take a knee to reload. Bring that profile down a little to make yourself a smaller target. Just a thought. =D



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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Not bad, but...
    What keeps it from coming out with the mag if you were in a 'hurry'?
    The "clip" part curves around the belt, gripping it. You could make the curve around the belt larger if you wished as well.

    Also, since the only retention is at the very bottom (and whatever compression of the belt/clothing) added to the slippery part of the Kydex being towards the mag, it doesn't grip overly hard.

    That said, I'm just playing around and haven't used it that much.

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    DeSantis makes a pocket mag holder. Mag-packerô M38 - About $20

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