Spare Magazine Holster
I hadn't been carrying a spare mag. but reading this forum made me change my mind, so I ordered an inside the waistband (tuckable) mag. holster for both my Glock 23 and Kel-Tec PF-9. That turns out to be a lot of gear inside the waist band when combined with an IWB pistol holster. I'm going to have to buy a new wardrobe of bigger waistband pants. In the meantime, I carry a mag outside the belt in a nylon cell phone holster with a closed top flap so nobody sees the actual magazine. If anybody inquires about two phones on the belt, I'll just tell them I've been assigned to a tactical response team at the office, am on call 24/7 and that is the company phone.
The cell phone holster is going to wear out and future cell phone holders may not hold a magazine, as phones keep getting smaller and smaller. I've done some looking for purpose built mag hoslters of similar construction. The only ones I found with a top flap are shiny black leather police gear. That's not really the look I'm after. Can anyone suggest a product?
I carry one in a leatherman nylon case just like that. It's pretty tuff!!
Ditto on the Leatherman
CORE or the SUPERTOOL (aka SUPERTOOL 200)
They come in two types, one with a belt loop, the other with a clipon. I use them to carry the compact-size double-stack mags.
In ballistic nylon either one is $5.00 each, with a $5.00 s/h. I got 5 (3 belt loop, 2 clipon) for $30.00.
Leatherman Tool Group Inc.
Maxpedition nylon sheaths seem to work pretty well, the material is plenty tough and should hold up.
I carry two Revolver reloads in a Digital Camera Case made by Lowe. It's not much bigger than a cell phone case, and doesn't look "Gunny". Check them out, they may have something that will work for you.
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