tuckable mag holders

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    tuckable mag holders

    I currently own a Crossbreed Supertuck and love it. I'm looking for a mag holder of a similar style as the ST. Does anyone have a good idea? Or are IWB/tuckable holsters not a good idea for mags.
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    Crossbreed used to make some but i cant find them on his site. Did he quit?

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    I don't think Tuckables are a good idea for mags. very uncomfortable unless you get at least a dual holster. . . . I keep extra mags in a backpack, and keep the XD9sc in a supertuck. If I don't bring the backpack for whatever reason, I'm pretty confident that I'll get by with the 14 rounds in the XD.

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    I got one from CB for a PF-9 mag and it work's great. You may have to call them to find out if they are still in production.

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    Most find tuckable or IWB mag holders , don't ride comfortably.
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    I have a single-mag tuckable pouch from Tucker Gunleather, and it works very well. They also have a double-mag pouch.
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    I'll use a pocket knife sheath comfy & discrete ; )
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    Quote Originally Posted by hogdaddy View Post
    I'll use a pocket knife sheath comfy & discrete ; )
    In NC that would bring about an interesting discussion.

    Officer: Sir, are you aware that knives of that size and all concealed knives are illegal?

    Me: It ok it is a extra mag for my Glock and I have my CHP.

    Officer: Ok, never mind then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hogdaddy View Post
    I'll use a pocket knife sheath comfy & discrete ; )
    That's actually a pretty good idea... I'll have to look into that.
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    My extra mags are carried in velcro closing Gerber knife pouches that have the Gerber insignia on them...two pouches are smaller for 9mm mags, two are larger for .45 mags. They don't raise issues if seen. Bought them online, can't remember where, but if interested, I'll check my files...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hogdaddy View Post
    I'll use a pocket knife sheath comfy & discrete ; )
    Yup, I've got a nylon sheath for a muti-tool that works perfect.
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    If you want to try two single stack mags in a back pocket, the folks at abetterholster make a mag wallet:

    A Better Holster (scroll to the bottom)

    They also have a horizontal belt-mounted mag carrier for double stack mags.
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    My mags are just on my belt (OWB), I've tried IWB's but they dig in and are very uncomfortable...harder to get to, also...OMOYMV
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    There are some little cell phone holders that I got at Lowes that are perfect for extra ammo . They have elastic in the sides and Velcro tops. They can accommodate up to two double stack mags, or two speed loaders for a revolver.

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