Peg-board mounted multi-magazine holders?

Peg-board mounted multi-magazine holders?

This is a discussion on Peg-board mounted multi-magazine holders? within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I hope this is the right sub-forum. My safe has a peg board built into the inside face of the door. It seems like the ...

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    Peg-board mounted multi-magazine holders?

    I hope this is the right sub-forum.

    My safe has a peg board built into the inside face of the door. It seems like the perfect place to store mags. Does anyone know of multi-magazine holders (like, 4-10 in a row) designed to hang on a peg board, or a quick easy way to rig up the same?

    I'm trying to avoid firing up my CAD program and 3d printer but if I have to I will. If that's the case and anyone's interested maybe I'll see about having them made in bulk. I can't be the only person who wants such a thing.
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    I don't have a need, but it sounds like it would be handy is you had a gunsmith station in your home. Peg board is super common in workshops.


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    The inside face of the door on my safe is taken up by handguns. Magazines are loaded, prioritized, sorted, and stacked on a middle shelf.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LimaCharlie View Post
    The inside face of the door on my safe is taken up by handguns. Magazines are loaded, prioritized, sorted, and stacked on a middle shelf.
    You use those hangers that go in the barrel?

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    Not peg board mounted, but maxmysafe has some magnetic and velcro gun an mag holders that seemed like they would work well. I can't attest to their quality, as I bought LED lights from them (that I HIGHLY recommend, btw) not storage accessories, as my safe has a door storage system already.


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    Get these. They go into Peg Board and are MAGNETIC.
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    How about a behind-the-door soft-sided shoe rack modified to fit your pegboard?


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    The shoe rack would possibly be better than nothing.

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    Take a look at Tuff Products mag pouches. You can retain the cover-flap both open or closed. Belt attachment should be simple to interface with pegboard. Then you've got grab & go capability with SIX mags.
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