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This is a discussion on Pocket sleeve for spare mag? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I've been making these for a while. They slip out pretty easy since the grain side is in to the mag. The rough out helps ...

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    I've been making these for a while. They slip out pretty easy since the grain side is in to the mag. The rough out helps create friction in the pocket too.

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    Uncle Mike's pocket holsters work great for holding 1-2 mags.
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    I carry my spare mag in my left rear pocket, along with my credentials wallet, so I’m needing something thin...

    Hmmm...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10thmtn View Post
    Does the mag draw cleanly from it?
    Yes it does. I have been using them for quite awhile.
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    I am a low tech keep it simple kind of guy. That being said when I pocket carry my LCP I carry a spare mag in a nylon Leatherman belt pouch. No one has ever noticed that it wasn't a Leatherman until a friend asked to use my Leatherman tool to tighten a screw. Hidden in plain view and keeps it cleaner than in a pocket!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotBrass45 View Post
    I use a Sneaky Pete Magazine Pocket Protector for my LCP mag. I think its what you are looking for

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    I ordered one in leather. If it’s tight, it should have some stretch to it.

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    I use a Sneaky Pete in leather. Unless it’s in a tight pocket, it stays on the mag when I draw it.
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    Desantis makes this one they call the Mag Packer. I don't own one but it is an interesting design and I am thinking about buying one of them

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    Buy a box of scrap leather on Ebay or Amazon, then you can make whatever you want in minutes.
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    Howdy!

    I’ve been using a SnagMag to carry and extra magazine for my Sig P365. Seems to work well I have no complaints other than the price.

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    Got the Sneaky Pete pocket mag protector yesterday. It was much too tight out of the box, but wrapping a mag in a few layers of paper and sticking it in there overnight seems to have stretched the leather out some. It is much better this morning. Going to let it stretch a bit more, then it should be good to go.
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    I made one for my Colt mustang about 6 years ago.Pocket sleeve for spare mag?-coltmustang.jpg
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