I have something like that called rescue tape and it just sticks to itself. Forgot I had it. Maybe I should have explained that the term jungle carry just refers to fastening two or more magazines together so that they can be carried with the weapon. Just thought it would be handy way to keep the spare magazine.This is really sort of off topic to this thread BUT, since some folks have posted about tape and sticky residue and also rubber bands etc.
This might be a good place to mention these rolls of pure Silicone rubber.
It is available in rolls of various widths and comes with a sheet of transparent plastic on one side.
You peel the plastic off and then use it just like tape....pulling it tight over itself.
It then fuses to itself becoming a waterproof band of solid Silicone rubber.
Removal is a breeze if you just slit it with a knife. It comes off with absolutely no sticky tape residue.
I have two extra, loaded 22 magazines completely sealed over and attached to the stock of my rimfire survival rifle.
Covered, sealed, completely waterproof and debris proof and with a quick knife slice they are readily available and always with the rifle.
And with Zero sticky tape residue. I also have a ferrocerium rod (fire steel) sealed to one Kydex knife sheath.
Just a general helpful hint that somebody may find useful. Amazing stuff.
I bought about 5 rolls of the stuff on eBay. It is available in multiple colors but, I just bought the black.
First off, with the exception of the spare mags I carry on my person, I have pretty well have eliminated the problem of accumulated dust. I quit pocket carry of mags recently and use a double pouch and for years I have stored my loaded non-carry spares in the surplus ammo boxes. On the rare occasion I need to "dust" the carry spares and the handgun itself, I use the garage compressor with the jet nozzle.Even around the house you would be amazed how much dust will accumulate in an open magazine. One good way to prevent this is to use a magazine cover on the one out of the gun. All you must do is flip the top off and slide it in. That said makes a good light weight rifle that much heavier and bulkier to use I personally don't like them jungle clipped.