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I have a Fobus paddle double stack mag pouch but it's pretty clunky to wear. Can also be kind of a pain to get on and off. I recently ordered a Blackhawk clip on mag pouch but it doesn't seem low profile in the least bit. I stick out from the belt about a quarter in then it needs to. What would you recommend for a double stack clip on mag pouch that is as low profile as possible?

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I can't speak from personal experience, but i've been eyeing the Joab horizontal mag pounch by Dale Fricke for a while. There's a review on here about with pix and it looks great.
 

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Kytex and PJ Holster are both very low profile. They don't work as well with slick metal mags like standard M&P full size mags but I've had good luck with plastic covered mags like Glock and rougher metal mags like the M&P Shield.


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Kytex and PJ Holster are both very low profile. They don't work as well with slick metal mags like standard M&P full size mags but I've had good luck with plastic covered mags like Glock and rougher metal mags like the M&P Shield.


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Thanks for the suggestions! Kytex looks like it might just fit the bill!
 

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Kytex are about the lowest profile OWB mag pouches I have found. If you want double mag pouches just buy two singles.

The price is right and the product is very good. I use them for my Glocks.

 

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Big thank you to the posters who recommended Kytex. I've been looking for something lower profile and easier to EDC. I ordered one of the Kytex mag pouches and it's exactly what I was looking for (and it was very reasonably priced too). 6 day turn around time from order date to on my belt. Can't ask for much better than that!

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