Comp-Tac Twin Magazine Pouch 1.5" Belt Clip Kydex Black

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Comp-Tac Twin Magazine Pouch 1.5" Belt Clip Kydex Black
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Product is Mixed Availability
Made in USA
Color: Black
Attachment Style: Belt Clip

Product Overview

The Comp-Tac Twin Magazine Belt pouch is an outside the waistband holder that carries two magazines attached together. Designed to be worn at 9:00 for a right handed shooter this is an excellent way to carry more ammunition for competition or general use.

 

The Comp-Tac Twin Magazine Belt Pouch provides a rigid material that is custom fit to each magazine and maintains its shape even with the magazine removed. The smooth low friction surface allows for a fast magazine removal and easy one-handed insertion of the magazine. The Kydex body will not bend or stretch over time and is impervious to sweat and solvents. Each magazine pouch is tension adjustable allowing for a perfect fit for each magazine.

 

The Belt pouch attaches to the belt with two Kydex belt clips that slide down over the belt or can have the belt fed through for easy wearing. With space between the clips the user can weave in a pants loop which will keep the magazines from sliding forward or back.

 

The magazines on the twin pouch are spaced perfectly to allow easy access of each magazine for a quick and fast reload.

 

The Twin Magazine Belt Pouch is IDPA, USPSA and IPSC legal.

Made In United States of America

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