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    Looking for a new mag pouch

    Guys I'm looking at getting some new mag pouches, Ive been using Comp-Tac's for quite some time and want to try some new ones. I need them to be a clip on style. Any suggestions?
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    http://www.kytexgear.com/

    Do a search here. There have been some reviews and comments of these pouches.

    They are very reasonably priced too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAP View Post
    http://www.kytexgear.com/
    Do a search here. There have been some reviews and comments of these pouches.
    They are very reasonably priced too.
    I have comp tac (single and double), atomic dog (double), and kytex (single) mag pouches. The kytex pouch is very affordable and very discrete (i.e. it uses very little real estate on the belt) compared to the other two brands. The only bad thing about the kytex is that it hangs a bit lower than the comptac. I've met Brian face to face (he is a SO at some local matches) and he is a nice guy to deal with. If you go that route, you might see if he can do something custom for you.

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    Eating the Elephant...
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    Not to threadjack here, shoot me down if you like and I'll gladly move along...

    I'm also looking for something other than the Comp-Tac pouches I've been running. I'd prefer a clip on horizontal pouch (the Tek-Lok Comp-Tac is just too bulky for me) to replace the Galco HMP I'm using now. Anyone seen something like that? Or is it easier to reach out to Kytex and get a custom HMP rolled?

    /threadjack
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    One Man FUT
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    Corlissimo- you might check Dale Fricke holsters, he does horizontal but can't tell from his site how they attach.
    Prdator - another recommendation for Kytex.

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    Tactical Statistician
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    Another recommendation here for Kytex Shooting Gear. I use them almost exclusively for carry and have for several years. They do ride a scooch lower than other makers but I personally find that to be an sset. It means less rib poking and does't seem to compromise concealment.

    The Dale Fricke horizontal pouch clips on. It's easy to get on without unthreading your belt but a bitch to get off. It can be done but when I used to use one I always took my belt off and unthreaded it. That resulted in less cramping and cussing fighting with it.

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    Another fan of Kytex here. I use them and a JM single the most often.

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    Wizard's Sleeve
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    Interesting option here: http://www.ravenconcealment.com/acce...ft-loop-straps

    I wish I had thought of it...

    I would also suggest looking into ReadyTac.
    http://www.skdtac.com/Ready-Tactical...-p/rdt.103.htm
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    Tactical Statistician
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    Quote Originally Posted by orionz06 View Post
    I would also suggest looking into ReadyTac.
    http://www.skdtac.com/Ready-Tactical...-p/rdt.103.htm
    The Ready Tactical are very similar to the Kytex Shooting Gear pouches. I have used Ready AR pouches in the past and now own Kytex AR pouches and they are very similar. Kytex are less expensive and they offer EXCEPTIONAL service. That's not a knock against Ready, just saying why I personally choose Kytex.

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    Tactical Statistician
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    Quote Originally Posted by orionz06 View Post
    Interesting option here: http://www.ravenconcealment.com/acce...ft-loop-straps

    I wish I had thought of it... [/url]
    Frankly, I prefer the fixed soft loops you are using now over the Raven snap loop option. I personally hate snap loops. I find them hard as hell to work and there's always that outside chance they could come undone OR more likely case that I never had them snapped properly in the first place.

    Your current soft loop setup is very snug to the body and very secure. That's nothing to sneeze at.

 

 

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