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  1. #81
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    Quote Originally Posted by GNRPowdeR View Post
    I'm wondering about a demo for how these play well with center line blades, please?
    Working on it. I'm home alone for the weekend...

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    Stop it. Follow the link, send the man $37.20 (it's in your couch cushions) and stop bothering him so he can build and ship all our mag pouches
    Quote Originally Posted by dontshakepandas View Post
    I've already ordered one but would still like to know more about how it might work better with center line blades than other aiwb mag carrier designs.
    Not sure it will work better, just that is works as well as we could make it work. For many the handles on their knives can print and some are adding foam. With only a single soft loop in the way, and the other attachments being smaller, this allows the user to put the two items close and use the pouch to help tuck the knife handle.

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    Order placed!


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    Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by zart312 View Post
    Will this work with HK USP mags?


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    It should, it works with P30/VP9 and Sig mags, I don't see the USP's being too much larger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zart312 View Post
    Will this work with HK USP mags?


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    In the picture above thatís a P2000sk mag
    Iím carrying. Iíve used it with P229 and PX4CC mags too. No problems with any of the three mags in the carrier.


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  3. #83
    Thatís awesome. Thanks for the info. I went ahead and ordered one. If it doesnít work Iíll have it for my G19. So itís a win win in my book.


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    Iíd completely given up on carrying a spare mag IWB but this has opened the door once again. You have some awesome gray matter upstairs, Tom.
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  5. #85
    What's the difference between the metal/plastic magazine retention systems? I haven't carried a mag IWB before so I'm trying to decide whether to try this out with my P30 or Glock. The question about the USP mags is what intrigued me about that difference - USPC mags and USP45 mags are metal if memory serves correctly, but my USP9 mags are plastic.
    Last edited by einherjarvalk; 08-06-2018 at 12:45 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by einherjarvalk View Post
    What's the difference between the metal/plastic magazine retention systems? I haven't carried a mag IWB before so I'm trying to decide whether to try this out with my P30 or Glock. The question about the USP mags is what intrigued me about that difference - USPC mags and USP45 mags are metal if memory serves correctly, but my USP9 mags are plastic.
    They're both friction the difference is thickness. There's enough of a range for each to be too tight to too loose but the starting point for both doesn't afford that range to make just one pouch.
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    Thanks, I'll try one out for metal mags and if I like the way it works AIWB I'll look at getting one for plastic mags too.

    EDIT: screw it, I'll get one of both.
    Last edited by einherjarvalk; 08-06-2018 at 02:14 PM.

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    Scrapping for pennies to get the M&P Orion and the Koala

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