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    Mutliple mag pouches

    For folks who shoot matches where you want to carry more than two mags (Glock for me), what's a good pouch for that? Or do you just had a couple of twins. I would think four would be a good number for what I'm thinking of.

    Anybody like this? https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1020597941
    Last edited by Glenn E. Meyer; 01-15-2020 at 02:01 PM.

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    I use 3 bladetech double pouches, but most often guys use either Ghost or DAA. Just check and verify they fit glock mags sometimes the universals are universal EXCEPT for polymer bodies.

    https://benstoegerproshop.com/belts-...azine-pouches/

    have you check out Raven's copia system? it appears similar to what you post in your edit.
    never mind, did not work how I thought they did.
    Last edited by Artemas2; 01-15-2020 at 02:06 PM.

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    I use JMCK carriers, just more of them when shooting USPSA prod versus idpa, obviously.
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    I use the Esstac KYWIs: https://www.esstac.com/product-page/...gap-kwyi-pouch; they have a quad stack, too, and you might be able to get Stu to put in the gaps if you want them.

    I'm in open, so I don't need that many mags. I'm also not too concerned with gear optimization, so yeah.
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    I like just clipping a couple of these on. Cheap and handy. Their AR mag carrier is nice as well.

    https://www.kytexgear.com/products-p...-mag-carriers/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn E. Meyer View Post
    For folks who shoot matches where you want to carry more than two mags (Glock for me), what's a good pouch for that? Or do you just had a couple of twins. I would think four would be a good number for what I'm thinking of.

    Anybody like this? https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1020597941
    What kind of matches are you shooting?

    What division are you shooting in?

    Anything else we should know? (Are you AIWB Limited Minor?)

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    I meant to add that for me double carriers always seem to end up with one side not in adjustment how I want it. I found that in horsehide and kydex from good makers and felt it was a lesson learned. YMMV
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    I really like READY TACTICAL singles - I have some for Glock, Para-STI-G20/21, single stack 1911, and classic double stack Beretta, Sig, CZ, M&P, etc. I use them for competition and carry.

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    I have to observe my first IPSC matches in Erie County, NY to see how they are run. As you may know, NYS limits mags to 10 rounds. I can't touch a handgun for a long time, so I'm going to try to shoot my Ruger PC 9mm carbine. I will have to wait until April as the indoor matches near me don't allow carbines - range rules. So I don't really know the round count on a stage or what. I will know next week or so.

    I used to shoot IDPA with a 1911 or Glock 17 (or another Glock 9), so a two mag pouch worked well. I could add another two but was thinking of an more integrated setup.

    Thanks for the suggestions.

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    I have been using Ghost pouches for years, and still like them better than “fancy“ ones costing 3x as much.
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