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Thread: New: DAA Alpha XiP Competition Magazine Pouches

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    I ordered a set of these after nationals and just set them up. So far I really like them. The leaf spring system DAA uses has always worked well but I think these will not get loose and be harder to break the ball joint.

    I have used and broken the following:

    DAA racers Little disk part always gets loose and has a wobble

    DAA race masters Sheared ball joints off pouches

    Guga Ribas. crack ball joint where it attached to mount and would wobble

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    Anyone have any more updates on these? Iím looking to pick up some new pouches to try bullets out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCS View Post
    Anyone have any more updates on these? Iím looking to pick up some new pouches to try bullets out.
    They seem good but I havent really used them as its my off season. Probably only 20-30 minutes of dry fire and a couple locals. They have stayed tight and I havent broken one yet.
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    Iím going to pick up a set. Iíll update on my findings.
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    I also got some and so far I like them. Only used them for maybe 4-5hrs of dryfire and a match, but they don't seem prone to wiggling at the attachment point like the DAA Racers did. I didn't think the ball joint would make any difference for me but I kind of like being able to cant certain mags in or out as well. You can also adjust the height at which the mag rides inside the pouch by about an inch, which I like for production mags. When I used 17 round mags in my Racers I would sometimes smash the crap out of my hand because there wasn't much magazine exposed, but that shouldn't be an issue with these.

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    I hate anything that has ball-joint adjustments. They never last.

    I've tried a bunch of expensive and complicated mag carriers, and all I use now are the cheap plastic Ghost carriers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by foxj66 View Post
    They seem good but I havent really used them as its my off season. Probably only 20-30 minutes of dry fire and a couple locals. They have stayed tight and I havent broken one yet.
    Have you had any issues with the rear insert coming out when pulling out the mag?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCS View Post
    Have you had any issues with the rear insert coming out when pulling out the mag?
    I had one want to pop down on my last mag pouch, but havent had issues with the ones actually getting used.
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