Looking for a tough American made minimalist spare mag holder?
Well MagHolder might be the right one for you.
I got a chance to thoroughly test out a MagHolder Horizontal Magazine Pouch and this is how it performed.
If you carry a handgun often, especially an autoloader, you run into the problem of where to carry your spare loaded magazine. You should always carry at least one loaded spare mag along with your fully loaded pistol. Problem arises in warmer months when clothing is less concealing. What is a great option for carry a spare mag on your person? Well a light, minimalist horizontal mag carrier can blend right in with your body.
MagHolder, located in Cedar Hills, Utah, has the answer for your mag carrying needs. They are made in the good ole’ USA too with a lifetime warranty.
For this review I requested a MagHolder that will fit the Ruger LCP/LCP 2 pistol magazine. I picked the left side to rear – right side up front configuration to carry on my left side.
First thing I did when I received this MagHolder is test the overall fit and retention of a Ruger LCP magazine. The fit was perfect and retention was tight, but not too tight to allow a smooth draw. While I was at it I tried a Keltec P3AT mag. It fit perfectly also. I did try a Ruger LCP 2 magazine chambered in .22 long rifle. With a different overall shape that mag did not fit (which I expected would happen and this mag holder was not made for that).
The true test of any magazine carrier is actual use. Clipped to my belt I found the MagHolder held in place tight. It did not move on it’s own during carry and the loaded magazine contained stayed put snugly. The construction of tough polymer is quite impressive and very lightweight. I am very impressed with this product!
MagHolder carries a vast array of different mag sizes ready for purchase on their website. They are tough, American made and puts extra firepower easily on your belt ready at a moment’s notice. Be sure to check them out for your spare magazine carrying needs.
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