CrossBreed Introduces New OWB Mag Carriers

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posted on February 28, 2012
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Carrying spare magazines is always a good idea and frankly, a life-saving decision at times. CrossBreed Holsters is pleased to provide yet another option for doing so. The company's new OWB Mag Carrier has been completely redesigned for better concealment and, most importantly, easier access to the mags.

With a cut-down backer, forward rake and more exposed magazine to grasp, reloads are swift and sure. Great retention ensures your mags stay put and a high ride keeps them concealed under a light cover garment. The OWB Mag Carrier is available for carry of one or two spare mags for all popular firearms.

MSRP starts at $36.25. The OWB Mag Carrier comes with CrossBreed's two-week try it free guarantee and a lifetime warranty.

To learn more about CrossBreed products, visit www.crossbreedholsters.com.

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