Review: TUFF Products’ Inline Magazine Pouches

by
posted on June 29, 2020
tuffproductsmagheader.jpg

Growing civil unrest along with the COVID-19 pandemic may have concealed-carry licensees contemplating potential changes to their gear—namely swapping that single- or double-magazine pouch for something that allows them to have more magazines close at hand. TUFF Products offers a solution with its Inline Magazine pouches. 

Designed by Ichiro Nagata, the Inline Pouch is constructed from double-layered, Cordura nylon and mil-spec webbing, it is available in two sizes for handguns. (They are also available for AR-10/15 and AK-pattern rifles.) Size 1 accepts single-stack magazines and size two accepts double-stacked variants. Choices include pouches that contain three, five, six, eight or 10 individual pockets oriented sideways in a row for each magazine. There’s also a removable flap that attaches via hook-and-loop fasteners. Along the back side there are adjustable loops (also with hook-and-loop fasteners) that attach securely to either a belt or MOLLE gear. This added benefit makes it easy transfer the pouch from one’s belt to either a daypack or a discreet pistol case when off-body carry is required. Available colors include black and coyote brown.

In addition to offering more variety than conventional pouches, thanks to its nylon construction Inline pouches aren’t susceptible to elements such as cold, heat and perspiration that can quickly ruin leather offerings—especially during these dog days of summer. Similarly, the nylon matter is won’t scratch the magazine unlike polymer pouches.   

Lastly, concerning the removable flap, while most associate such a closure with field carry and a means to safeguard contents from the elements, the flap also adds an element of welcome discretion to the gear in that the flap does a superb job of concealing the magazines. As such, when fully loaded and the flap in place, the its benign appearance doesn’t resemble a conventional magazine pouch.

And given these troubling times, who couldn’t use some anonymity with their armament/ammo ensemble? MSRP starts at $42 (5 Inline/Size 2) and more information can be found at tuffproducts.com.

Latest

camera
camera

How to Improve Home Defense with a Security Camera

Adding a security camera you can monitor from your smartphone can help create a layered defense system for your home and provide advanced notice of a potential threat.

Vista Outdoor Foundation Helps SSSF

Vista Outdoor Foundation (VOF) has awarded a multi-year grant to the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation (SSSF) to support its volunteer coach education initiative, specific to the shooting sports and youth development.

Why Ankle Holsters are a Great Option for Concealed Carry

While it may seem impractical at first, few rigs possess the utility of an ankle holster. 

First Look: Taurus GX4 TORO

Taurus recently introduced the next iteration of its popular GX4 micro-compact pistol, the Taurus GX4 TORO (Taurus Optic Ready Option). 

How Body Language Impacts Personal Defense

Sheriff Jim Wilson talks about how body language is a huge ingredient to personal defense. 

I Carry: Smith & Wesson 351PD Revolver in a DeSantis Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have a Smith & Wesson Model 351PD AirLite .22 Magnum revolver carried in a DeSantis Pocket Tuk holster along with an Allett Hybrid Card wallet.

Interests



Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.