TAC Shield Double Universal Pistol MOLLE Pouch

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posted on August 21, 2014
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Whether on the target  range, at a training course or simply plinking at a private range, how do you keep track of your spare magazines? Sure, they start out all lined up, nice and neat, in your range bag, but after a few mag dumps in a drill or the frenzy of a timed competition, after retrieving them from the floor or ground they tend to get placed on any horizontal surface.

TAC Shield's Double Universal Pistol MOLLE Pouch can be attached to your range bag, backpack or simply carried on your belt. It adjusts to most single- and double-stacked pistol magazines (I find it hard to believe the 30+ round Glock super-extended magazines will fit, but I'd wager the 10-, 15- and 17- round variants will) and has quick-release hook-and-loop tabs keeping the mags in place and protected.

A pair of pouches will hold four magazines of just about any manufacture for just about any pistol, to hold up to (depending on capacity, of course) 80 rounds of fodder for serious range work. The pouch is constructed of sturdy 1000 denier nylon and comes with a lifetime guarantee. It is available in black and coyote tan.

MSRP: $29.99.

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