Versacarry Introduces Adjustable Leather Mag Holder

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posted on February 23, 2017
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Versacarry added several new concealed-carry-oriented products to its lineup in 2017, including the new adjustable Leather Mag Holder, designed to hold a single double-stack magazine.

The Versacarry magazine holder is designed to be ambidextrous and can be placed anywhere on the belt with its built-in belt loop. The holder also features an adjustable tension screw that allows users to increase or decrease retention on the magazine to suit their personal preferences.

The unit also features the company's trademarked FlexVent technology, evidenced by the symmetrical diagonal cuts along the stitched side of the mag holder. This technology works to provide extra dexterity to the leather in order to allow the material to better mold to the particular magazine used in the holder. The cuts also work to increase airflow through the magazine, allowing sweat and moisture to wick away more easily.

The Leather Mag Holder is available for both single-stack and double-stack magazines and comes in black leather or in distressed brown made from water buffalo hide. The suggested retail price for the double-stack Leather Mag Holder is $19.99, while the single-stack model retails for $12.99.

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