When you set a magazine high enough to grab it easily, it often wants to tip out, especially when carried up front to balance out your aiwb holster. This one solves that problem.
The latest incarnation of our inside the waistband magazine pouch, it is longer than most to give more stability. It comes with the option of a foam wedge on the bottom that tips the top into your body, reducing possible printing and eliminating any possibility of being poked.
It is adjustable for ride height and angle of cant. Need to tuck your shirts in? No problem! Choose the RCS clip, the strut and loop, or the Discreet Carry Concepts clip. The only option that doesn’t allow you to tuck your shirt behind it is the soft loop, when it’s directly affixed to the top of the mag’ carrier.
The Discreet Carry Concepts clip is metal. Thinner than the RCS clip, it is also much stronger. These are what I use on my personal holster and mag’ carrier, as they’re the only clip I know of that has passed the repeated test of being used in Shivwork’s ECQC.
Unlike the 1.2, this model is tuck-able. It is more concealable than the 1.2, but is IWB only.
The single stack will fit most single stack magazines, including the Shield, G43, and 1911 magazines. The double stack will fit all known 9/40/357 magazines, and the 1.5 stack is for those in the middle. The P365 is technically a double stack, but it’s quite small, and the G43X/G48 is a single, but it’s large. The 1.5 model is designed for those. If you have questions, please email first, or make a note on the order mentioning your pistol model.
It uses the latest holster technology to apply incremental levels of retention with the supplied allen wrench. You no longer need to buy a magazine carrier for every different model of pistol you own, as retention is not applied with a crush washer.
Note: some of the pictures show it with a strut and soft loop, or the metal DCC clip, which is an optional upgrade. It comes at the standard price with the RCS over hook, which is an injection molded plastic clip.
Lead time is 7-10 days. Lead time is an estimate, not a guarantee.