GUNS AND TACTICS WEBSITE REVIEW - EXTRACARRY™ CONCEALED MAG CARRIER July 07, 2016 10:11
According to JUDAH TORRES - firearms instructor and competitive shooter - "I can happily give the ExtraCarry™ mag carrier my stamp of approval. I’ve used the ExtraCarry™ with all kinds of clothing, left it in a hot car for several days, dropped it more than once, and shot a few local action shooting competitions using it in conjunction with my appendix holster."
Post: EXTRACARRY CONCEALED MAG CARRIER
Author: By JUDAH TORRES - firearms instructor and competitive shooter
Thank you Judah for taking the time to review the ExtraCarry™ Mag Pouch
The ExtraCarry™ Staff
ExtraCarry Mag Pouch included as "Gear We Love" by Concealed Carry Magazine June 03, 2016 05:32
Article: Concealed Carry Magazine - May/June 2016 Issue
Link: Gear We Love
Author: USCCA Editor June 2, 2016
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The ExtraCarry allows you to pocket a backup magazine while not only keeping it indexed in the same place every time but also protecting the magazine — and that exposed first round — from damage. They’re available for more than a dozen different sidearms at extracarry.com.
Black Man With A Gun - ExtraCarry Mag Pouch Product Review - Glock 17/22 June 02, 2016 08:28
Extra Carry [Product review]
Extra Carry mag holder is a nylon product (I thought it was soft Kydex, but I was wrong) made so that you can carry a single extra magazine anywhere you can clip it. it has a very ingenious clip that swivels and locks into place allowing you to use it without a belt. According my friends that make this thing it was intentional and the patent is pending.
The ExtraCarry Mag Pouch was mainly designed to fit into a pocket and look like a knife, but be secure to prevent the pouch from coming out along with the mag. It will work on any part of your pants or as you mentioned in a purse or any off-body carry solution like a back pack etc.
This is actually the best feature of this thing. That thing grips! You can wear it on your pajamas if you want.
The one I reviewed was for the Glock 17. I recommend you get one for the option. For uniformed officers it will work too you want to put that extra mag somewhere other than your Sam Browne belt.
The box-shaped mag pouch does print on polyester and blends if your trousers are a little tight. But it doesn’t look like a magazine either. It gives the appearance that you are carry a flashlight or folded blade.
And like my friend told me (quoted above) For those that carry bags, it might be a great option inside the purse, handbag or carry all as it will stay put.
This is a cool tool to have in your bag of tricks. If you are a serious concealed carry holder, or carry a firearm professionally, you need a couple of these for special occasions.
I want to thank ExtraCarry for allowing me to review their product.
I think I said this earlier, but I like it. I gave it to a friend to review after I tried it, and haven’t seen it since. I bet you have one of those friends too.
NRA - April Capped a Record-Setting Year for Gun Purchases - CCW - ExtraCarry Mag Pouch May 07, 2016 16:40
The FBI reports that every month for the past year has broken a record for firearm-related background checks in that month. That is, there were more checks in May 2015 than in any previous May, more in June 2015 than in any previous June, and so on from month to month, through April 2016.
Add the ExtraCarry Mag Pouch to your Every Day Carry (EDC) accessories. You never know when you will need a spare magazine and why worry about it. Try the ExtraCarry Concealed Mag Pouch Today.
Walther PPQ 9mm - ExtraCarry Mag Pouch - Debuts Today April 19, 2016 06:37
The newly released Walther PPQ ExtraCarryTM Mag Pouch, is the best way to carry your spare ammo concealed. It is lightweight and ambidextrous. Just slide it into any pocket and it looks unassuming just like any pocket knife with a pants clip. The ExtraCarryTM Mag Pouch securely locks into your pocket with its patent pending integrated clip. Your spare magazine is well hidden and rapidly available when you need it.
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