MAGAZINE POUCH, EDC X9, DOUBLE, AMBIDEXTROUS, 1.5" BELT, BLACK LEATHER WITH SHARK TRIM


MAGAZINE POUCH, EDC X9, DOUBLE, AMBIDEXTROUS, 1.5
Rated 4/5 based on 2 customer reviews
$104.9500
Item Number: DP9BSR15
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Detailed Description

 

Wilson Combat® magazine pouches are crafted with the same attention to detail and care we give our holsters.

These magazine pouches look sharp, yet they're built to be a highly functional part of your rig. Even though these pouches are ambidextrous, pouches should be worn on the shooter’s weak side, in a bullets forward position. We have found this position provides for a very efficient magazine change and conforms to the reload methods taught at the nation's top combat training facilities.  Top-grain cowhide with sharkskin accents, double stitched and with dual adjustment screws for fine adjustment of tension.

  • Crafted With The Same Attention To Detail And Care We Give Our Holsters
  • Fully sewn belt loops for the most rugged belt attachment
  • Double Stitched For Rigidity And Years Of Dependable Use
  • Ambidextrous design for left or right-handed shooters
  • Fits 1.5” belts

Fits The Following Magazines:

EDC X9 and similar magazines

 



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4
EDC 9X Magazine pouch
Nice pouch but belt loops are close together and small. Hard to get on the belt and can't separate them. thus it either goes in front of the belt loop at your hip or behind. I'd prefer it with loops at either end so it straddles the belt loop on the pant.
 
3
Very nice but belt loops are small
This is a very nice and well built mag holder. The problem for me is the belt loops are small. They will fit a 1.5" belt but the thickness is the problem. They are stitched on tight. I have a steel core gun belt and I can't fit it through the loops. I wedged the belt in there with the help of a screwdriver and and am going to let it sit for a few days and see if it stretches any. With a normal thin belt it would work fine.