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Double Angled Magazine Pouch – What’s That?

Posted by Rob Longenecker on October 14th, 2006

Sometimes customers say it best:

Rob,
I got my Tucker double angled mag pouch last week for the Glock 17 mags and wanted to let you know how much I like it. (Jim’s review on his own blog here.)

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It’s always hard to tell exact proportions on a website picture, but
this pouch is perfect in every way I can think of.

The slant is not as severe as I was afraid it might be and is just
enough to make the draw-stroke smooth and natural. I find my wrist
breaking on straight up pouches and even feel it after a long day of
drills. Not so with Tucker’s slight cant design.

The use of rough side out against the belt is also a great idea. The
pouch does not mover period! It’s also compact enough to to fit
perfectly between two loops on my jeans.

I like the tension devices also as I tend to like them tighter than
most leather pouches will hold them, not an issue with these devices
on the pouch.

Last but not least, the design hold the mag in tight against the body
for the best concealment possible.

One more thing. I found them easier to draw from while crouched
behind cover than straight up or angled forward mag pouches I’ve use
in the past, which is the selling point of angled forward pouch
design. Tucker’s angled back worked better for me in all shooting
position, including squatting/kneeling behind cover.

Thanks again for a great product!

Jim Linch
www.oregonshooter.com

http://www.oregonshooter.com/index.php?id=157

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