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Pitbull Tactical Universal Mag Carrier

(5 customer reviews)

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Description

Fits any pistol magazine from a single stack 9mm to a .45 double stack while maintaining a low profile.

No screws or adjustments are necessary. Ready to go out of the box.

When you draw a magazine from the Universal Mag Carrier Gen 2 it decreases back to its thinnest profile, keeping out of the way when not in use.

Note: The following mags won’t work with the Universal Mag Carrier: Kahr CW9, Kahr PM9, Sig 938, Kimber Micro 9, Ruger LC9, FN 5.7, and Ruger 5.7

Designed for Everyday Carry

The Universal Mag Carrier Gen 2 allows the user to comfortably conceal any pistol magazine from a 9mm single stack to a 45acp double stack. Inside the waistband or outside the waistband on any 1.5” belt. By default the Universal Mag Carrier Gen 2 is only as deep as a single stack 9mm. As a magazine is inserted the Universal Mag carrier dynamically adjusts in size. The flared opening and rigid design allows any size mag to be inserted with ease perfect for gearing up for the day or admin reloads.

 

5 reviews for Pitbull Tactical Universal Mag Carrier

  1. jamesdfabrizio

    Really enjoy this mag holder. The retention is awesome and fits all my different magazines.

  2. TJM (verified owner)

    Works well with 9mm & 40 SW, single or double stack, fits tight to the body, hides easily,

  3. david s (verified owner)

    I ordered a couple of these and am quite thrilled about it. It is a compact and secure way to carry a spare and I would recommend it.

  4. Nick Morrison (verified owner)

    Good product, I’ve use them and have no problems, fast service and delivery.

  5. Wilson (verified owner)

    I purchased this carrier to hold my Sig P320 .45 ACP double stack magazines. I found the lower band portion/section of the carrier to have a insufficient tension or hold that resulted with the carrier having a lower overall retention level of the magazine than I had expected. It is my opinion as a retired LEO that this carrier would not retain a similar type of magazine in a moderate or significant combat struggle. For light duty or civilian use the carrier should perform very well.

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