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Thread: Who carries a spare mag for their pocket pistol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watrdawg View Post
    I always carry a spare in my offside pocket for my G43.
    Same here. Offside feels natural. I run the Vickers +2.

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    If I'm dressed and vertical I have a gun on me. If I have a gun on me I have, at minimum, 1 reload for it.
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    I'm usually carrying my Glock 22 with at least one spare magazine, with a flashlight.

    I usually have a KelTec P32 in my pocket and an extra magazine in my back pocket in a magazine pouch that I made that looks like a wallet.

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    Off side front pants pocket one G17 mag. J frame same thing but three speed strips.
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    I carry 2 spares for my G17 most of the time off side OWB in a kydex carrier, but I also open carry my pistol.

    On the odd day I don't feel like carrying 2 spares I will slip a mag in my back pocket with my wallet, I don't own anything smaller than the G17.
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    I haven't been able to get my CPL since I moved to Oregon but when I was in Michigan I used a Leatherman belt holster to carry my spare Shield magazine. It was a tight fit but I was able to stretch the leather so I could still snap. I don't think anyone looks twice at it and it never got in the way.

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    Yes, Blackhawk mag holder off side. I have two for my single and my double stack mags.
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    For pocket / BUG firearms.

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    Offhand side pocket for semis (LCP), strong side pocket for J-frames.

    Regardless which side the weapon is carried - thought being neither is easy / fast to reload, so if I had to reloaded the weapon would be in my strong side hand, and the reload would proceed normally, even if it was carried, drawn, and fired offhand.

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    For IWB handguns, I carry a horizontal belt magazine pouch for 1 reload at 11:30.

    And I always carry a reload. ALWAYS.
    Last edited by RHINOWSO; 03-20-17 at 23:11.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight Shooter View Post
    SAINTS BE PRAISED- I have wanted a horizontal mag carrier forever..THANKS for the link to this!
    Another option that I think is great.

    http://dalefrickeholsters.com/produc...ab-horizontal/
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    When I carry my LCP, I have a reload in the opposite front pocket.

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