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    "SHORT"AR mag carriers

    Any advice would be welcome, or share your experience with me please. I'm trying to put together a chest rig, and that wouldn't normally be any challenge for most of you. It is for me though. The problem is that my AR mags are short, and I think they'll sink down and get lost in most of the carriers I've seen. I'm using RRA LAR15 mags with Tactipuls. I'm using these because as "PISTOL" mags, they can legally hold 10 rounds (here in Canada). Any other semi auto rifle mag is restricted to 5 rounds, except for the internal mag on an M1 garand. So I can't use any other mag...............it just wouldn't make any sense. So........do you have any experience/advice on a mag carrier that would work well with short AR mags?
    I was thinking of maybe getting a VooDoo Tactical Chest rig, maybe filling it with some low cap pmags, just to fill it, and adding 6 or so ATS singles. Do you know of any other options that might suit my needs?
    Thanks
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    If you want short pouches, ATS tactical makes short M4 pouches.

    http://www.atstacticalgear.com/cgi/c...on&key=ST-7296

    I am also selling one in the sales forum. Just FYI.

    -Brandon
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    Thanks, I found that option, as above. I just wondered if there were any other options.

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    I've been messing around with 20 round mags again recently and have been looking at a few options which working at a badass gear shop helps. Grey Group just got in somemore ATS Pouches. The ATS mag pouch is low cut leaving enough of the mag to grab ahold of and have webbing on the outside to mount another mag pouch to the outside to stack them. You could probably even wear it belt mounted. A great belt mount is the C-Tac kydex holder. It'll hold any AR mag (probably not 5 rounders) and they break free cleanly.

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