There are plenty of Pistol Mag Pouches out on the market, some of them decent but few have the required retention and limited footprint we demand from a pistol pouch. So we designed our own.
The main consideration for the DEP Pouch is tight retention which is achieved by a doubled layer of 3" Elastic (surprise surprise given its in the name) as well as a friction pad on the interior made of HANK (High Abrasion Neoprene Kevlar). We chose a 3" Elastic as it allows both Full Size and Compact Handgun Magazines to stick out sufficiently for a more confident grasp. The body and mounting is comprised of a Cordura Laminate that keeps the weight down while keeping the pouch durable.
NOTE: This pouch attaches to most PALS systems and will need two PALS columns. This pouch is designed for double stacked magazines.
-Doubled Up Mil-Spec Elastic for Tight Mag Retention
-HANK Lined Inner for Friction & Retention
-Loops for Shockcord Retention if Desired
-3" Deep Coverage to Allow Sufficient Grasp of the Magazine
-MOLLE / PALS Mounting
Weight: 0.8 Oz
Made in the USA / Berry Compliant
*Magazines, Gear and other accessories not included*
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Retention is leaps and bounds higher than esstac pouches. These pouches are also slim and allow for a belt set up that isn’t super *everywhere* (if that makes sense)
Works for what it's worth, I haven't given a proper work-over but being able to take it off of a belt system and onto your personal web belt helps.
The best compromise between a kydex and typical elastic mag pouch. It takes some practice to reinsert a mag but overall I’m happy with it.
this thing is pretty awesome. I would argue better retention than some of my tegris mag pouches, and can hold pretty much whatever platform of pistol mags. I also am using one for my multi tool. get em' while you can!
Superb retention in a traditional “12 o clock” upright position. Have had some issues in a 45 degree canted position on a belt with kit (21rd sig mags). Overall a solid pouch, I own 4. Even use them on a placard for a multi tool.