I recently spoke with Rick, the designer, and owner of a company called ExtraCarry. He asked me to take a look at a couple of their products. Specifically, he wanted some feedback on their different magazine pouches designed for concealed carriers who carry a spare magazine in their pocket. ExtraCarry offers two versions of their magazine carrier. I was familiar with the NeoMag and Snag Mag, similar products designed with the same purpose. As I noted in this review, each product has some advantages and disadvantages, which I did some time ago. However, ExtraCarry was a product I had not...
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The newly released, patented, ExtraCarryTM Mag Pouch for the Kimber R7 Mako 11 round and 13 round magazines are now available and ready to ship.
These ExtraCarryTM Mag Pouches are the newest and best way to carry spare ammo concealed in your pocket. They provide deep concealment are made with carbon fiber reinforced nylon are lightweight and ambidextrous.
Made in the USA with a retail price of $55.
Company Website: www.extracarry.com
Post: How Do I Carry Spare Ammo for My Hellcat? Specialized Mag Pouches
Concealed carrying daily requires preparation, planning, and a few compromises. One of those challenges is what size gun you can carry. I know I want to have as many rounds as possible to help ensure victory if I ever find myself in an unavoidable fight for my life.
Sure, my full-size XD-M Elite will hold 22+1 rounds, but it’s big and therefore more tough to carry and keep concealed. So normally I grab my Hellcat instead. It’s small and compact and still can carry 16 rounds with the 15-round magazine and one in the chamber. Still, is 16 rounds enough? Hell, is 23 rounds even enough?