by Travis Pike Carrying a spare magazine isn’t tough, but it’s not always easy, especially when it comes to concealed carry. Carrying a spare might not always be necessary, but when you need a spare, you really need a spare. One of the better ways to carry a spare magazine is to toss it in your pocket. The ExtraCarry mag pouch is a new kind of pocket carry design. They produce a universal 9mm magazine pouch that drops into your pocket without much of a fight. The ExtraCarry – A New Kind of Pocket Carry There are tons of different...
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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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?