Safariland Duty Gear 79-83-13 GLOCK 17, 22, 34, 34, Sig P229 Slimline Open Top Double Handgun Magazine Pouch (STX Black)


The Safariland Slimline Open Top Double Handgun Magazine Pouch is constructed from SafariLaminate a unique thermal laminate process. This material is impervious to moisture, bloodborne pathogens and does not break down like natural materials, making it an extremely durable and long term professional looking product. Available in Traditional Leather Look Finish, offered in Plain, Basketweave and Hi Gloss, and the STX Finish, helping to reduce weat and tear scratches on the product.

$ 19.87

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  1. Web Tipster says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Saves space, time, and is fully adjustable to your liking!, February 10, 2016
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    This review is from: Safariland Duty Gear 79-83-13 GLOCK 17, 22, 34, 34, Sig P229 Slimline Open Top Double Handgun Magazine Pouch (STX Black) (Sports)
    Excellent holster. Saves space, time, and is fully adjustable to your liking. I didn’t have to adjust much for my G17 mags, they fit nice a snug. Secure enough for a good chase yet flexible enough for fast draw/reload. The material is plastic with grained type of texture over it, see attached image.

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  2. Shaun L. says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Love this case! Wish I had purchased it a long time ago!, January 5, 2016
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    This review is from: Safariland Duty Gear 79-83-13 GLOCK 17, 22, 34, 34, Sig P229 Slimline Open Top Double Handgun Magazine Pouch (STX Black) (Sports)
    I bought this magazine case for my nylon belt, and it has the tactical look (which is what I was hoping for)! Prior to purchasing this case, I was unsure about the look as it was described as “STX Black.” I knew that Safariland makes different color options (leather, plain, basket weave, etc), and I needed the tactical style for my nylon belt. I figured I’d purchase this one and hope that it was the tactical look, and luckily it was! Now I don’t have to return it! It’s about half the size of my old nylon case, so it saves more room on the belt, and actually feels lighter for some reason! Out of the box, the tension is great for my Glock 17 mags, however, I did tighten the tension screw just a hair to be on the safe side, as I’m usually on foot with my dog. The past 10 years I’ve always had my mags facing inward with the closed button flaps, so it does take a little practice getting used to pulling the mag out with it facing forward (thanks to muscle memory). It’s nice because it saves time allowing me to get the mag out quicker for reloads. I’m very pleased with this case and would recommend it to anyone in law enforcement. Plus the price is excellent!
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  3. Paul A. Tremblay says:
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great replacement for old snap style magazine holster, March 6, 2013
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    This review is from: Safariland Duty Gear 79-83-13 GLOCK 17, 22, 34, 34, Sig P229 Slimline Open Top Double Handgun Magazine Pouch (STX Black) (Sports)
    This item is great. Reloading has become much quicker and more fluid simply because you don’t have to fumble with a snap in order to pull the magazine out. The tension screw is adjustable to where you don’t have to worry about the magazines flying out while on a foot pursuit or in a physical confrontation. This holster also saved me about 1-2 inches of real estate on an already crowded duty belt.

    Going from a magazine side profile to a straight profile took little to no adjustment. Drawing the magazine also was a very small learning curve coming from an old style holster. Only thing to worry about is when you draw from this holster, your thumb ends up along the magazine window, so you need to train yourself to move that thumb out of the way when seating the magazine in the weapon.

    I will not be going back to the old style holsters now.

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