U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Comp-Tac recently released the eV2 Magazine Pouch, a new inside-the-waistband, hybrid mag pouch, for customers who want to carry a spare mag in the appendix position.
Comp-Tac eV2 Magazine Pouch
This hybrid pouch is made with a top-grain, cowhide leather backing, and a Kydex shell that holds the magazine. The pouch attaches to the belt with a nylon clip that is ride-height adjustable, allowing the user to set the height of the magazine in relation to their belt. The magazine pouch is also tuckable to allow the shirt to be tucked in over the magazine for deep concealment.
Features of the eV2 Mag include:
- Top-grain cowhide leather
- Kydex body
- Nylon clip is ride-height adjustable and tuckable
- Index cut on leather and Kydex for improved draw capabilities
- Designed specifically for carrying compact magazines
- Created for wear in the appendix region for quick access
“Appendix carry has become more and more popular as the sizes of guns have gotten smaller,” explained Gordon Carrell, Comp-Tac general manager. “Many of our customers who conceal carry also like to carry a spare magazine. While many individuals can drop a spare mag in a pocket, the number of EDC items is on the rise. Having a magazine pouch helps to balance the load of wallet, flashlight, medical kit, keys, personal items, etc. The eV2 Mag compliments our popular eV2 and eV2 Max holsters, giving users the ability to keep all their ‘hardware’ up front for easy access.”
eV2 Mag – comp-tac.com
About Comp-Tac Victory Gear
Comp-Tac Victory Gear is devoted to designing and manufacturing the highest quality concealed carry, competition, tactical holsters and related accessories on the market. Comp-Tac® products offer options that make it easy and comfortable to carry a firearm for all our customers: law enforcement, military, shooting sports enthusiasts, and responsibly armed citizens. We build with the customer in mind, ensuring speed of manufacturing, quality of product, competitive pricing, and superior customer service to support the desire to take responsibility for personal safety, security, and recreational firearm use.