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I ran into some issues this past weekend shooting the idpa patriot tier 2 match when it came to stowing magazines as part of the course of fire. I was shooting an officer frame 1911 and had trouble picking up the single stack mags and stowing them in my single stack mag pouch. Now if I had a well on my mag pouch like I do on my gun things could have been a little easier and faster. Does anyone know of a company that makes flared single stack magazine pouches? I know I could get some kydex and make my own but would prefer just to order one instead. or does anyone
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I went back to 2010 and didn't see a dedicated holster thread. Holster designs have always fascinated me. Classic leatherwork to modern race rigs, lets see some holsters and mag pouches you've run over the years. I'll get some pics of some of my gear later tonight.
Looks like from the new IDPA rules you may run your mag pouches a little further forward. The old rule: "Be worn in a belt location that will position the front edge of the carrier behind the centerline of the body." The new rule: "Magazine carriers must be worn in a belt location where the front edge of the carrier or magazine is behind the shooter’s anterior superior iliac spine (hipbone)." I know my hipbone is farther forward than the centerline of my body. Anyone notice this rule change? Sure makes going to that first mag a little easier.
I ordered one 1911 shim for my CR Speed Versa mag pouch from Shooters Connection and love it. I wanted 4 more but they were out so I ordered 4 from Powerfactor Shooting thinking they probably were the same source. What was odd was that the Powerfactor shims came with shims to shim the shims. Maybe they ordered the wrong thickness nylon stock and are trying to get rid of it, but when I ordered 1911 shims I assumed they would fit a standard 1911 mag. Their advertizement for the shims doesn't give any indication that the shims are not the right thickness and have to be shimmed some more. Even the