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Mag Pouch Location

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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.

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i've moved mine much further forward now. this is one time being skinny helps.

sadly not a single belt loop hoster i've tried holds the gun close enough to pass the dowel test. and no way in heck am i using an iwb holster!

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Rick from the powerfactorshow confirmed what I thought. As long as the dowel touches both the gun and you at the same time it should be fine, however if your skinny enough I guess it may not. I run a Comp-Tac Belt holster with a Glock 17 and it sits just fine.

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I love the new rules- the more IDPA is like USPSA the better I like it.

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You must love arbitration, and numbered paragraphs. You might want to apply for one of the AC jobs that are suddenly vacant.

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