Condor Double Mag Pouch
Tactical Taylor is just down the street and my kit consists of TT and other brand name hand me downs. I think that TT, Blackhawk, etc., do make a better product. However, for the price, the Condor product is not bad at all. Dollar-for-dollar, I think it's even a better deal.
That said, my gear failing is a bad day at the range for me, not a life or death situation. I probably wouldn't bargain shop in a situation like that... if I could avoid it. When I was AD I rarely had two-nickels to rub together, so... if I were still AD and needed this and couldn't afford a better option, then I'd still get it and not feel bad about it at all.
Overall... 4-stars as it's a good product for what it is.
Gabriel - April 29, 2009
excellent mag pouches
i dont know what the fella above me was smoking but these are excellent mag pouches and well stiched (looks like you got a bad batch)
ive had mine for two years playing constantly and they have never had any problems mags fit tightly and stay in although i would recomend the nylon straps to keep them there since after use they come out.
but other then that i have not found thier equal for speedy mag changes.
Brian - March 16, 2009
I disagree with Kurt, and want to defend this product since it has served me well.
At less than $10 it is obviously cheaply made, however I have no complaints about its robustness.
These are a handy (and inexpensive) product which I use to hold four of my SA80 magazines around my stomach. Magazines can be removed very quickly by pushing the elastic to one side and grasping the magazine in one motion. The sacrifice paid for the speedy access is kit cleaning, since the open design exposes my magazine bases to the dust.
Giles - December 1, 2007
The stitching came un raveled after only two days use and the magazines barely fit properly. Not to mention it took two months to get them. Don't buy these.
Kurt - September 7, 2007