Realizing that there had to be a better way to carry spare ammunition, a plainclothes law enforcement officer went to work in his shop, determined to find an alternative to bulky and sometimes uncomfortable belt pouches. Two years later, he perfected the Snagmag, a patent-pending pistol magazine holster that keeps ammo concealed but easily accessible. This revolutionary product is now available exclusively in the Gun Digest online store.
At a glance, the Snagmag looks like a pocketknife with a pants clip, making it ideal for concealed carry. It holds a magazine securely but allows quick, instant access to it. Designed with this efficiency and discretion in mind, the Snagmag user need only apply a small amount of rearward pressure while drawing the magazine to cause the holster to snag; the Snagmag then stays in place while the magazine comes out clearly, promoting a fast reload.
The Snagmag is getting positive reviews from law enforcement and concealed carry testers alike. None other than Gun Digest author and world-renowned firearms and self-defense instructor Massad Ayoob discovered the Snagmag in its prototype stage and featured it in the second edition of his best-seller, Gun Digest Book of Concealed Carry, soon after.
The Snagmag is currently available to fit magazines for the most popular models of pistols, with additional variations on the way. Get yours at http://bit.ly/19vui57.
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