Over the past 20 years, I've owned a variety of pouches that have accommodated various magazines four different weapons. I've worked in the armored car industry and now we're private security so the need to have a reliable, dependable magazine pouch is just as crucial as it is to have a good holster to keep your weapon safe and in the ready.
After looking at the standard, weather, and synthetic type patches that are available in the market I turn my attention to this one. this is rather unique in that it's heavier and bulkier than most pouches and it's far more involved than all of them. As evidenced by the photographs attached. You see that has many interesting features such as a rotatable holder that you can adjust so you're magazine points in a direction that's convenient for you 2/2. There's also the fact that it has a unique mechanism that allows you to remove the pouch from the belt without having to remove all your gear. the process is as simple as depressing two opposing buttons and the entire assembly unfolds separates from your belt. It's really a very unique and very handy mechanism because we all know what a pain it is to have to remove all your gear just to get that one item properly situated on your belt. once you find the position on your belt that you like your pouch to rest ensuring that it stays there is just a matter of simply tightening down a couple of Allen screws (which comes with a handy Allen wrench included)... And you're good to go!
I've only had this a few days so I can't give it a complete review as it hasn't withstood the test of time, and use, but I can tell you that so far I really like what I see and feel. It's got a unique style to it, it appears to be very durable yet it is priced very modestly. The only concern I have, and it's of no great importance, is that the magazine pouch sets away from your body a bit. Over the years, I had become used to the idea of a magazine pouch sitting very close to my midsection, which for a fat guy like myself 😁 can be a real pain in the side (literally lol)...but that's not the case here. There's enough separation that you can comfortably sit down without having the butt of your magazine digging in do your spare tire. The aspect of comfort is great my only concern is that it may be easy for someone to grab ahold of if they so desire. The retention system is a friction lock type get up. And since it's made for my specific weapon and who was the magazines rather firmly. It doesn't impede my ability to draw the magazine however as I've begun practicing drawing my weapon and switching out the magazines in the simulated shooting situation. Of course, time will tell and maybe I'll fall this review up in 6 months or a year to see if things have changed but again, I like the look, the mechanics of it, and the price point. I encourage you to read other reviews and then if you can find it at a retailer near you go down and check it out before you actually buy it. I bought it on a whim and got lucky. I hope your luck is just as good.