A company called MagHolder is making horizontal mag pouches for concealed carry handguns. The polymer pouches clip to the belt and are the magazines are held in place by friction.
The pouches are designed to be carried on the same side of the body as the gun, so pulling a mag is a cross-draw motion. Alternately, the mags can be carried on the reaction (aka “weak”) side and drawn rearward. For some people, this may be a slower draw, but the advantage is a lower-profile visual “footprint” under a cover garment.
The MagHolder pouches are made for these pistols:
- Glock all but 10mm and .45 ACP
- SIG Sauer P226, P228, P229 and 2022
- Springfield XD, XDM, XDS
- Smith & Wesson M&P
- 1911-type (single stack)
- single stack .380 ACP, 9mm, .40 S&W including Beretta Nano, Diamondback pistols, High Point C9, Kahr pistols, Ruger LC9, SIG Sauer P238, 239, 938
All mags are black and sell for $25.