Comp-Tac has just announced their latest product offering to shooters with their three-magazine pouch holder. The new Comp-Tac Tri-Mag is a trio of double-stack magazine holders that is more efficient with space on your gun belt and adds a bit of customization depending on your preferences. This first double-stack version of the Tri-Mag is available now with Comp-Tac also teasing that there will be a single-stack version of the Tri-Mag coming soon!
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New Tri-Mag Magazine Carriers Announced by Comp-Tac
The Tri-Mag is the simplest way to carry three magazines comfortably on the body. Designed with input from Rob Leatham, a 40-year professional shooter, the Tri-Mag offers users the ability to cant the magazines for the upmost accessibility and individual pouch retention adjustment. Each pouch on the Tri-Mag is designed with openings to provide more flexibility and speed when the magazine is deployed, even if it is twisted or turned during deployment. Plus, pouches are flared at the top for easy re-insertion of the magazine.
“Having Rob Leatham work with our team on the development of this magazine pouch was such an extraordinary experience. Rob’s understanding of the gear, both knowing it from using it, and his understanding of the materials and construction based on his own tinkering, made this one of the smoothest developments we’ve ever had,” explained Bill Babboni, chief operating officer of High Speed Gear. “The Tri-Mag just looks cool, and its expansive functionality will be a hit with all customers — law enforcement officers, competitive shooters, and the everyday users.
What interests me the most about the new Tri-Mag magazine carriers is the ability for the user to adjust the cant of the pouches by 20° to the front or rear thus providing an easier angle to strip the magazines from the carriers during hasty reloads. I could see this becoming a great entry-level option for budding competitors who want something that is a bit more modular. According to Comp-Tac, the canted magazine angle also reduces stress on the shoulder when the carrier is placed toward the back of the body.
The new Tri-Mag magazine carrier is available from Comp-Tac for a price of $72 per carrier and is available for left and right-handed shooters as well as in a wide array of color options. The belt clips that come with the mag carrier can fit up to a 1.75″ belt, and although Comp-Tac has said the single stack version is coming soon, it appears that they are available and ready to order from the website at the time of writing. Let us know what you think of this new magazine carrier option. Do you feel like this new design justifies you picking up a new set of carriers? Let us know down in the comments!