7068 TUFF Original 8 Inline
Eight individual pockets for each magazine and features a optional removable flap.
Attach securely to either your belt or M.O.L.L.E. vest.
Made from double layered Black 1000 denier cordura and mil-spec webbing.
From 1911 to AR10 We Fit Your Mags! Flap Included
CUSTOM FLAP available https://tuffproducts.com/product_p/flap-custom.htm to fit the Extended Mags.
Size 1 .45ACP Single Stack 1911 / P220 OR Similar
Size 2 .9mm/.40S&W/.45ACP Double Stack B92F/G17-21/HK45 OR Similar
Available in Black or Coyote Brown Size of MOLLE Back Panel Size 1 7.5" W X 5.5"T All Others 10"W x 5.5"T
The pouch is exactly what I expected and well made. It should serve it's purpose well.
The 8 slots provide the right amount of snugness for 1911 style magazines and keep everything in a nicely finished covered pouch.
Excellent product. Great for the range. However, I wish they would bring back the AR-15 inlline 8.
This is the ONLY inline mag pouch that I know of that will fit my Glock 43 mags. The mags fit extremely well with enough room at the top to allow for my Taran Tactical +2 mag extensions... not too tight; not too loose. The fabric is rugged and looks like it will last a lifetime. And, like I said, they appear to be the ONLY choice out there for Glock 43 mags. Even Glock doesn't have mag pouches that will fit G43 mags - but their 10-inline doublestack pouches are great. .... That said, I have a couple of gripes about this pouch, #7068. NOWHERE on the pouch is any indication of the product number or even the maker! It doesn't even say TUFF PRODUCTS on it! That became a problem when I had already bought one, loved it, and wanted to buy one some years later on - but I couldn't remember who made it! "Who made this thing? And what product number is it?" "How the hell do I know? It doesn't say anything on it, anywhere!". Which brings me to my 2nd gripe about it... Tuff Products, your #7068 pouch is great, but it's available TWO DIFFERENT SIZES! One size for single stack mags, and another size for double stack mags... BOTH WITH THE SAME PRODUCT NUMBER! To make choosing the right pouch for Glock 43 mags even MORE difficult, the Glock 43 mags are SINGLE-STACK... but they won't fit in the "Size 1" option version. May I humbly and politely suggest that you designate the single-stack and double-stack versions with DIFFERENT PRODUCT NUMBERS....??? And if you can't do that, could you include, somewhere in the product description, the fact that the single-stack version WILL NOT FIT the single-stack Glock 43 mags. You could make a note of the maximum width that each version will comfortably accommodate... or something... AND FOR CRYING OUT LOUD, PLEASE PUT YOUR OWN NAME ON THE POUCH ALONG WITH THE PRODUCT NUMBER, SO THOSE OF US WHO LOVE YOUR PRODUCTS CAN EASILY ORDER ANOTHER ONE JUST BY REFERRING TO THE INFO ON THE POUCH! Thank you, carry on...
IT WAS WORTH THE PRICE AND WAIT
Just received this, and it seems to be well built. The first thing I did was load it with 8 full-10 round Chip McCormick magazines and put it on my gun belt. It is kinda heavy, but comfortable. There isn't anything objectionable about it. I like the removable flap with velcro. Just tear the flap off and the mags are easy to withdraw. I looking forward to a range test next weekend at a tactical shooting course. Pretty cool stuff.
Almost impossible to get mags in and out, we’ll see if the stitching Gould’s up
Excellent construction, but not as nice as the real original, i.e., the one that had a permanently attached cover. The fabric on this one is much stiffer, making magazine insertion more difficult than the real original. Additionally, since the removeable flap attaches on the inside of the back panel, the edge of it interferes with both insertion and removal, and makes the unit bulker than the true original (I have 4 of those). I sincerely wish you would bring that model back out. Also, I think that you have reduced your sizes just a bit too much - the magazine pockets are too tight for easy use. Still, though, the magazine orientation of your design concept is the best on the market. I love to use these to enable me to go to the range with my loaded magazines organized - I do not like to spend time at the range reloading magazines, and these pouches get the job done by fitting in any range bag.
This is the way to carry your mags. I loaded 8 1911 mags-8 rounders-and through them in my range bag. when I got to the range they were still secure in the mag pouch. i used to put them in my gun bag but they would always come loose and hit each other,not something I like on loaded mags. this is the way to go.