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Matrix Fast Hard Shell Magazine Holster - 2x Rifle Mag Configuration (Color: Dark Earth)

26 Customer Reviews

by Tim N. on 02/25/2021
"These are great, they hold a M4 mag snuggly. But that's also the drawback, you need some actual force to get your mag free. I wish they sold these in threes instead of twos.
by Adam B. on 06/29/2020
"Just recieved a set of these. The molle straps are a tacky rubber that will hold onto a belt when threaded through. I have an assortment of M4 mags such as a G&G metal hicap, CYMA plastic hicap, and a set of BAMF midcaps. The standard STANAG mags fit down great with maybe too much hold on the mag needing some force to remove. The BAMF mags have a shoulder on the front that prevents it from sitting fully, but still are held in place, FYI. It is nice that they require less force to remove while still being secure. These also are not wide enough to hold 2 mp5 style mags, but will still hold 1 if needed.
by Chris O. on 04/21/2018
"I bought this through Evike and it works like a charm and looks nice.
by Keegan D. on 03/24/2017
"Great quality
Great build
Absolutely no complaints OTHER than the price
Mags fit very snug and tight, so dont worry about losing them
If you are thinking of buying just do it.
by Lev M. on 02/08/2017
"Perfect for loaders M4/M16
by Michael F. on 01/17/2015
"These mag holder are awesome, especially for the price, though they do require minor modification.
If you want a sum up here it is.
Pro's
Holds mags very snug (even when crawling)
AMAZING price point!
Love the camo options.
Light weight.
Easy to attach to molle (easier then a lot of soft shells)
Comparable to the HSGI taco's in design/hold, but 1/3rd the price
CON'S
Needs to be beveled (can do with a dremal+sander) for better mag replacements
Solid square design can knock the wind out of you when you dive (see full details below)
Now lets go through the full details.
1st off. They hold the mags very well. So well that I can crawl (with them between my chest and the ground) and they do not slide out. To me I require this because I do a lot of flanking, most of which is crawling. I've occasionally crawled more than two miles in a single game day.
2nd. They are very easy to pull mags from. This particular design if you pull it away from your chest (prying the slot open) it releases even easier.
3rd. They require some brief modification, to bevel the slot's opening. Think of a pistol going into the mag well. Not beveled, the mag has to go in perfectly or not at all, allowing no breathing room. If you buy a mag well bevel, it allows breathing room, easier to reload. IF you bevel the magwell which can easily be done with a dremal and small sanding disc (or even done with a hand file though it'll take longer) putting mags into this is 100x easier. The mags fit so perfectly it has to be beveled, or you will spend a lot of time attempting to get it in.
Now that I beveled the mag holsters, I can removed and replace mags in a matter of 1-3 seconds per switch. This allows me no need for a dump pouch. Personally I can't stand dump pouches. For many reasons. 1st, they look like crap. 2nd, they flap around causing noise. 3rd, when full your mags swing and spank you with every stride. 4th, when you play how I do (constantly jumping, diving, rolling, crawling, etc) you're body weight gets on every side at some point in the game, it's not fun to lay down on 6 mags shoved into your side/back. 5th, one less thing to carry. 6th, when full, dump pouches are known to allow things to come out (out of the guys that most often lose things, almost all use dump pouches, I have never lost anything on field).

I've tried many pouches. Simple velcro pouches (my least fav) HSGI taco pouches (just as good of pouches, though they are 3x as expensive) even these mag pouches that are dual mag but shove the next mag forward when you pull the other mag out. Also an awesome design, but they were about 40$ per dual mag pouch. I still enjoy these pouches the most, and the price point makes me love them that much more. Highly recommend to any M4 users. I hope to see these come out in a few more mag sizes (SMG mags, Sniper mags like SR25, Extended pistol mags, pistol mags, etc) Just hope they learn to bevel them for us.
by Michael F. on 01/17/2015
"These mag holder are awesome, especially for the price, though they do require minor modification.
If you want a sum up here it is.
Pro's
Holds mags very snug (even when crawling)
AMAZING price point!
Love the camo options.
Light weight.
Easy to attach to molle (easier then a lot of soft shells)
Comparable to the HSGI taco's in design/hold, but 1/3rd the price
CON'S
Needs to be beveled (can do with a dremal+sander) for better mag replacements
Solid square design can knock the wind out of you when you dive (see full details below)
Now lets go through the full details.
1st off. They hold the mags very well. So well that I can crawl (with them between my chest and the ground) and they do not slide out. To me I require this because I do a lot of flanking, most of which is crawling. I've occasionally crawled more than two miles in a single game day.
2nd. They are very easy to pull mags from. This particular design if you pull it away from your chest (prying the slot open) it releases even easier.
3rd. They require some brief modification, to bevel the slot's opening. Think of a pistol going into the mag well. Not beveled, the mag has to go in perfectly or not at all, allowing no breathing room. If you buy a mag well bevel, it allows breathing room, easier to reload. IF you bevel the magwell which can easily be done with a dremal and small sanding disc (or even done with a hand file though it'll take longer) putting mags into this is 100x easier. The mags fit so perfectly it has to be beveled, or you will spend a lot of time attempting to get it in.
Now that I beveled the mag holsters, I can removed and replace mags in a matter of 1-3 seconds per switch. This allows me no need for a dump pouch. Personally I can't stand dump pouches. For many reasons. 1st, they look like crap. 2nd, they flap around causing noise. 3rd, when full your mags swing and spank you with every stride. 4th, when you play how I do (constantly jumping, diving, rolling, crawling, etc) you're body weight gets on every side at some point in the game, it's not fun to lay down on 6 mags shoved into your side/back. 5th, one less thing to carry. 6th, when full, dump pouches are known to allow things to come out (out of the guys that most often lose things, almost all use dump pouches, I have never lost anything on field).

I've tried many pouches. Simple velcro pouches (my least fav) HSGI taco pouches (just as good of pouches, though they are 3x as expensive) even these mag pouches that are dual mag but shove the next mag forward when you pull the other mag out. Also an awesome design, but they were about 40$ per dual mag pouch. I still enjoy these pouches the most, and the price point makes me love them that much more. Highly recommend to any M4 users. I hope to see these come out in a few more mag sizes (SMG mags, Sniper mags like SR25, Extended pistol mags, pistol mags, etc) Just hope they learn to bevel them for us.
by Michael F. on 01/17/2015
"These mag holder are awesome, especially for the price, though they do require minor modification.
If you want a sum up here it is.
Pro's
Holds mags very snug (even when crawling)
AMAZING price point!
Love the camo options.
Light weight.
Easy to attach to molle (easier then a lot of soft shells)
Comparable to the HSGI taco's in design/hold, but 1/3rd the price
CON'S
Needs to be beveled (can do with a dremal+sander) for better mag replacements
Solid square design can knock the wind out of you when you dive (see full details below)
Now lets go through the full details.
1st off. They hold the mags very well. So well that I can crawl (with them between my chest and the ground) and they do not slide out. To me I require this because I do a lot of flanking, most of which is crawling. I've occasionally crawled more than two miles in a single game day.
2nd. They are very easy to pull mags from. This particular design if you pull it away from your chest (prying the slot open) it releases even easier.
3rd. They require some brief modification, to bevel the slot's opening. Think of a pistol going into the mag well. Not beveled, the mag has to go in perfectly or not at all, allowing no breathing room. If you buy a mag well bevel, it allows breathing room, easier to reload. IF you bevel the magwell which can easily be done with a dremal and small sanding disc (or even done with a hand file though it'll take longer) putting mags into this is 100x easier. The mags fit so perfectly it has to be beveled, or you will spend a lot of time attempting to get it in.
Now that I beveled the mag holsters, I can removed and replace mags in a matter of 1-3 seconds per switch. This allows me no need for a dump pouch. Personally I can't stand dump pouches. For many reasons. 1st, they look like crap. 2nd, they flap around causing noise. 3rd, when full your mags swing and spank you with every stride. 4th, when you play how I do (constantly jumping, diving, rolling, crawling, etc) you're body weight gets on every side at some point in the game, it's not fun to lay down on 6 mags shoved into your side/back. 5th, one less thing to carry. 6th, when full, dump pouches are known to allow things to come out (out of the guys that most often lose things, almost all use dump pouches, I have never lost anything on field).

I've tried many pouches. Simple velcro pouches (my least fav) HSGI taco pouches (just as good of pouches, though they are 3x as expensive) even these mag pouches that are dual mag but shove the next mag forward when you pull the other mag out. Also an awesome design, but they were about 40$ per dual mag pouch. I still enjoy these pouches the most, and the price point makes me love them that much more. Highly recommend to any M4 users. I hope to see these come out in a few more mag sizes (SMG mags, Sniper mags like SR25, Extended pistol mags, pistol mags, etc) Just hope they learn to bevel them for us.
by Michael F. on 01/17/2015
"These mag holder are awesome, especially for the price, though they do require minor modification.
If you want a sum up here it is.
Pro's
Holds mags very snug (even when crawling)
AMAZING price point!
Love the camo options.
Light weight.
Easy to attach to molle (easier then a lot of soft shells)
Comparable to the HSGI taco's in design/hold, but 1/3rd the price
CON'S
Needs to be beveled (can do with a dremal+sander) for better mag replacements
Solid square design can knock the wind out of you when you dive (see full details below)
Now lets go through the full details.
1st off. They hold the mags very well. So well that I can crawl (with them between my chest and the ground) and they do not slide out. To me I require this because I do a lot of flanking, most of which is crawling. I've occasionally crawled more than two miles in a single game day.
2nd. They are very easy to pull mags from. This particular design if you pull it away from your chest (prying the slot open) it releases even easier.
3rd. They require some brief modification, to bevel the slot's opening. Think of a pistol going into the mag well. Not beveled, the mag has to go in perfectly or not at all, allowing no breathing room. If you buy a mag well bevel, it allows breathing room, easier to reload. IF you bevel the magwell which can easily be done with a dremal and small sanding disc (or even done with a hand file though it'll take longer) putting mags into this is 100x easier. The mags fit so perfectly it has to be beveled, or you will spend a lot of time attempting to get it in.
Now that I beveled the mag holsters, I can removed and replace mags in a matter of 1-3 seconds per switch. This allows me no need for a dump pouch. Personally I can't stand dump pouches. For many reasons. 1st, they look like crap. 2nd, they flap around causing noise. 3rd, when full your mags swing and spank you with every stride. 4th, when you play how I do (constantly jumping, diving, rolling, crawling, etc) you're body weight gets on every side at some point in the game, it's not fun to lay down on 6 mags shoved into your side/back. 5th, one less thing to carry. 6th, when full, dump pouches are known to allow things to come out (out of the guys that most often lose things, almost all use dump pouches, I have never lost anything on field).

I've tried many pouches. Simple velcro pouches (my least fav) HSGI taco pouches (just as good of pouches, though they are 3x as expensive) even these mag pouches that are dual mag but shove the next mag forward when you pull the other mag out. Also an awesome design, but they were about 40$ per dual mag pouch. I still enjoy these pouches the most, and the price point makes me love them that much more. Highly recommend to any M4 users. I hope to see these come out in a few more mag sizes (SMG mags, Sniper mags like SR25, Extended pistol mags, pistol mags, etc) Just hope they learn to bevel them for us.
by Richard P. on 10/07/2014
"I have this attached to my condor battle belt.
I have had no problems or tears with my mag carriers, though the material holding these to the molle webbing does feel awfully cheap.
It hasn't broken so I am not complaining.

Pros:
Hard shell holster.
Clone of the real-steel ITW fast mags.
2 retention bands are adjustable for tighter or looser grip on pull (my retention is medium)
Mags stay firmly put inside holster even when upside down.
Attaches to molle gear fairly easy.

Cons:
Attachments bands are a little cheap feeling.

This is a good product for cost efficient fast mag style magazine holsters.
TIP: Don't try to force the loops through when installing. If you do then the straps will probably tear or snap.
by Will A. on 01/28/2014
"Ok I've bought two sets of these now and I would have to say they are my favorite way to carry my mags. The first time I bought them the rubber was extremely tight and held the mag in real tight, which is good, the second set I bought the rubber was loose and I was a little concerned but after a bit it tighten up and I have no problems.

Pros:
Mags stay tight and come out easily
can be mounted upside down on the back of my vest and still be used 100% flawlessly
don't have any problem going prone with them
low profile

Cons:
the rubber can ether be tight or loose when you get them
bot sets I've gotten the type that has the thing that sticks up on the back and I don't know what they are for



Fit my Elite Force Midcaps and my PMags with no problem. metal fit to but I don't use them
by Thuytran N. on 03/21/2013
"Since there are no reviews for this and I always wondered what these were like before I bought them, let me clarify for people now that I have.

Pros:
-Fits M4 Mags (Tested with plastic midcaps and metal flashmags)
-Holds Mags tight enough so that they dont shake around but loose enough so you can get to them quickly
-Nice plastic Material
-Comes with 2 per set
-Fits belts & molle on regular vests

Cons:
NONE!

Overall, if you are looking for a unique way to carry your mags with quick access as well as high speed set up, I recommend this, 5/5
by eric H. on 03/08/2013
"They are great they hold the magazines really well. They are a darker color than the picture
by Peter O. on 10/05/2012
"This is a great product! I use these for my M4 mags and they work perfect. They allow for fast reload and are not as clumpsy as the other mag pouches. The quality is okay. I've used mine for a year now and they are still holding strong.

PROs
1. Fast reload
2. Good quality
3. Tight hold on mags, they won't fall out
4. Stackable

CONs
1. Color is not so great
2. Attaching them can be a pain

I will buy more when they are stocked again.
by Paolo E. on 12/28/2018
"These mag holsters work well with my M4 style magazines. The rubber piece inside and the elastic bands wrapped around the holder retains the magazine well. If you want, you can run these upside down and the mags won't fall out.