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Author: Joe d
Will FNP-45 magazines fit in the double stack version?
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Author: Liam Knuj
I reload with a Dillion 550B press and typically shoot 1000-1200 rounds at an outing. I hate having to reload, so many years back I bought a bunch of magazines and carried them in a range bag, but never really liked the lack of organization. Mostly I shoot SWC for a nice clean hole in the target paper, but I also carry a few magazines with ball and JHP. These pouches are perfect for keeping my SWC target loads separate and organized. They hold single stack magazines well, and do not hold double stack magazines. The covers are somewhat adjustable such at there is plenty of space for weighted target magazines and magazines with butt pads. The fit is a bit tight and it is more difficult to put empty mags back in--not that you would need to. The attachment points mean you can attach these to anything from a belt--who would want to carry that weight, or a range bag--much better. The bottom line is you can remove a pouch from a range bag, are your firing position, and everything holds together, while you drop the used magazines back into your range bag. The magazines are easily removed for use. The more magazines the quicker you can complete a training session. One helper reloading makes a training session go lightning fast. After many years of practicing on my own, I'm going to take a swing at IPSC shooting, and I think these will work out well for me there. BTW, I strongly recommend the Dillion 550B reloading press. I can easily load 600 rounds per hour. I've beat that number many times with a helper. So this means that people like me, who like to shoot 45 ACP, can re-process cases into rounds, load them into magazine, and blast through a course of fire quickly. I can shoot close to 200 rounds without reloading magazines. The material seems very sturdy and well made. I plan to leave my magazines in them to break them in. Some pouches are a bit tight, and one slot on the end seems a bit looser. I expect they will break in well. The Velcro covers can be torn off quickly to expose the tops of the magazines, yet hold them securely in a tactical situation for soldiers. I am unsure how well the Velcro belt loops will hold up with the weight involved if used on a belt regularly. Velcro does wear out over time. I would suggest that anyone using these on a belt dedicate a belt to these and a holster and never remove either. However I don't see myself ever carrying them on a belt unless I was serving in the military. For combat use, I think these are just about perfect as they could be secured to a vest easily. For combat, I would prefer something that laid flat and offered double duty as armor in a vulnerable area like a thigh. Overall I highly recommend these pouches. I bought two and I may order more. I'm tempted to order up lots more magazines so I never have to pause shooting.