Galco Quad Magazine Carrier
Galco Quad Magazine Carrier

Galco Quad Magazine Carrier

SKU #: Galco-QCL
MSRP: $124.95
$99.96
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Description
Designed in response to customers heading to combat zones, the Quad magazine carrier also works very well for those who must be discreetly yet heavily armed. It holds four magazines in horizontal position, while tension units and straps secure the magazines.

Galco International invented the modular interchangeable component shoulder systems (originally known as the "Jackass Rig ") in 1969. Today, we continue to offer quality and versatility by developing products that enable you to design the perfect system to suit your needs. For example, you may assemble a two-handgun rig, a half harness system, or add tie downs and cuff case to an existing system. The possibilities are endless.

The QCL is ambidextrous and available in tan or black finish.
Reviews
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By USMS Ret.
OKC
July 25, 2013
Quad Mag Carrier
It's what you expect from Galco, Quality! Works well with or without snap flaps on 1911 mags.
Q&A
3 Questions & 3 Answers
James
from NA asked:
February 3, 2014
Will the Quad Carrier accommodate the longer magazines utilized in the TACOPS? Will the straps snap?
1 Answers
we do not show that this item would work correctly.
Customer Service
on February 3, 2014

Jim
from houston, tx asked:
January 31, 2014
Are the straps long enough to accomodate Sig p226 Tacops 15rd 40S&W mags?
1 Answers
Yes we do show that the Sig 226 is listed under the weapon options.
Customer Service
on January 31, 2014

Robert Manger
April 19, 2013
Are the straps removable? Would tension screws alone keep mags secure?
1 Answers
Yes, the retention straps on this Galco Magazine Carrier are removable. The retention screws alone will keep the magazines in place like the magazine carriers on the Miami Classic II Holster, but you will not have the extra security of the straps to hold them in place.
on April 19, 2013

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