- suitable for IPSC
- suitable for service
- adjustable grip
- easily accessible
- attachment to sports belts
- attachment to tactical belts
The belt holsters for PCC magazines fit perfectly for the magazine you have chosen. They are pressed at high pressure and exactly the right temperature. The holster has sharp detailed indentations that turn into round and smooth hand-cut edges. By adjustable grip, you choose the optimal resistance when removing the magazine from the holster.
Where and how it is worn:
These holsters are most often worn on a sports belt and are suitable for shooting ranges, especially for IPSC.
Types of belt attachment:
You can choose from two mounting methods for the outside holster, which are then mounted with Chicago screws and are a part of the package. For standard sports belts we recommend our IPSC sports mount, for other belts we recommend Tek-Lok.
Sports IPSC mount
Especially suitable for 40mm sports belts. You can place an M4 magazine or a magnet on the mount. The magazines are nicely removed from the body and at the same time they do not even move on the belt.
A popular and universal mount in our country, used mainly for IPSC - sports holsters. But it can be used just as well for a tactical holster. It is away from the body, so the magazines are easily accessible. On Tek-Lok, you can set the width of the belt for which you use it, up to 55 mm.
Inclination and configuration:
Each holster has multiple holes pre-drilled. By screwing the mounts in different positions, you can adjust the tilt as needed.
Each holster has an automatic adjustable grip. This allows you to control how much the holster should resist when removing the magazine.
A magnet can be added to each sports IPSC magazine mount, which serves as a magazine holder, for example, in a situation where you have to collect the magazines from the table and quickly store one. Inserting it in the holster can be unfortunate and time consuming. That's why you quickly snap it to the magnet and shoot. However, you will most appreciate it as a storage place after finishing shooting.