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Here’s an option for solving your AR mag storage problems. MagStorage Soltuions is turning out mag storage racks for your safe, car, wherever. The injection molded plastic model that can be screw- or magnet-mounted to your safe holds six mags (including 10- and 20- rounders). They run $29.95. For a more robust solution – usually in a truck or car – they make steel MagSafe models in three- and six-mag configurations ($89.95 and $109.95 respectively). The MagSafes include a velcro strap to keep everything in place while you’re tooling around . . .





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  1. I like the idea, but it seems to take up a lot of space to organize a few magazines. Also for that price, I will take an extra dozen pmag’s and just throw them in a bag like the rest of my mags.

  2. And if you keep your mags in a bag you can take them with you. No one goes through six mags from their front seat.

  3. This is not new, LaRue Tactical has been selling these (same brand and everything) for at least the past year in their online store. Feel like I saw them at Brownells too.

  4. pretty useless idea except places like tactical training institutions would probably like these quite a bit.

  5. I use an MTM magazine carry case. It’s a plastic ammo can with foam inserts stores 10 ar 30 end mags. Portable and cheap. I keep one box loaded at all times. It’s part of mySHTF plan. I’d like to have 300 ready that way.

  6. Got couple of Craftsman tool bags, 13L X 8.5W X 8H approx, they hold about thirty 30 round mags. One for loaded and one for empty.

  7. I have one on my safe. I store the bulk of my mags elsewhere, but a few preloaded mags for home defense, protection against animals, hunting, etc are nice to have at hand.

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