Most of us don’t have much use for a double magazine holster outside of classes and training sessions where they come in awfully handy. If you’re a new gun owner about to take your first training course, having a good magazine holster beats trying to stuff them in a pocket. You probably don’t want to spend much, and that’s where TEGE’s Double Magazine Pouch comes in.
TEGE — a Chinese company — calls this thing a magazine “pouch” for some reason. But this double magazine holster does everything you need a mag holster to do and does it at a very affordable price.
The polymer holster is designed for 9mm and .40 S&W magazines.
Each side has two tabs molded into the polymer that press against the magazine for retention. This isn’t rocket science, but it work and works well.
There’s also a retention screw between the two magazine slots you can adjust with the provided Allen wrench to fine tune it.
You can even adjust the holster’s cant if want to and the paddle will accommodated belts up to two inches wide.
I tried the holster with SIG, GLOCK, Beretta APX and FN double stack mags and the magazine held all of them well. I could jump up and down and not worry about magazines flying out.
While the holster wasn’t designed for them, I pout a couple of single stack 1911 mags in and, while a little snug, they work. And you don’t have to struggle to pull them out for quick mag changes.
In the end, the TEGE double magazine pouch is simple, durable, and affordable enough to be a good choice for new shooters…or even more experienced gun owners who don’t want to drop a lot of cash on a mag holster. They retail for about $21.00.