Race Master Magazine Pouch
First of its kind, the Race Master magazine pouch was designed by Saul Kirsch, using advanced Cad-Cam software. It is the perfect complementary equipment for the now hugely successful DAA Race Master Holster.
Like the innovative Race Master Holster itself, the Race Master Pouch is a completely original design, unlike anything else seen on the market to date.
It is constructed from aluminum rather than plastic, and this allows a design and performance never before possible in a competition mag pouch. It offers a wider and more diverse range of adjustability and mounting options – and more important, locks rock-solid in the chosen position, not losing its settings until the user chooses to change them.
Its wide range of angle adjustments allows the user to position his magazine “just so”. This feature, combined with a unique and superior retention system, creates a smoother and more consistent release, leading to a more reliable and faster reload.
Unlike all other pouches, this pouch’s pressure adjustment wheel applies its load to the back of the magazine, squeezing the mag tube from back to front rather than from left to right, as most others do. This is a lot more effective, as the magazine’s front and back walls are straight and parallel, while the side walls are tapered on all double-stack mags. This type of contact creates a far smoother draw of the magazine. A few turns of the wheel changes the tension from very loose to very tight, as may be required on a particular course of fire.
The side and back inner plastic spacers are specific to the magazine size. Each pouch is delivered with two sets of spacers: one that fits the larger STI type magazines (assembled as default), and one for the slightly smaller CZ/Tan type double-stack mags. A third pressure spacer is included for Glock/M&P mags. A single-stack adapter is available separately as an accessory.
The hanger system of the Race Master Pouch borrows heavily from the excellent features of the Race Master Holster. The inner side of the hanger fits snugly over the shooter’s outer belt, preventing any rocking motion. Since the hanger can be assembled directly in the chosen position, and does not need to slide all along the belt, it can be made with a tighter fit. The minimalist steel plate on the inside of the hanger causes no separation between your inner and outer belt. This is critical, especially when carrying 3 or 4 pouches side by side. The steel plate can be tightened down, to lock the pouch tightly even on thinner, narrower belts.
The cant and tilt of the pouch is achieved by using a ball-socket joint as in the Race Master Holster. The aluminum ball is locked firmly in place with two set-screws. The ball-socket joint is purposely set off-center on the belt hanger, allowing the user to choose between two heights when fitting the pouch to his belt. The ball joint locks into the body of the holster so that it cannot slip or rotate, even if the center screw comes loose. This is a new and very unique feature of this pouch.
Three mounting points on the pouch body allow for ambidextrous use, as well as making it possible to mount the pouch turned 90 degrees away from the body, as preferred by some shooters.
The DAA Race Master Magazine Pouch is suitable for right- or left-handed shooters, for all double-stack magazines, and is available in Black, Silver, Blue, or Red.
Please note that these pouches are made of aluminium. It is to be expected that the steel magazines will scratch and burr the top edges of the pouch over time, however this has no effect on the function of the pouch.
Note: Will not fit Large Frame Glock (eg. G20/21) or .45 HK magazines
The Race Master Pouches will only fit 1.5" belt systems (will not fit Safariland 1.75" belts).
Race Master Magazine Pouch
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Q: Are the Race Master pouches ambidextrious?
A: All our pouches are ambidextrous and can be turned around to face the other for LH use. The ball joint in the back side of the RM Pouch is not welded. it may just be a tight fit. Remove the screw holding the side spacer, and then pull on the pouch body - it will come loose off the hanger. Turn the pouch body facing the other way, for LH use, and attach the ball joint on the opposite side. again - the fit is design to...
Q: My Race Master pouch has a tight fit to my magazine. Which spacer do I need to file to make a good fit?
A: Take a look at the following video clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnnsG6fvjVc