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First Look: High Speed Gear EP Series Elastic Magazine Pouch

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High Speed Gear has just released its new EP Series Elastic Magazine pouches, which are designed to conform to a wide variety of tactical rifle and pistol magazines. In addition to having been designed to accept a multitude of magazines from different firearms makes and models, the new High Speed Gear EP Series Elastic Magazine pouches are designed for quick and easy access to make tactical and speed reloads a breeze.

“We took are time with this one, and we are as excited about the EP Series as we are with our TACO line,” says Bill Babboni, COO of High Speed Gear. “At High Speed Gear, our mission is to always provide tactical gear that meets the highest standards of performance and usability. With the Elastic Mag Pouches, we have achieved just that. The innovative design of the EP Series fits what end users have been asking for, a price point ready – durable and reliable mag pouch. The versatility of these pouches makes them an essential addition to any tactical rig or loadout.”

The EP Elastic Magazine pouch is built around a woven polypropylene polymer core, which not only provides an excellent amount of rigidity but also an indexing point for the insertion of any magazine into the pouch. Another versatile aspect found on the EP Series Elastic Magazine pouch is that High Speed Gear made the pouch to work with standard MOLLE webbing, as well as non-standardized MOLLE widths. This makes the new High Speed Gear pouch virtually universal in terms of adaptability and utility with a wide variety of magazines.

These new magazine pouches have a starting retail price of $24 for the standard pistol magazine pouch. Extended magazine pistol EP pouches retail for $26 and rifle magazine pouches for $28. HSGI also offers a handcuff carrier which retails for $30. To learn more, visit highspeedgear.com.


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