I’d spent months looking for an easy-to-conceal, easy-to-draw pocket magazine holster for concealed carry. With the Snagmag the search is over.
Every now and then a product comes along that is so purely original, and so-simple-it’s-stupid, that it leaves you muttering something completely unoriginal like, “Why didn’t I think of that?”
The Snagmag is one of those rare gems. It’s a pocketknife look-alike mag holder. On first blush this thing looked to be the ideal solution to carry more rounds. It was a first impression that proved accurate.
The product achieved the perfect balance between magazine retention and ease of extraction. It conceals—disguises, really—your mag, holding it securely inside of your pocket. The shroud (to which the clip is attached) covers the mag from the outside.
During testing I found that the Snagmag conceals single-stack mags better than doubles, but doubles are still hidden extremely well.
I tested two models, one for the full-sized double-stack Glock 22 mag, and a smaller version for the Sig P232 single-stack mag. Both worked equally well. No problems drawing, and no one looked twice at the pocket clip.
What I liked about the Snagmag Magazine Holster:
- Doesn't add bulk or weight to your belt
- Instantly accessible
- Totally disguised (as a pocket knife)
- Holds mag in the best possible position for a draw
- Easy to extract mag
- Excellent retention in pocket for positive draw
- Available for most makes and models of handguns
Was There Anything I Didn’t Like?
Bottom line: I never go anywhere now without a spare magazine, thanks to the Snagmag.
It's affordable, comfy, easily accessible and fast—truly the better mousetrap of concealed carry mag pouches. It works. If you carry concealed, get one.