D&L Sports™, Inc.
Kydex 1911 Dual Magazine Pouch
This Dual 1911 Single Stack magazine pouch was designed by Dave Lauck to be ultra practical and comfortable for long term wear. Suited to 1¾" belts. Fully tension adjustable to fit a variety of single stack 1911 magazines with just the right tension. Contoured belt loop to the body, and a slight tip out design which stops the magazines from digging into the wearers side when the belt is tightened. Excellent draw stroke of the magazines is retained. No injection molded junk. Professional quality.
Prices available on request
   Received quad magazine pouch today. I am totally impressed with the quality of the D&L product. It sure beats those wimpy Blade-Tech quad pouches. I've had to replace three Blade Tech junk pouches and I'm tired of it.
   I practiced mag exchanges with both 8 round and 10 round mags and beat my par time every time. The tension was perfect.
Police Officer
Operators using adjustable tension kydex pouches should adjust the tension to suit their individual requirements, then set the fasteners in place with blue loctite #242 to prevent fastener loss and to maintain the desired tension.

Gratefully received both mag carriers today. I have retired the other junk I was using. Your carriers appear that an M1A2 Abrams could run them over without damage.
Thanks. I should have bought these sooner, but I trusted Comp-Tac. No more. No more Blade Tech either. I'm running out of Kydex companies, save one.
We had our monthly qualification, both on and off-duty. No problem for the full sized, cleaned the course. No problem. I then brought out the D&L 45 for off-duty. In any event I go up to the line with one of our firearm instructors who is shooting his Smith J-Frame, and one of our Patrol guys who is built like King Kong and could probably bench press the Empire State Building.
King Kong shows up with a Ruger LC something in .380. Of course, being the guy I am, I tell him and I quote: "that little thing will never grow up to be a real gun, not ever." (Profanity left out) He says "What? I imagine you're carrying a 1911."
I then showed him. At the three yard line, he sprayed ten of those little .380 rounds all over. After I fired mine, the range instructor behind me said "nice hole." All ten rounds went into a hole about 1.0" in diameter.
Thanks again for great gear.
Police Shooter

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