This is the main reason we are trying to get away from butt stock magazine pouches. Not only do they add weight to the rifle, but if you get geeked up during an active shooter and do not fully extend your stock you are boned until you unfuck yourself.We've had good luck with blackhawk pouches, they work even on the collapsible stocks, but, be advised, unless your stock is out at full extension, the strap can interfere with the charging handle.
Liberals are like parasites. Once they suck dry one host they move on to the next.I thought JAP was just trying to stay up on current events whilst slaying Zombies...thats right I capitilized Zombies...I think they deserve it.
BTW- WTF happened to NH going D, is there no where safe anymore.
As police officers, we already have something between 20-30lbs of gear on our belts, with our pistol, multiple sets of handcuffs, spare pistol magazines, OC, batons, flashlights, radios, tasers and whatever else we decide to put on the bat-belt. Making room for an additional AR magazine is extremely difficult, unless you give up some other piece of gear, and many things you can't get rid of. "Bailout" bags are great in theory, but poor in practice, as many police officers forget them in the rush of a hot call and they're pretty hard to reload from anyways. Vests are slow and awkward to put on over a duty uniform, and prone to being left behind. Redi-mags are also great in theory, but most types of cruiser cabin mounts prevent using them. Mag-cinch type mag clamps are another idea that works in theory, but in practice we found that the round on the top magazine not actively being used tended to "walk" forward, interfering with magazine changes.JAP particular reason you want it on your stock? I tried a friends m4 with a stock mag pouch and it seemed counter-intuitive preforming a reload. I use the fastmag pouches on my belt and like them a lot.
Our very first set of 40 stock mag pouches were custom-made and prevented this; they only attached at the sling slot point and don't interfere at all with the charging handle (we use only 20-round magazines). But the company that made them was unable to keep up with the numbers we wanted so we had to go with Blackhawk pouches. The most recent version of the Blackhawk pouch we acquired is actually purpose-built for a 20 round magazine, and can be attached pretty securely by only attaching them with the rear slot strap or threading your sling through them, so they're a big improvement. Some guys have experimented with using a Fast Mag zip-tied through the rear slot, with excellent results.This is the main reason we are trying to get away from butt stock magazine pouches. Not only do they add weight to the rifle, but if you get geeked up during an active shooter and do not fully extend your stock you are boned until you unfuck yourself.
We issued these to a limited number of guys, and many ended up taking them off their belt, as they didn't like the way they made your ammo pouch stick out. Some guys turned them into single mag carriers on their belt, not stacked with the pistol mag pouch. We didn't really care as long as they had their spare rifle magazine on their person or on the weapon (or both).This is a new CMI Integrated AR Magazine Pouch for Duty Belts. It allows an AR mag to be carried behind a double mag pouch or similar. Mainly for duty belt use but can be used on other similar size belts.
Correction: we only issue 20-round magazines!"we use only 20-round magazines" Ummmmmmmmm....... errrrrrrrrrrr...... ummmmmm......