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Double Alpha Racer Mag Pouch
In 2011 we introduce the all aluminum Race Master Magazine Pouches, the first of their kind. Their innovative design is so different from other model pouches, that all who used them were instantly fans.
However, their one shortcoming is their high price tag... A $60 pouch is not affordable by all, especially when you consider that you need 3 or 4 of them on your belt. So we set out to develop and produce a plastic molded version of this same winning design, and we are proud to introduce the all new DAA Racer Magazine Pouch, the perfect mate for the DAA Racer Holster!
The DAA Racer pouches borrow heavily from the Race Master Pouch. In fact, we took the very same body design, modified it to suite plastic mounding requirements, while maintaining the exact same unique “pressure from the back” adjustable holding system that has proven so successful. Interchangeable inserts allow you to go from larger 2011 mags to smaller CZ/Tan mags. A third pressure spacer is included for Glock and M&p mags. A single stack spacer is available as an accessory as well.
The pouch is completely ambidextrous, allowing easy mounting for left hand or right had users. And you can even mount the pouch at 90deg away from the body, just as you can in the RM version.
The belt-hanger of the pouch utilizes the same minimalist steel plate design, which eliminates separation between your inner and outer belt. The belt hanger has been simplified though - there is no ball joint as in the aluminum RM pouch, as that could simply not be realized in plastic in this size. However, the pouch can be adjusted for tilt in very small steps, allowing each shooter to find the right angle for their preference. Once the correct angle is set, and the centre screw tightened, the serrations in the connector piece lock up, preventing any possibility of the pouch rotating until the centre screw is loosened several turns.
While these pouches may not offer the unique look and feel of the all aluminum Race Master pouches, or the ball joint tilt base, they are robust and durable, and the performance you can expect is very bit as good as that of it big brother.
And with a price tag of a little over half the Race Master pouches, the Racer Pouch will be the prefect choice for many.
Note: Will not fit Large Frame Glock (eg. G20/21) or .45 HK magazines
The Racer Pouches will only fit 1.5" belt systems (will not fit Safariland 1.75" belts).
- Bullet nose out (Ben Style) and bullet nose forward (conventional) mounting option
- Works with Double Stack Mags
- Available Colors : Black, Red, Blue, Silver, Pink
- 3.3 oz approximate weight
Posted by Brian on Jan 30th 2018
These things work great. No need to spend the extra money for the fancy version. I got these for my glock 34 mags. They are easy to set up and simple to adjust the tension.
excellent for production and carry optics
Posted by Phil on Oct 25th 2017
bought for Walther PPQ mags. Fairly easy to install the spacers and the adjustments work perfectly. Adjustments are such that magazines can be seated loose or firm and when firm are quite secure when running. Returned a previous order of mag pouches for credit and customer service was great--got an immediate credit.
Worth the premium
Posted by John on Aug 18th 2017
I used one of these a month ago, and loved it so much that I came home from the match and ordered 4 more to fill my belt.
The mounting system makes for no separation between the inner and outer belts, which is great. The blade-tech pouches I was using previously left a big gap and had a tendency to shift, which meant I had to adjust them before every stage.
Adjusting these to bullets-out is simple, but my only complaint is that you need to drill a hole in the side in order to make accessing the screw easier. The Racemaster includes this hole already, and I'd like to see DAA add that feature to this pouch. That's the only thing that keeps this from being a 5-star product.
Worth the Money!!
Posted by Ross Mason on Jun 26th 2017
used these in a match this last weekend and they worked great! Loved the versatility and comfort of them on the belt! I was also impressed with how fast they shipped. Ordered them on a Friday and they showed up on Wednesday! Customer for life!
I wish i had bought these from.the start.
Posted by Dan on Jun 7th 2017
Great mag pouch/holder. I wish i had someone to tell me about this style from the start. These are very affordable, even not being to high end aluminum one's. These are great for mid level shooters in both USPSA and 3 Gun.
Great design - puts a lot of faith in you to locktite
Posted by HumbleMarksman on Apr 17th 2017
The design for this product is awesome. When it's dialed in and adjusted correctly - and locktite'd (this bits important)- they're my favorite pouches I've tried. If you go bullets out you'll need to drill a small hole to get the wrench in to clamp the pouch to the belt mount - just go ahead and do this out of the gate, don't mess around 1/6 a turn at a time some of the time. The acorn nut and bolt that hold on the side spacer when you go bullets out will come loose and walk out with use. It took a 6 year old with a flash light to retreive these pieces, and they don't send extra!
So that said, the product is fantastic when you have everything tightened down like it's supposed to be. Docked a star for not standing up to this idiot initially.
Posted by JimB on Mar 3rd 2017
I bought these mag pouches for my son and myself. Great quality. Seem to be very adjustable.
Great holster for the price
Posted by Raymond on Oct 17th 2016
I was having issues with retention of other holstet while running doing transitions. They used to fall when I was running or grabbing a magazine. This holster keep retention very well while doing fast transitions.
Posted by Unknown on Oct 3rd 2016
I'm using these in USPSA with my S&W M&P Pro 9mm. Also a lefty. These work as advertised. You get 2 side plates and 3 tensioner plates with each holster. M&P mags seem to sit in between the medium and thickest tension plates. You either need to use all of the adjustment screw or none at all depending on what plate you use. I went with the thickest to leave me some leeway to adjust tighter if the spring wears in. I'm happy with the tension fit and they are smooth on the draw. Appreciate as a left hander that you give up nothing when swapping them over. The tension wheel is still accessible as if you were a righty.