Neomag’s nifty pocket reload magnet solves a typical problem (VIDEO)

11/13/18 10:00 AM | by

Neomag. (Photo: Ben Brown/Guns.com)

Have you been wanting to carry a spare mag but finding it hard to add another piece of gear to your belt? A solution to this that I have found is placing my reload in my pocket using the Neomag. Placing your reload in your pocket might seem a little unconventional but this product will position your reload for success.

The Neomag uses a rare earth magnet with a strong titanium pocket clip to maintain the orientation of your double or single stack magazine in your pocket. The Neomag holds the magazine below the pocket line to conceal the magazine. Because this product does use a magnet, magazines will need to be metal or have metal liners (Glock mags). It will will work with .380 auto through .45 acp.

Reloading from the Neomag actually came a little more intuitively than I originally expected. You can index the bullets forward or backward to match how you would typically reload from a belt. When ready to reload from the pocket simply pinch the mag with your thumb and pointer finger and then pull. After a few reps this technique became fairly easy to repeat with success.

The Neomag provided me a solution. Specifically, the Neomag moves into my EDC when I need to dress up or when I am wearing more summery clothes with less layers that would help conceal. It is also a fast and easy way to slip a spare mag into my pocket when I am running out the door.

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