HSGI X2R TACO Double Rifle Magazine Pouch - MOLLE

HSGI
SKU:
HSG.314
$49.00
(84 reviews)
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HSGI X2R TACO Double Rifle Magazine Pouch

The Next Evolution in HSGI's extremely popular TACO series of Pouches. Like the original TACO will handle any type of Rifle Magazines thrown at it. Able to carry 2 Magazines in a single Pouch eliminates the need for double stacking TACO's. The pouch is one piece of 4 layer laminated Cordura with 2 Plastic Brackets which are separated by a HDPE sheet. The HDPE sheet has a 1" webbing sewn on it which adds a bungee loop at the top for over the top bungee retention. Made of Cordura, Polymer, and shock-cord. It is silent when stuck against and while extracting the mag.

The "X2R TACO" maintains a positive grip on the mags, which is adjustable and does not need any other use of a securing system unless desired upon by user preference. Webbing tabs are sewn in on the top of the Cordura and HDPE separator for use of "over the top" bungee retainers if desired (not included). Additional loop velcro is sewn in the inside if the user wishes to use adhesive backed hook velcro on his magazine body for added security.

Covered by HSGI's Lifetime Warranty. Made in the USA. HSG Clips Included.

Reviews

  • 5
    Worst tacos I ever had!

    Posted by Andrew S on 22nd Jul 2016

    Dood! Theys like wicked good dood! Seriously these pouches make my pee pee hard. I just wish they weren't so god damn expensive because that actually makes my pee pee soft, which is my only real complaint about them because my pee pee gets pretty gosh darn soft I dun reckon. In all seriousness they go in and out easily and don't drop anything, and with a simple design remarkably. I highly recommend these.

  • 4
    Wow

    Posted by Josh on 20th Apr 2016

    I purchased 2 of these. I wasnt sure if the tension would be enough to secure my AR mags or if I would need bungie keepers or tabs over the top. Boy was I suprise! I had to let out some tension cause they hold so tight. After having them for weeks now, I am not concerned about my mags falling out at all. Great product, easy to set up, and worth every penny.

  • 5
    Excellent Retention and Also Good For Radios

    Posted by Roger That on 20th Apr 2016

    If you are running a Baofeng or similar HAM radio in your gear, you can cut some of the plastic out of the sidewalls of this rig and slip a radio into it. Also the best rifle mag pouch on the market.

  • 4
    Awesome

    Posted by Drew on 11th Feb 2016

    Tight hold, but quick draw.

  • 5
    Taco's and SKD

    Posted by Michael C H on 3rd Feb 2016

    The HGSI TACO's do what they say they do. Are very durable, and versatile. Exactly what I was looking for. SKD shipped lightning fast as usual and I'm forming a nice collection of SKD stickers. Keep up the great work.

  • 5
    I love these pouches

    Posted by C Long on 17th Jan 2016

    Switching between a 556 and a 762, these are the best mag pouches I've come across. Good retention, fit, and access.

  • 5
    HSGI double mag pouches

    Posted by Jeff on 21st Dec 2015

    HSGI stuff is Great. SKD is better fast shipping good packaging.

  • 5
    Why buy singles?

    Posted by Just one of the guys on 8th Oct 2015

    I stripped off my single tacos and replaced them with doubles. Everyone likes to talk about running singles so they can get close to the ground on their belly. I call BS on that. The extra 3/4" of room on your belly is worth the extra 90 rounds of ammo you'll have when you run three of these abreast. 556 is light comparatively, so carrying 180 total rounds on your belly is very realistic. Ask anyone that has ever been in a gunfight if they wish they had less ammo that day and your decision will be made for you.

  • 5
    Without a doubt very handy.

    Posted by Rando on 8th Oct 2015

    Simply put, this pouch does the trick. Being able to switch from the Mk17 SCAR to an M4 without switching my pouches every time i go out is crucial, id say to any operators kit. These pouches save time and money. My only complaint is the cords that adjust the magazine tension fray a bit when low crawling. Still holding up after some decent abuse. Two thumbs up.