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HTC™ SMG Mag Holder

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HTC™ SMG Mag Holder

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$62.00
Product code: 368

HTC™ SMG Mag Holders allow an operator to carry additional SMG magazines securely and discreetly.

The SMG Mag Holder can be worn as an individual component, joined together with additional mag carriers, or integrated with other HTC Low Profile System™ components into a full rig.

Variants are available to accommodate the following weapon systems:

  • NEW!! CZ Scorpion EVO
  • H&K MP5
  • H&K MP7
  • Colt 9mm SMG
  • Glock 33rd 9mm / .40
  • High-Capacity .45 ACP Double Stack Polymer Magazines
  • Sig Sauer MPX
  • B&T MP9 / TP9 / APC9 / P26 / KH9
  • B&T APC45

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HTC™ SMG Mag Holders allow an operator to carry additional SMG magazines securely and discreetly.

The SMG Mag Holder can be worn as an individual component, joined together with additional mag carriers, or integrated with other HTC Low Profile System™ components into a full rig.

Variants are available to accommodate the following weapon systems:

  • NEW!! CZ Scorpion EVO
  • H&K MP5
  • H&K MP7
  • Colt 9mm SMG
  • Glock 33rd 9mm / .40
  • High-Capacity .45 ACP Double Stack Polymer Magazines
  • Sig Sauer MPX
  • B&T MP9 / TP9 / APC9 / P26 / KH9
  • B&T APC45
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HTC™ is a veteran-owned small business specializing in the development of low profile tactical gear for close protection and/or low-visibility operations in both permissive & non-permissive environments.

Over a decade of operational experience has gone into developing our product line. Each intricate detail is the culmination of countless hours of research and development. However, this research wasn't conducted in a lab. The evolution of our products is the direct result of hundreds of mission hours in some of the world's most dangerous environments.

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