If you are practicing good magazine discipline, you have probably run into a situation where you have to change out an almost-empty/partially-filled magazine for a fresh one prior to entering a firefight. This is called a “tactical reload”. What to do with that other magazine though? You don’t want to put it in your dump pouch as, if things go bad, those few BBs left in the magazine could save your bacon. You don’t want to put it in your pouches for full magazines as you don’t want to get them confused in the intensity of of playing a game. Enter: The Regulation Tactical Reflex Mag Pouch Mk2.┬áThis mag pouch is where your tactical reloads go to hang out until you need to use them or are done playing. We would like to thank our friends over at AirsoftExtreme for sending us one to review.

The Regulation Tactical Reflex Mag Pouch Mk2 comes in Black, Ranger Green, Coyote Brown, and Multicam colors – with the Multicam variant costing an additional $5 dollars. It can be configured for three different magazine arrangements: Double-Stack, Single-Stack, and a Low-Profile option. In the Double-Stack mode, the metal insert is removed and two M4 airsoft magazines can be used in the pouch together. In this mode, a single magazine tends to move around in the pouch due to the lack of back-pressure. In Single-Stack mode, the metal insert is left inside the pouch and allows one magazine to be used in the pouch at any one time. It should be noted that, while in this mode, you can get two magazines to fit in the pouch at the same time. However, it is not to spec and it can cause problems in removing or inserting a magazine into the pouch. In Low-Profile mode the insert is removed and the back flaps are broken down a bit. This reduces the overall size of the pouch and fits one M4 style magazine. My personal choice is using the Reflex Mag Pouch Mk2 in Double-Stack mode, but you will have to try it to figure out what works for you.

One of the bets things about the Reflex Mag Pouch Mk2 is that it is capable of fitting multiple types of M4-style airsoft magazines. Standard M4 style magazines, PMAGS, EMAGS, and a plethora of others can fit inside this pouch with minor adjustments. The one type of magazine that absolutely will not work in the pouch are the Lancer style magazines with the large ridges that jut out from its surface. There is also a removable flap that hangs forward off the magazines via some cord when in use so that it wont’ get lost and, more importantly, not get in the way of accessing the pouch.

The Regulation Tactical Reflex Mag Pouch Mk2 retails for $29.99 unless you want the Multicam version which is an additional $5 dollars. You can find them over at airsoft e-tailer, AirsoftExtreme – just use the product link below.

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