Southern Dandy wrote: »
While I understand the problem and what is an easy solution by bren there must be a way of tackling the problem which is the giant mag release button the hi-cappa has, There must be an aftermarket part to prevent it from releasing by accident.
I remember A.I made a diy solution by cuttin a piece of pvc and shaping it around the mag release button. Nice bit of work have to say, ill try and see if I can find it for ye somewhere. While most people are not overly fussy about quick mag changes it might save ye a bit of time changing it with yer mag holder solution.
Inari wrote: »
To be honest I thought the solution was rather simple - use tape/velcro/elastic etc, or use a molded plastic holster such as the Serpa. It's the fault of the fabric-based holsters. Most of them are cheaply made to fit a majority of pistols, and this universal ability comes at the price of tripping mag releases. If you get custom made fabric holsters for a specific pistol, or even for a range of pistols, they'll typically be more rigid and less likely to press the switch.
Personally I'd just use electrical tape if using a universal holster (cheap as hell, just durable enough to hold a mag in without affecting reloading at all), or use a serpa.
jayod30 wrote: »
I have this product called mag guard. One of the best investments I've made considering the price of replacement magshttp://www.evike.com/product_info.php?products_id=29861