New Wilderness Pocket Modular Pouch Adapts to Your Needs

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Wilderness Tactical Products introduces newly engineered mag pouches giving users ease of use and secure carry.

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Wilderness Tactical Products, LLC

Continually striving for perfection in engineering and user experience has been the mantra for the R&D department at Wilderness Tactical Products for decades. That same thinking is what recently contributed to the newly introduced Pocket Modular Pouch.
Wilderness Tactical Products' new Pocket Modular Pouch system was designed to offer a convenient and secure way to carry spare magazines for popular small autos like the Glock 42/43, Ruger LCP/LC9, S&W Shield, and Springfield XDs. These pistols are often carried in IWB holsters or pocket holsters, but with no spare magazines. Our PMP system makes it easy to carry extra ammunition for these low-capacity pistols, as well as numerous other EDC (everyday carry) accessories.

The pouches come in three sizes:

  • “Small" fits single-stack .380ACP/9mm metal mags (Ruger LCP, Colt Mustang, Sig P238, etc.) and smaller. Appropriate for smaller gentleman’s folder pocket knives, small multitools, etc.
  • “Medium" fits single-stack .45ACP metal mags (1911), .380/9mm polymer mags (Glock 42/43) and smaller. Appropriate for North American/Freedom Arms mini-revolvers with 1-5/8” bbl. or shorter, most multitools, large pocket knives, single-cell utility flashlights.
  • “Large" fits .45ACP/10mm polymer mags and smaller. Appropriate for double-stack 9mm/.40S&W mags.

They may be used as singles for smaller pockets, however their unique modular pairing system also lets you combine two pouches of the same or different sizes. As a pair, connected by the Velcro mutual flap system, they work well in larger pockets such as cargo or tactical pants, field jackets, or backpack pockets. This lets you carry a wide variety of items safely in your pants pocket, including full-sized single-stack and double-stack magazines, multitools, folding knives, flashlights, and more. The pouches also feature removable, Velcro-backed “sticky” patches of grippy rubberized material to minimize shifting and aid retention inside the pocket when drawing items from the pouches.

Derived from our Wilderness Mag Pouches, the PMP is constructed with a rugged shell of 1000d Cordura nylon, Velcro-brand hook-and-loop- fastener, and a polymer liner for stiffness. We do not use foam inside these pouches to intentionally reduce drag and prevent having the pouch inadvertently come out with the item.

The pouches are shipped closed for your custom fitting. The included black polymer sizing strip should initially be inserted with your item into the pouch and used to adjust the final level of retention, allowing reduced friction and easier removal of the item from the pouch. After 1-3 days with the chosen item inserted, the pouch will retain the correct sizing and typically requires no further adjustment. The sizing strip may be trimmed, but we recommend “clipping” the corners at an angle to avoid sharp edges. A larger magazine or item may also be used to speed up the process, but be judicious not to oversize it.

With every branded product proudly manufactured in the USA, Wilderness Tactical Products’ complete line of tactical equipment can be viewed and purchased online at

About Wilderness Tactical Products:
Wilderness Tactical Products, L.L.C. was founded in 1981 to fill the needs of people who demanded durable, high-quality equipment. Their products have been tested from the icy mountain peaks of South America to the blistering Sonoran desert for nearly 30 years and they have proven themselves time and again. Wilderness Tactical Products’ branded products have consistently been favorites of serious outdoors people, mountain climbers, search and rescue, American Pistol Institute and Gunsite personnel, as well as armed military, intelligence, police, instruction and civilian professionals around the world. For additional information please call 1-800-775-5650 or visit

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