OP Tactical Now Carrying EMDOM’s Universal Rifle Magazine Pouch


OP Tactical is now carrying the ENDOM Universal Rifle Magazine Pouch.

Emdom’s Universal Rifle Magazine Pouch is designed to hold nearly any rifle magazine of various capacities. It utilizes elastic loops which are fully user adjustable and replaceable, as well as a foam insert which provides tension and an internal hypalon lining for additional retention. The Universal Rifle Magazine Pouch is MOLLE/PALS compatible, and comes with two MALICE clips.


Available in MultiCam, Coyote, and Green.

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20 Responses to “OP Tactical Now Carrying EMDOM’s Universal Rifle Magazine Pouch”

  1. Henrik says:

    I am both a big HSGI and EMDOM fan. I had the TACOs since they first came out (with the black kydex) and bought more with the polymer. Nice to see that EMDOM borrowed the design and improved it even more.

  2. xpoqx says:

    Kind of suprised that there is no impending lawsuit from HSGI agaisnt ENDOM for copyright infringement. This looks to be a blatent copy of thier flagship product.

    • SSD says:

      No patent.

    • joe says:

      Different adjustment method on the bungee, no open side covered with polymer insert, no distinctive bungee cat’s cradle across the front, no parts changeout to go from single to double mags or back…. A lawsuit would be like SDS suing Condor, EMDOM, Tactical Tailor, et al, because their dual M4 pouches are too similar to the RACK or MOLLE versions.

    • Jon, OPT says:

      Not patented or copyrighted.

      Emdom is one of the few companies we still keep that is not Berry compliant due to the close partnership with Military Morons on designs and some very unique designs.

      I added this (I am the product selector for OPT) based on the improvements to the original design. Tyr also has a close copy, as well as some other companies.

      If something shows improvement or a different approach to a great concept, I am willing to support it.

      Jon, OPT

      • Jon, OPT says:

        I get it, you don’t like their gear, you made your point, more than once.

        Guess who has served and has used their stuff down range, with success? Me, the product selector for the site. I’m the filter.

        You do realize that 80% of the gear inventors in the industry now and before never served a day in their life.

        Own any TACOs? Guess who invented it who never served?

        Own any Multicam? Guess who never served, who’s company invented that?

        Own any Eagle? SOE? Maxpedition? First Spear? MSA? Mystery Ranch? Kifaru? BDS? High Ground? etc, etc, etc…

        The list goes on, and on, and on…

        Serving gives insight others don’t have, but it’s not a pre-req. What makes a good gear designer is the ability to understand need and transform that into a product.

        Oh, and the guy who approved the UCP pattern on our ACUs… was serving when he did that.

        Jon, OPT

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        • Mike D says:

          I also used multiple EMDOM products on my last couple of deployments to Iraq. They held up quite well, much better than some US made products that I have had that were similar. I am a fan of keeping jobs local, but EMDOM is quality gear of an interesting design.

          Furthermore, the ever popular BCACKHAWK! brand makes all of their stuff in Vietnam, yet people purchase it without even blinking. And what about the other end of the spectrum? Is “Made in Canada” insufficient for Mr. FNB? I ask because Arc’Teryx makes some of the most bombproof clothing and gear, yet don’t manufacture it in America.

        • Matt K. says:

          I generally love the stuff this Jon guy says.

    • Chris K. says:

      Hong Kong is definitely not China. Hong Kong’s labor cost is very much in line with US based cost, the quality and standards are higher, no comparison.

    • Riceball says:

      Like being made is some sort of absolute guarantor of a quality product.

  3. mike says:

    Tyr has the superior implementation of this, especially since it uses MOLLE instead of those infernal MALICE clips.

    That said, this is step forward since it’s not a bungee soup. TACO pouches are a snag hazards snag hazard and they look pretty messy.

    • Chris K. says:

      These will come with the Gen 2 MALICE Clips (thinner and lighter), and you don’t need to just use MALICE Clips to attach. These can also be mounted direct to belts and even adjustable for ride height.

      • mike says:

        Gen2 MALICE clips (appropriately named) are just as bad, frankly.

        Whiskey Two Four has their WTFix hypalon loops that I’m using and loving. It’s especially nice because you can weave them in the MOLLE without drinking yourself into a stupor to quell the anger.

        • Phil says:

          hahaha, glad I’m not the only one 😀 !

        • balais says:

          The only thing good about MALICE clips is that they stay on when attached. If you switch your gear around a lot, they’re probably not the best choice.

          Yeah I fondly remember attaching taco pouches to a MOLLE belt. Not fun.

  4. Eddie says:

    Any idea if these will work with HK417 mags?

    The lip on the outside of the mag catches on the bungee of both the TACO and the Tyr Tactical version. Hopefully this pouch will work for those of us who use both 5.56 and the shoebox sized 417 mags

  5. Darrel says:

    I have two, and they are permanent fixtures on by belt. I have two other Emdom products, the Vehicle Hydration Carrier, and immediate access Pistol Mag pouch. All of them are fantastic.

    They are made with real materials and good stitching. I couldn’t care less if something is made in China or not. I have plenty of “American Made” products that are crap. Redundant stitching does not equal quality in all cases.

    Concerning these pouches, they are so far superior to the TACOs that I laughed that I was stupid enough to buy TACOs in the first place. They don’t close on you. You can’t imagine how useful this is when you are in the dark or lights out and you need to find the pouch without turning around. You can absolutely count on it being open when you need it to be. With speed reload pouches, the problem to solve is not the draw, it is the return, or loading. These are a bit heavy, I wish they lessened the weight slightly, but aside from that, I am impressed and will keep using them until they break.