The Copia magazine carriers are premium, duty-grade, injection-molded magazine carriers designed for hard-use, daily concealed carry. Their innovative cavity design and retention system allows them to be used ambidextrously with the double-stack magazines of nearly 100 different handgun models chambered in 9/40/357.
They are available in singles or doubles, and have a body-hugging contour which is not only more comfortable than traditional magazine carriers; it is also more concealable.
|M&P 9mm/40 Double Stack|
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Posted by Michael Lang on 2nd Jun 2017
Just got my mag carriers and I am very happy with them. I wanted the double mag carrier in the short profile, but they were not in stock at the time so I went with 2 singles. I was able to join them together using the supplied hardware, and everything went together great. I'm happy it worked out this way, because now I have 2 carriers that I can use in either a single or double orientation whereas I would have been stuck with just the double if I had of ordered that one. The only negative for me is that I would like the option of clips that slide over the belt rather than the loops.
Posted by Unknown on 22nd May 2017
The screws frequently needed to be retightened during a vickers training class. Also a thick belt wont slide through because there's a ledge on the underside rather than being flat. I had to have the carrier further back than I liked (I'm a lefty). Wish a standard Kydex mag carrier (like the raven one for glocks in 45) was available for double stack 9 magazines. Another downside is the 2 mag carriers are riveted together so you cant seperate them into 2 singles.
Posted by Dave on 30th Apr 2017
A magazine carrier is not a cerebral project, but does require experiance with weapons anda minimalist approach. This carrier is not overthought nor is it done cheaply. It is exactly what I wanted. Thanks!
Posted by Mark S on 20th Apr 2017
Very nice Mag carrier. Retention system is excellent . the only downside is i wish the base was contoured for the the bullets instead of being flat. I do understand that not doing that makes it ambidextrous but I would rather order by side than have it flat
Posted by William Strickland on 8th Apr 2017
I have a couple different holders that I thought were less than ideal but decided to give rcs copia a try because I heard good things from p&s. In retrospect from previous holsters and belt combos this thing is fantastic. I almost don't even feel I am wearing it. Nice and tight hug on a sub par belt (Carharts 1.5"). It feels like it rides perfect owb. Only reason I'm giving a 4 is because 4.9 isn't an option and they should have in the description that to iwb carry this u need the soft loops. So I had to make another purchase. Other than that's all overlook on the description it's great!!!
Posted by Strada on 18th Feb 2017
Great fit for my 9 mm and 40 S&W double stacks. My double stack 45 ACP are too big for these. Love the rigidity of these. Very solid on the belt due to the spread of the loops. Also because of the design the mags are separated sufficiently to enable interference free reloading draw when carrying two mags. I have the older design and like the narrowness of those, but the mags are close together. The edges are not as well rounded and smooth as their older units.
Posted by Evan on 9th Jan 2017
Most comfortable carrier I have owned! Combine that with the versatility of fitting all your other guns mags you can't beat it.
Posted by Rob on 8th Jan 2017
Let me start by saying that I think this mag carrier is good, but I feel that this new evolution of the Raven mag carriers missed a couple of details from the previous version.
My likes: conceals very well for a double mag carrier due to its flexibility, short profile is a great new feature, works with basically any double stack mag, love the new tensioning method, and seems to be of good kydex material.
My dislikes: having the flat surface at the bottom of the mag carrier, versus the old mag carriers that were molded for your rounds to point forward, causes your rounds to rattle around why carrying your spare mags. I have one of the older Raven mag carriers that they no longer offer and I have never heard any rattling from the same mags that I am using in the new mag carrier. I also do not like the fact that this new version of the Raven mag carrier does not have the high polish edges that their holsters and previous mag carrier had. I am guessing this is because these new mag carriers are not molded by Raven.
So overall, I like the mag carrier, but I would like to see them refined more to meet the previous Raven quality I have come to expect. If you were looking at a new mag carrier, I would recommend them if you can deal with the rattle issue because their conceal-ability is great.
Posted by JReagan on 28th Oct 2016
Copia mag carriers are the right piece of equipment at the right time. My instructor staff has been slowly moving away from battle belt designs to more slim line belts and equipment. These magazine carriers offer modular use, adjustable tension, and the scalability necessary to reduce a lot of the gear we have to pack for multiple classes. We can use them in our LE patrol courses and our LE tac team courses without having a large disparity in our equipment versus students. While we are still in the T & E phase the Copia Mag Carriers have been sturdy, efficient, and modular. Plus, we haven't broken one like the other plastic/kydex options we have tried. Now we just need an FDE option.
Posted by E. Alan Normandy on 21st Oct 2016
This little pouch works for every thing. It's subdued, fits close to the body and takes up a very small imprint. Just waiting for these to come in FDE and we are rocking. Thanks RCS!