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His advice is mostly good, but bullets towards midsection doesn’t always work for everyone.
Personally, my experience is with chestrigs and plate carriers with pouches held tight with elastic. In practice, this means that I carry my mags higher on my body than he does, and that the pouch puts up resistance. I have found that keeping my rifle mags with bullets pointing away from my centerline is optimal for me and my equipment because it eliminates fighting to get the mag out of the pouch: with bullets rearward, the curve of the magazine works for me instead of against me.
Amazing that we are having this discussion. But we are having this discussion (training) for cause.
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