NEW TacticalWalls Hide-A-Mag

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posted on June 2, 2016
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TacticalWalls has come up with a solution for gun owners who are in need of an under-desk or countertop solution to conceal a firearm or spare magazine—the Hide-A-Mag magnetic mount.

The mount—which provides more than 35 pounds of retention—works by using a rare-earth magnet encased in an inconspicuous, matte black, durable plastic. It requires no gravity and attaches simply (using supplied screws) into any area measuring 4" x 1"x ¼”.

   

"The firearms retention magnets found within our existing sliding units brought about several requests from TacticalWalls customers for a high-strength magnet that could be placed at strategic locations in one's home, vehicle, or work place,” said Tim Matter, founder and president of TacticalWalls. “We developed the Hide-A-Mag to answer this call and become an inexpensive, yet valuable accessory for those looking for additional avenues to conceal firearms and accessories."

Hide-A-Mag, produced in the U.S. using U.S.-sourced materials, is designed to work with most any handgun or edged blade; even polymer-framed guns contain enough steel. Metal-lined magazines also tuck up and away smoothly and quietly. For more, visit tacticalwalls.com. MSRP: $16.99.

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