The Company Behind Your Favorite Firearm Accessories Make A Pretty Slick Wallet, Too

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While you probably know them for tactical gear — P-Mags, weapon stocks and the like — Magpul makes some other handy stuff. Today I take a look at their Magpul DAKA Everyday Wallet. Having put in some time with it, I like it. It does everything I ask of it in a nice clean package

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Ivan Loomis is a former Marine who also served in the Air Force. This review originally appeared on Kit Badger.

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