In the age of 20 round semi-automatic pistols with red dots and compensators, carrying a revolver might seem a little weird. But there are some people who do, and for those people there is an excellent solution for carrying a reload. In this review of the NeoMag RASC, we’ll break down what it is, what it does, and why you should get one.
What Exactly is the NeoMag RASC?
Simply put, it’s a pocket clip for a revolver speed strip like the QuickStrips from Tuff Products. The Revolver Ammunition Strip, Concealment (RASC) holds one QuickStrip. Set up is easy. Unscrew the two small screws in the top, orient the clip in whichever direction you like, then slide the tongue of your QuickStrip in and tighten the screws. It’s available in two sizes. One size fits .38 Special/.357 Magnum loaders. The other size fits the slightly wider .44/.45 strips.
What Does the NeoMag RASC Do?
Its most important feature is that it keeps the speed strip or QuickStrip oriented in the same direction. While the odds of needing to do a reload during a civilian self-defense encounter are low, the last thing you want is to be fishing around your pocket for your next five or six rounds. The RASC completely eliminates that by holding the strip in the same orientation no matter what. That alone makes it a worthwhile product if you carry a revolver.
Final Thoughts on the RASC
This was always going to be a short review, because the RASC isn’t a complicated product. It’s simple to use, it does exactly what its supposed to do, no more no less. It’s worth every penny of the $30 of my own money I paid for it. I strongly recommend it if you’re looking for a solution to carrying a revolver reload.