Before going any further, I know what you are probably thinking (It seems that there is a pattern today with my being able to read you mind) – since when did Russia utilize the Thompson submachine gun? As noted, the Soviet Union received a cache of Thompsons from the United States through the "Lend-Lease" program, which saw the United States supplying Allied nations with materials during WWII. However, do to their lack of .45 ACP ammunition usage of the Thompson in the Soviet Union was not widespread.
Our USGI Thompson magazine pouches are completely original USGI military surplus items. Upon receiving the pouches, you will notice that they are, despite being used, in great cosmetic and working condition. Consider adding this wonderful piece to your collection today.
Each pouch measures approximately 10.5 inches by 8 inches and is constructed from a tough, olive drab canvas material that has held up very well throughout the years. The pouches each contain five compartments, meaning each magazine is housed in a separate compartment. Moreover, each compartment features its own closure flap that is secured via a durable snap fastener. As noted, the pouch is designed to hold five 20-round Thompson magazines, which means you can carry up to 100 rounds of .45 ACP ammunition. Additionally, the rear of the pouch features an extra piece of canvas that has been sewn on to offer the ability to hang it from a belt.
Whether you are looking for a range pouch to carry when you take your prized Thompson out for the afternoon or you are a collected of WWII memorabilia, the USGI Thompson magazine pouch and an excellent buy. After all, what could be better than lugging around 100 rounds of .45 ACP ammunition? Consider the USGI Thompson magazine pouch for:
- Range trips
- Much more…
Pick one up today for only $43.20.