Ordered two of these pouches, one of which was new and the other slightly used. Must say I was quite suprise by the quality, I was expecting to get some kind of disposable brandolier style of pouches, but found myself with pouches made of really thick materials.
Will be handy for storing and transporting my ar15 mags and range use
I know this product is described as used, but the pouch I received looks like it had never been issued, except for maybe dropped on the ground once and scratched on the buckle. For just over 5 dollars you can securely carry 3 full 30 round AR magazines. Excellent product.
mine was new very good quality. hold 3 p mags
I use these on my bug out bag for detachable kits. One for fire starting items, the other for flashlight batteries and light sticks. For the exterior grenade belts I've shoved a pair of gloves and a plastic trowel in them.
So you can use this for pretty much anything you wish to store, and it goes great with the ALICE pack.
Very good quality, no issues and even though they are used, they'll outlast my lifetime for sure.
I used this in the marines. They are durable and will last a lifetime. If your thinking about it stop and get one I don't see these lasting long.
Fits my mini 14 30rd mags just perfect.
Great collectable that is just like the pouch my dad used in Vietnam and in the 80's. Get them before they are gone
Boy do these bring back memories. Used by US armed forces for many years. I bought two and although they had been used they are in "like new" condition. Where else are you going to get something like this for less than six bucks that is a little piece of American history? Get them before they are gone.
For the money, these are a great idea for the ar user. My only complaint is how bulky and unstabilized they are. When it comes down to it, you end up running with a big flopping box of mags attached to you. They are also quite difficult to maneuver weapons around. The best place fore these are on your back so others can access them.
I used these throughout my time in ROTC. Very solid and rugged, little to no obstruction if placed correctly on an LBE or on a modular vest.
I have about 10 of these around that I use to store my various caliber AR mags separately.
As mentioned before, the side pouches are for caring Grenades but they also come in handy for stuffing a oil bottle and such in.
Makes mags handy to grab when head for the range,
Handy mag pouch to have around the house for storing mags in.
Surplus GI mag pouches that hold 3 mags and grenades. They can be Jerry rigged to fit MOLLE or PALS systems. I prefer mag pouches with velcro because those are a bit more secure. We used this type of mag pouch from Vietnam till Kosovo. A bit outdated but functional.
The US military used these for years. I thought I would grab a couple before they start drying up. These aren't set up to run on PALS webbing but if you have an older system they would work quite well. Used, but very good serviceable condition.
mine was used but very good quality.
holds 3 aluminum or steel 30rd. mags perfectly. thermold mags are a little too big though. does not have separate cells for the mags, but mags fit snugly to prevent noise. (you just need to keep 3 mags in it) I'm assuming the 2 side loops are for grenades??? guess I'll have to get some inert ones here so it looks cool. can't complain for 6 bucks but i think the us military could improve a little if this is still current issue. i might like it better if grenades were legal and i carried them around all the time!