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Condor Outdoor MOLLE Shotgun Shell Pouch (OD)
[04395 / MA12-001]
$9.95
by T. WARNER verified buyer Date Added: Thursday 18 June, 2009
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very nice pouch. if you are wanting this but don't own a Molle vest. don't worry. because this can easily be fitted around a standard belt. the molle system in the back is a set of 4 strong button straps as well as 4 or 5 loops. this is how i have mine set up. my vest has a wide belt at the bottom of it, and there are button straps that hold the belt on. what i did was put 2 of the straps on the very left side of the buckle through the loops. simple as that. and it fits very snug.

its a useful thing to have. before i stuck my shells into the mag pouches on my vest (i only have one hi-cap. and its in my gun). it worked out and all...but its not very practical. plus i'm getting midcaps soon. so the space is going to be taken up inevitably. also, my UTG shotgun, other than being a secondary for when i snipe, is a "lender" which i give to anybody who doesn't have a gun who plays in our airsoft games. and i always worry about them losing the shells. my friend did just this. he had a very loose pockets and he lost one of my shells. but now if i want to lend my shotgun to anybody, i can just give them the pouch along with it.

another thing. it also works as a dump pouch if its not full. i only have 7 shells. so one in the gun and the rest fill up one side. so i have room to just toss in the used shell.

Pros:
cheap
the straps and loops can still be used regardless of having a MOLLE vest or not
can be used as a dump pouch if not full
on the outside of the pouch there is a place to put velcro patches (the pictures don't really show it)

Cons:
none really....

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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Condor Outdoor MOLLE Shotgun Shell Pouch (OD)
[04395 / MA12-001]

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