H'ok so, it's pretty flat and small when rolled up, expanded, it's still not to cumbersome. the draw strings don't do much, they work, but it's not really worth using them. It takes up about 4 MOLLE spots in width. You can mount it low if you don't want it to take up any in height. This is what I would call a CQB dump pouch. It fits four or five mags without much bother, and you can cram in closer to eight with some arranging. so for CQB it's fine, as you won't be going through as many mags. There is Velcro on the back(rolled up position) the front(open and closed over position) and on the inside (open position) so you can make up for the useless draw strings by closing the flap. I find that mine sometimes closes up on the top occasionally, and so if I don't look, I might miss the pouch. If i check first, I can just pop it open again though. I assume this is from my movement and not a flaw with the pouch however. (4 stars, one of it's 3 (or four if you count MOLLE) features doesn't work well. But the other two, the important ones (you know, being a bag and folding.) are perfect.
It's a sack, what do you expect?
It folds up and stays small.
(I've had it for like a year, so I'd say that I can be trusted in my review.)
Small, so, good for for CQB. But with some work, you can get about 8 mags in there.
The draw strings, they don't do much.
Other than that, it's just a bag, it's square and you put things in it, what can really go wrong?
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]