Condor Outdoor 3 Fold Magazine Recovery Pouch (Choose an Option)[V06B11][036746 / MA22-007]
Manufacturer: Condor Outdoor
Model: 3 Fold Magazine Recovery Pouch
Size: 11.50"H x 10"W x 2"D
Color: Choose an Option
Package Includes: Pouch
- Drawstring with cord lock
- Double layered 600D Nylon with 420D Nylon packcloth closure.
- Two Grommets for drainage.
- Pouch rolls up and is held closed with 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" Velcro Tab.
- Measures 4" x 10" when folded.
- Manufacturer: Condor Outdoor
- Color: ACU
- Material: 600D Nylon
- Package Includes: One (1) Magazine Recovery Pouch
As soon as i recieved my condoor outdoor belt mounted recovery pouch i was very intreged to find out what fit in it. As i was putting thing in i found that almost anything will fit, you can use it to hold your magazines yes about 6-8 will fit but who wants it for that? I use mine to hold snacks or as a shopping bag. Just out of curiosity i found that a small child will indeed fit inside your recovery pouch this was a great addition to my loadout
Hold almost anything
Holds all my nessesary unnamable items
None really except for the fact it feels awkward when a lot of mags are in it because it flops around
My first dump pouch I've ever bought so I didn't want to spend to much money. So I bought this one, and let me tell you, it was an amazing purchase! I expected cheap quality and heaviness, but it's very good quality for the price! I'd buy another in a heart beat if I had too.
Fits about 6-8 mags
A little too big
Gets heavy when you get to 6 mags
Have to break it in
A darker tan then I expected
Really nice material, felt like high quality canvas. Color matched my coyote tan plate carrier perfectly. Attachment straps and snaps-on were high quality and I was confident they would not unsnap themselves. Adjustable flexible band at the mouth meant I could easily force it open with my hand to drop in a mag, but It would spring back shut to prevent them from falling out.
Secure attachment straps and snap-ons.
Adjustable band at the mouth of the pouch was easy to open, yet secured the contents very well.
None that I can think of. It worked exactly as I had hoped it would.