Condor Outdoor MOLLE Single M4 Magazine Pouch (Black)[J01D02][04148 / MA5-002]
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Condor Outdoor Products Inc. has over 20 years of experience in the tactical/outdoor gear industry; specializing in tactical gear including vests, plate carriers, modular pouches, and packs. They are a licensed Multicam and A-TACS dealer. Condor Outdoor gear has become a staple in law enforcement, military, and airsoft industries given its quality and affordable price. More recently they have expanded to making more of their products in the USA and have added a tactical apparel line, offering technical performance jackets, base layers, and pants.
The Condor Outdoor M16 Molle Pouch is designed to hold 2 M4/M16 magazines with a elastic band to hold the magazines snug inside the pockets. It attaches to tactical vests and plate carriers with standard MOLLE webbing. These pouches are an excellent and efficient way of carrying additional magazines.
Manufacturer: Condor Outdoor
Material: 600 Denier
Size: 7.50"H x 3.50"W x 1"D
- Flap Closure for Maximum Magazine Retention
- Accommodates 2x STANAG Magazines
- Magazines are NOT included.
- Manufacturer: Condor Outdoor
- Color: Black
- Size: 7"H x 3"W
- Material: 600D Nylon
- Package Includes: One (1) Single M4 Magazine Pouch
Bought this and used paracord to secure this to my AK47 folding stock as a battery bag. It looks pretty good in my opinion and holds the battery and wiring well.
Can be used as a battery bag
Would recommend this as a battery bag for anyone who needs more room than what their stock can offer.
This is a dual m4 magazine pouch. It's probably my favorite pouch on my molle rig right now. It's a tight squeeze, but you can fit two high cap m4 mags in the pouch or mid caps, whatever you prefer.
You can fit two m4 mags in the pouch. Very durable pouch as I crawl frequently on the ground it holds up pretty well.
The only con I have is that the pouch is a little tight when you first get it so don't be scared to use a little force putting your mags into the pouch.