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The Condor Multicam M16 drop leg mag pouch is a versatile, ambidextrous leg mag pouch which can be re-strapped for either left or right leg easily. It comes with its own belt keeper which is retained on a 50mm wide quick release buckle. The pouch is mounted on a hexagonal panel, and the pockets will take 2x M16/M4/AR15 magazines each, or 1x AK, G36 or G3 magazine each. The lids of the pockets are fully removable with velcro and can also adjust to height from both front and rear. The lids are double secured with silenceable velcro and 25mm quick release buckle. The buckle straps are also fitted with velcro for anti-snagging. The pouch rear is fitted with two thigh straps. These are 40mm wide each and have anti-slip grip cord woven into the leg side to reduce riding and movement with wear. If the rig is to be worn higher on the leg, only one of these straps needs to be used. The drop leg mag pouch is made of genuine 1000D Crye Multicam Cordura.
A front angled view of the leg rig, showing the webbing on the leading edge of the pouch which is spaced 25mm apart for MOLLE pouches. The pouch is shown with two M16 magaiznes in each pocket. The elastic sections of the thigh straps are also seen here.
The angled front view of the pouch, this time with the lids removed.
The leg rig shown with two AK47 magazines.
The leg rig shown with two G36 magazines.
The leg rig shown with one G36 magazine and one G3 magazine.
A side view of the pouch as seen when the wearer is facing front. The 40mm quick release buckles are attached to the end of the elastic straps.
A rear angled view of the pouch, showing the MOLLE webbing on the rear edge and the thigh straps. The grey rubberised grip cords are woven into the straps. Each strap also has its own plastic keeper to reduce stray and loose strapping.
The pouch, as worn with only one thigh strap.
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