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Tan Bulle MOLLE Box Mag Pouch

The Bulle MOLLE box magazine pouch is patterned after the original US issue box magazine pouch for MOLLE systems. The sides and front of the pouch are fitted with MOLLE webbing to allow smaller utility pouches to be added if necessary. The pouch closes with silenceable velcro and a Duraflex quick release buckle. The rear of the pouch is fitted with two MOLLE straps which can be interwoven into the MOLLE base. The box mag pouch can also be used as a general purpose utility due to its size if necessary. The pouch is made of 1000D Cordura nylon and all plastic furniture is made by Duraflex for military applications. Please note side stiffeners have a fault which causes them to be brittle. They may be removed without any loss of function of the pouch. Price is for one pouch only.

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Angled view of right side of pouch.

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Angled view of left side of pouch.

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View of the pouch with flap opened, showing the silenceable velcro and the adjustable quick release clip.

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This is a great pouch not only for large magazines (for the support gunners amongst you) but also for carrying odd shaped Mags (SVD or other strange shapes) bags of ammunition, and even large cameras/ DSLR's if you fancy taking them in-game. The only problems I've found so far is that if you have something of reasonable weight that doesn't totally fill the pouch/ causes flexing during use (i.e if it's on the bottom of your rig around the thigh area and gets pushed around or upwards as you run or go onto one knee) the button snaps/ fasteners can come undone - obviously it won't come off the rig easily as the MOLLE straps give a decent amount of friction to prevent it coming loose, but it means the pouch & it's contents will flap around a bit. - perhaps a bit of PTFE tape or similar will solve this minor issue. The other thing is any aforementioned flexing causes the plastic walls to fall away and crumble - I've stripped them out of mine and it hasn't caused any major issues. - Submitted by Stu Mortimer

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