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Tan Bulle MOLLE Open Top Magazine Leg Pouch

Tan MOLLE drop leg panel combination with two M4 open top shingle mag pouches. The assembled parts shown in the photograph show the side-by-side arrangement of the two pouches which still allows for additional pouches to be mounted, shingle style, on top. The drop leg panel is multi-layered, with two layers of Cordura nylon over a semi-rigid foam board for stability. The panel measures approximately 19cm wide and 21cm tall, with the corners at the top edge cut away to prevent rubbing on the upper leg. The panel itself has 3 horizontal MOLLE webbing straps across the front for mounting of pouches, spaced at 25mm intervals, and are stitched at 35mm intervals vertically with reinforcing stitches top and bottom straight through all the layers of the panel. The panel is ambidextrous as the thigh straps can be fully detached and remounted for either leg. The thigh straps are fitted with 40mm wide double layered elastic for movement. The two thigh extender straps are 40mm wide, which attach to the provided belt keepers for quick and easy removal. Each shingle pouch measures 14cm tall, 7.5cm wide and 2cm deep for standard NATO M4, M16 magazines. The open top design is easy and silent to operate. Made of 1000D Cordura nylon.

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Front angled view, showing the front buckles on the thigh strap for adjustment and movement.

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