Tactical gear bundles – Tactical Molle drawstring Magazine Dump Pouch & 4 pcs Grimloc Locking D-Ring, Military Adjustable Belt Utility fanny hip holster Bag Outdoor Ammo Pouch


Instead of dropping your mags on the ground and getting them muddy/dusty/etc., or worse losing them, this makes it easy to drop mags (or anything else) in a large bag and reload quickly. Large compartment with velcro strap. And it can be easily attached to the tactical belt or to any MOLLE-webbed vests, bags and rucksacks.

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  1. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Well constructed and just the right size, August 11, 2016
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    We’ve started collecting our brass when we go to the indoor range so we can start reloading. We’d tried putting each round back into the box while at the range (too time consuming), stuffing them into our pockets (messy), and carrying a ziploc bag in the range bag (flimsy), and decided to look for an ammo pouch of some kind to use as a dump bag. This was the first one we saw, and after looking at other products, came back to this one and ordered two of them.

    Because they were inexpensive, we assumed they would be poorly constructed. We were surprised when they came that the construction is very solid, and the design is much more than we’d hoped for. The extra pockets and pouches were listed in the product description, but we didn’t pay much attention to that – just interested in using them as solid dump bags with draw strings. These bags are really well made. This is good tactical nylon, with solid seams and reinforced edges. The product description didn’t mention that the bags are fully lined with strong, reinforced nylon. The drawstring is built into this nylon lining, and pulls through a hole on the side of the pouch rather than at the top of the lining. This is a good quality feature. The hole on the side that the drawstring comes through is built into a one-inch piece of nylon webbing for reinforcement, with a metal grommet. Having the drawstring come through the webbing and the grommet ensures that the hole won’t wear and eventually tear the fabric. This is just another way this bag shows good design and good construction.

    Now that we have these bags and see that the extra pockets and pouches are of good quality, we’re seeing other uses for these bags beyond the gun range. We plan to buy more for use when we’re working outdoors, or going on short hikes around the desert near our house when a backpack would be too big.

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  2. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for a 12 gauge dump sack., October 22, 2016
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    I like to go bird hunting and for some of the faster ones I need to carry a lot of ammo. This fits the bill perfectly, it will hold 75 rounds of 12 gauge 2-3/4 with ease, and a smart phone in the pocket. Unfortunately sometimes I need that many to hit the bag limit but hey it’s fun.

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  3. BPS&L AUDIO says:
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good Ammo Bag, December 17, 2016
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    Good bag, but the “mounting straps” are very weak and it will not stay on my belt!!! I may be missing something on how it is supposed to work with the “biners”, etc. Unclear: how about some instructions?
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