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CAA Picatinny Rail Mounted AR-15 M16 Mag Pouch Black

 
Command Arms Accessories
MPS
814716013021
37162
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$18.00
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Does not include belt clip.

Specifications and features:
AR-15/M16 Picatinny mag pouch
Picatinny rail-mounted pouch
Quick-release mechanism
Composite polymer
Black
Lifetime warranty

For warranty issues, contact 267-803-1517 or info@commandarms.com

Purchase SKU 49567 or SKU 49568 to attach the mag pouch to your belt. 

Item#: 20-CAAMPS,37162
Total number of Reviews: 4

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2.0 5
"A good idea, but poorly designed. This mag pouch is to \"mount\" a magazine onto a picatinny rail, and god knows we have enough rails on our rifles now. However, the only securing device for the magazine is those little plastic springs you see on the bottom. \"Plastic spring tension to hold a fully loaded mag?\" Not nearly strong enough. I wonder when someone will design a system that will hold a magazine securely, but release it with a press of a button? Hey, whats that little square hole in the side of the magazine for? Heloooooo?"
– Jeffrey
1.0 5
"Great idea, and I wish it had worked. It just won't hold a loaded mag, even if the mag. is a ploy mag. Some one please fix this, I so want it to work."
– Frank
1.0 5
"This is a good concept, but the design is very poor. Recoil forces magazine to slide out due to two smooth plastic \"tension\" clips being what holds the mag in. I modified it with a piece of bungy that did the trick, that was until the plastic rail mount cracked. Good concept, poor design."
– Rick B.
4.0 5
"This is a great idea. The product I received works good the only beef I have with it is that a small PLASTIC rod is what locks it into the rail and it wears very easy. In these coming times I want something that I can depend on. I was asked if I would take this into combat and honestly, if it was brand new, I would. But after a year or so of use I would think twice."
– Novus