Home M1 Carbine Mag Pouch US Marked Snap Closures and Snap on the Inside of Sleeve
M1 Carbine Mag Pouch US Marked Snap Closures and Snap on the Inside of Sleeve
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M1 Carbine magazine pouch constructed of cotton with snap closures on front and a male snap on the inside sleeve that slides over the buttstock. Marked "US", this is the correct style and pattern to accompany your weapon, current production, imported. Pouch holds two 10 round stripper clips when attached to the gun, or two 10 round magazines when attached to a belt. The original design of this pouch was to wear on a belt, pack, or vest this is the reason it has a snap on the inside of the sleeve.
Total number of Reviews: 48
"I realy like the 3 mag pouches I ordered! I only give it 4 bullets becouse it doesnt fit on the gun well it is very loose on my M1 Carbine. However, it works great on a belt! and you can use both 10 round and 15 round magazines in the pouch! Awsome mag pouches, realy cool and authentic looking! I would recommend these to anyone with a M1 Carbine!"
"I bought one of these mag pouches recently for my 1960's National Ordinance M1 Carbine. It fits over the butt-stock after taking the gun apart but will not close with the 15 round mags inside it. I believe thats my mistake, misreading the description, not CTD's :P I was kind of disappointed by that, but, it'll still work great on a pistol belt. so its totally not a bad purchase. Also, was a slightly different color, being a more tanish-green than the one pictured."
"I have a vintage (43) mag pouch and this one is a different color and made from a more flimsy material. It does an OK job, but I doubt it will hold up like the old ones would. The US logo is also a different size and type font - so it has that 'knockoff' look from across the room"
"Unlike some of the other reviewers, I am very happy with my pouch. It looks sharp on my M1 carbine stock. Good quality and tough. At first a little hard to get the 15 round clips all the way in; but, with some patience and letting it stretch out, now they go in and out fine. Later I obtained an authentic GI pouch and I have to say, other than the markings and coloring, I find little difference between them."
"The snap on the \"INSIDE\" of the sleeve will DAMAGE your stock as it is currently designed. Only use it on a belt. It is a big honking piece of metal which will damage your original or custom stock."
"Its a great little pouch it fits only 10 rounders on mine. Alot of people have bad luck with this little pouchbut i didn't it fits but it took some elbow grease to get it on but it went on. It looks cool very close to the orignal. i give it 4 bullets"
"Bought These on Review. These pouches will not fit your M-1A magazines."
"The pouch looks fine and accepts the magazines fine but not on the stock. My stock has been made smaller in the pistol grip area and still the pouch will not accept the magazines The pouch fits the stock but not with magazines. It appears to be well made and will work nicely on my pistol belt. I would recomend it but not for use on the stock."
"Just got this today, Its great, Gives a good look to the carbine. I just had to remove the reciever/barrel group to get it on. Its not that hard, IT IUNVOLVES ONE SCREW on the front of the carbine where the sling goes and push that little lever inward and slide it forward the remove the barrel/reciever . Now i need to get 10 round mags to i can put nags in it. Geat buy. I recommend getting this if you want to put so good looks on the carbine."
"I didn't have any problems getting this onto my M1 Carbine, but it will not accept standard 15 round magazines while on the buttstock of the weapon. It may work as a pistol belt ammo pouch (I have not yet tried it), but it will not carry standard mags on the weapon."
"mag pouch slipped on to my 43 inland with just a little effort. did not have to take weapon apart,came back off easy too. worked well on stock with 10 round mags. holds 15 rounders on the belt no problem. better than useing pockets. will buy more in near future."
"I originally purchased this for my M-1 but have since found another use for it. I have put them on my shot guns. One can only put four 12 guage shells in the pouch but the flap insures that the shells dont fall out, unlike other shot gun shell holders. And I might add, it looks pretty cool! As for the button scratching the stock, I removed the button and sealed the hole up so as to prevent it from fraying."
"These are great I bought two it looks great on my belt and stock.Great for reenacting also."
– Mitchell Budish
"I found another use, works great on a Ruger 10/22. It can hold two 50 round cardboard boxes of .22 ammo."
"After i figured out the way to put it on it slid right into place. I thnik it is great and it gives the carbine a great look also. While on the gun it only will accept the stripper clips. On a belt though it will hold two mags."
"I bought one of these almost a year ago for my Auto-Ordnance carbine, and wanted to get plenty of shooting time in with it before I posted a review.This pouch seems well made and fits my carbine well. I had to remove the stock in order to get it on, but that means that the sleeve wont slide off and become lost. The 15 round magazines do fit, but they're tight. The pouch looks good on the rifle and makes for a comfortable cheek rest. It does slightly change the balance of the rifle, but that may not be a bad thing depending on personal preference. This pouch also has a snap on the inside of the sleeve, which could scratch you stock, but my stock still looks good after almost a year. I do not know the purpose of this snap but I assume it has something to do with a different form of mounting that I am not familiar with.All in all, I think it is a good product that I will recommend, and even if you decide that you don't like it on your stock, you can always wear it on your belt."
"There are some mixed reviews, so I wasn't really sure how this pouch would work out. I'm happy to say that it is snugly on the stock of my Auto Ordnance with two 15 round mags in it! The trick to making this work seems to be removing the snap from the belt loop. I held the snap with pliers and ran a 3/16 drill through the center until it came apart. After that I was able to slide the pouch over the butt and down to the smallest part of the stock. Then I inserted the mags, snapped the flap and slid it back until it was tight. It's tight, accessible and it works great! In fact, it works so well that I don't mind the hole where the snap was!"
– happy carbine owner
"I bought this because I needed to carry 2 15 round magazines either on the stock of my M1 or on my belt. Won't hold 15 round mags on the stock but they'll fit perfectly on your belt. I'd buy another if needed."
"This is a pretty good product! It was a little hard to get on my Carbine, but after it was on it fit great! Perfectly fits my 10 round stripper clips. It\uFFFDs a pretty good product! Nice job CTD!"
– M1 Carbine Owner
"I bought tow of these,were and looked new. Will not fit my carbine,they were a waste of my money.Am going to try and return them or who knows !!"
– Love my carbine
"Mine works great as well. I did what one reviewer suggested. Take the barrel off the stock and slide it down to the butte. To keep the button snap from scratching the stock I simply trimmed off a thin beer coozy and slide it inside the pouch and and then onto the weapon...it works great. Can't see the coozy cause it fits perfectly between the two."
"These will fit on the stock. Bought one awhile ago for my Inland 1943 and it slid right on. Also will fit Two 15 round magazines in them while on the stock. Keep in mind that these are made out of heavy canvas so you need to stretch them out a bit before putting the mags in them. Soak them in HOT water and let them dry with wood blocks inside to get them to stretch (same concept with M1 Garand ammo belt). Trust me, they work."
"I hate for my first review to be negative, but the pouch I received is very low quality. The snap is sewn on with a distinct slant and the buttonhole is positioned so far to the side it can't begin to close. I'm sending this one back, maybe the next one I receive will be better."
"I just ordered 2 more. I've got 11 carbines and have been trying to get 3 original G.I. mags for each one. One in the mag well and two in a stock pouch. Getting these on the stock, at least the ones I have so far, isn't all that hard. They seem to come a good bit smaller than the G.I. issued. The way to make them fit is simple. Remove the hand guard, pull the action out of the stock, slide the pouch over and down the stock to the pistol grip area. Now FORCE the mags into the pouch and snap the cover closed. It will be tight, but it will snap shut. Pull the pouch and mags down toward the butt. Leave it be for several weeks. It will stretch to fit both the stock and mags.Like I said, they are not G.I. but try to find an original for the same price."
"I am not absolutely thrilled about the mag pouch, but it works for me!"
– M1 Fan
"Works for me. Fits 2 15rnd mags on the stock. Tight fit but it'll stretch. Had to remove stock to get it on but thats not a big deal at all. Only biff is there is a snap that will make hard contact with the stock. I just put a little duct tape on it so it wont chafe. Other than that works and looks great!!!! Great buy!"
"I bought 2 of these for my son, he put them on his bb guns. Cardboard in-between them and the stock makes them fit perfectly on his Daisy."
"Ordered three of these to go with 6 15-round mags I bought. All of them arrived in great condition, quality work on the stitching, everything lines up OK. They're a little tight but will stretch with some time. Also, \"snap on the inside of the sleeve\" means exactly that, the snap faces inwards, so if you've got a pristine stock, you will not want to mount this on it!"
"Have an authentic wwII GI carbine. Thought it would be cool to dress it up and display box it. The pouch fit, but would not hold any mags, it was too tight on the stock. Out of curiosity, took it off and tried to put mags it, would only hold 1 and would barely close. Might work for modern carbines, no luck here."
"Great product, fits over stock, tight at first, fits both 15 round mags (not clips), snap works good with original pistol belt. I have two, they have been in snow, sand, and mud and still standing strong. Thanks for another great product CTD. P.S. makes a good cheek rest too"
– FSSF re-enactor
"I bought two of these for me and my brother. Between the two of us we have a original Inland and a new Auto Ordnance(Kahr) M1 carbines. The pouches fit on both like a glove and we are very satisfied. And some helpful hints, They arrived with a button on the backside so one can snap it to their belt. We didnt want to scratch up our stocks so we just took a drill to em, popped the buttons out and no more worries. Also to make things alot easier, we dissasembled both guns and slid them on the bare stock. They are made for stripper clips but we managed on both our guns to get our clips in the pouches and the flap to snap shut, it is tight at first but let them break in."
"I removed my stock, and installed this mag pouch. (That is the only way to get it on the stock.) I put duct tape over the snap that is on the inside, to keep from scratching my stock. At first it was real hard to get 2 15rd mags in, and get it snapped, but after sliding the pouch forward and stuffing the mags in then sliding it back, it worked. I left the mags in with the cover snapped shut for a couple days, after that the canvas stretched enough to easily insert and remove mags and snap it shut. I like being able two have 2 mags strapped to the gun, and the pouch dose not interfere with cheek weld/line of site."
"What a piece of trash. Would not fit my carbines stock at all let alone with two 15 round magazines."
"Read all the reviews and want to say thanks to JD after i read his review saying that it fit on his ruger 10/22. I bought it and it looks great and fits like a glove....well worth the money."
– Big Bill
"Not a bad repro, great price, if you put the two mags in first then try to stretch it out a bit with your hand before putting it on the stripped stock it works pretty well. Very tights so you have to make sure you take the rifle out of the stock and place it over the front and slip it to where you want it. Thanks CTD!"
"This is a cool little accessory for your carbine. I was able to fit two 15 round magazines into mine on the buttstock,probably better suited for a belt- but I like the look of it where it is."
"Agree with other reviewers, it's a tight fit for 15 rd mags... 10 rd mags will fit without strecthing to fit. You have to remove stock to put it on. I got 15 rd mags to fit after letting them strech it out for a day off the weapon. As always CTD was fast with shipping!!"
"Just what I expected...Auto-Ordnance 15 rd Mags fit perfect in this, So do my 5 rd hunting mags..."
– Brian Johnson
"For a reproduction, this is a decent, although not an outstanding one. Several reviewers have said it was a tight fit to get the magazines in and then get it on the stock. I didn't have any problem with that, but if you do, putting the magazines in first and doing a little stretching should more than fix the problem. There is a snap inside the part that wraps around the stock. This is for use with belts. It is a good idea to put a piece of duct tape or something else over that, so that it does not scratch the stock. It's a nice looking feature to add to an M1 Carbine, and it's functional as well."
"Priced right and functional, but not the same as pictured. The color is hard to describe - an off green / tan puke? No hope in matching an OD strap, or a tan one for that matter. Lol. The flap is cut at an angle, and is very cheap (thin) canvas. Just looking at it, you can tell it was made in China."
"Very disappointed in product. Would not fit stock, despite stretching. I had to make a small slit to finally fit, but when inserting the mags, they would not slide all the way down, and the snap was not near long enough to snap shut."
"I bought five of these pouches. Not only do they fit my M1 Carbine mags, they fit my Remington 7400 auto for .270, .30-06, .280, .25-06, and .35 Whelen. I put them on an AK sling I bought from CTD and can take plenty of ammo to the woods. Will get more before they're all gone. 5 BULLETS - THE BEST!!!"
"I previously acquired a different mag pouch for my butt-stock that fits and functions perfectly. I bought just one of these to see what they were. I was ecstatic when I opened the box. Sturdy as far as I can tell. The coloration in slightly more yellow than khaki. These aren't movie replicas though, and the price shows that. Two fifteens fit nice in the pouch on my belt. It seems like it would be hard to fit this specific pouch over the stock with two fifteens. Other buyers said that two ten-rounders fit fine on the stock. I think however that these were made for your kit, your pistol belt and shoulder strap rig. I plan on getting a few more for my kit. Makes it easier to feed my little fighter."
– Milwaukee Marksman
"Ordered this and a case. Liked the case but mag holder is junk! It did not fit the gun right and snap on inside of pouch scratched gun!! Do not buy this piece."
– Harley Guns 56
"For the price, i had to try it. The canvas is unfinished under the flap and the pockets will not hold the standard carbine mags when on the stock. Usable as a belt pouch for them though. Just don't expect it to withstand any rough action."
"I bought one of these with 2 spare magazines for my M-1 .30 Carbine. When I go shooting I generally wear it on a belt rather than configure it as the picture shows. Putting on the stock would've required I take-down the rifle, and after testing this vs belt method my system works better low on my left side rather than on the rifle."
"What you see is what you get. Bought for my dad for birthday, he liked them very much."
"Not close to US made pouch, for the price it's OK. 15 rds mags fit fine.Some rough edges, not sure how it will wear. Don't put on stock because of snap on back"