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ModGear Black Drop Leg Dump Pouch Dual Top Access for Inserting and Extracting Magazines

Condor Outdoor Products, Inc.
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You have been asking for it and it is finally here! Heavy-duty leg dump pouch with a no slip 2" heavy webbed leg strap and belt strap with quick release buckles. Features formed rim to keep the top of the pouch from collapsing, heavy Velcro lid closure with webbed strap for opening, elasticized opening for inserting spent casings that is concealed with Velcro flap closure, adjustable leg and belt webbing, MOLLE webbing, and hook and loop ID strip; 8x6.5".

The main opening of the pouch has a sewn in stiffener to ensure the pouch does not collapse and that it stays accessible at all times.
The leg strap adjusts out to a 30 inch diameter and features elastic webbing to keep you from cutting off your circulation while still staying snug and stable.
The lid features a top magazine access with elastic opening that allows quick magazine insertion into the bag, but holds them securely inside even the during the most extreme movement.
Features :
Hook and loop closure on main flap and magazine slot flap.
PALS webbing on sides for attaching any MOLLE compatible accessories.
Fully adjustable and removable nonslip rubber leg strap with quick release buckle.
Fully adjustable belt hanger strap with quick release buckle.
Hook and loop tape on lid for ID or morale patches.
Drainage grommet.
7"x 7.5" x 3" bag size

Also available in:
OD GreenMolle-013
Coyote TanMolle-015
Army DigitalMolle-742
Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"Nice pouch, will be using it for holding spent mags during move/shoot drills. Molle straps on sides are perfect for mounting mag pouches!"
2.0 5
"First of all, I'll admit I used this pouch for something other than it's intended use. I carried a device about the size of a gameboy for my job in the Navy. Regardless, the pouch should have held up for my short 6 month deployment. It didn't. The velcro that holds the flap closed wore out and the device I carried came out and hit the ground when I was running ($20k device) and broke. The stitching on the strap that attaches to the belt loop came undone too. I had to repair the pouch twice and now it is beyond repair. If you are a weekend shooter looking for somewhere to dump mags or carry something light and inexpensive, then this pouch is \"ok\". If you need an ACTUAL Heavy Duty pouch, don't buy this one."
4.0 5
"I initially bought a drop leg platform for my double mag 30 round AR-15 mags and was not impressed with the fit. I ordered the Dump pouch and was able to configure it to fit my leg and needs. It did take a very long time to arrive though, due to being back ordered, which in reality would be a good thing as the pouches seem to be in high demand. I use it for work as a \"bail-out bag' of sorts. While I do have an actual bail out bag I keep the dump pouch readily available. I have one single 30rd mag pouch affixed to one side, and a single pistol mag pouch to the other. Needless to say the rifle mag pouch holds a 30rd mag while the pistol mag pouch carries a folding lock-blade knife. Inside the pouch I carry a bottle of water, tourniquet, flashlight and gloves. When not at work I use the pouch for Carbine/3-gun/pistol matches. Recently I used it in a Three-Gun match and was able to utilize the pouch for everything but my pistol mags as I carry mag holders on my belt. I used it for shotgun shells, AR-15 mags and FN-FAL mags. All with ease and ease of extraction. While I simply dump my mags to the ground the pouch was invaluable in retrieving a fresh mag/shotgun shells. Great product, one of which I was going to try and order another. Go figure. THEY ARE OUT!! No biggie. Thumbs up!! I will note I did order another drop leg platform which I was able to get to fit properly. I use it as well in matches but not for work. The dump pouch serves a better purpose with regards to what I want to have available at my side."