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ModGear Double Frag Grenade Pouch OD Green Strap and Buckle Closure

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Holds two hand frag grenades. Adjustable strap-and-buckle closure ensures a secure and rattle-free carry. Also works as an excellent utility pouch. Imported.

Also available in:
OD GreenMOLLE-628
Coyote TanMOLLE-630
ACU Med, LargeMOLLE-737
Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"I bought this set of pouches for a Ranger RAC vest I use for hiking/hunting. They really do make excellent utility pouches. The straps on them are adjudstable, so your gear won't bang around on the move. As for quality, they seem to be sturdy and well made for their price, and the MOLLE straps hold quite well."
5.0 5
"I bought two of these in the hopes I could use them to carry stripper clips for my Mosin Nagant. I was not disappoited. Each one comfortably holds 3 stripper clips. If you wanted to push it I think you could squeeze 4 in there. This also may work out for 10 round M1 carbine magazines or M1 Garand enbloc clips. For those of us who use these types of weapons, it is a great way to secure them to a molle vest for easy access."
4.0 5
"I had originally purchased this double frag pouch to carry paintgrenades on my MOLLE vest. Although they adjust quite a bit in height, the width is too small for most paintgrenades on the market. The construction is quite rugged, and better made than lots of issue equipment I've seen in circulation. I've found other uses for the pouch, it holds a coiled barrel squeegee, spare barrel cover/plug, goggle cleaner and cloth, etc. Although it didn't suit the needs for which it was purchased, it's a good product, and would recommend it to someone needing to carry frags, smoke, or flashbangs on duty. Due to the way it's made, there's little risk of grenade rotation, the spoon stays secure. I wouldn't stop taping my pins though, better safe than sorry."