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ModGear Triple Pistol Mag Pouch MultiCam Holds Three High Capacity Mags

Condor Outdoor Products, Inc.
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The triple pistol magazine pouch holds three doublestack magazine or six single stack mags. The pouch is constructed with licensed Crye Precision 1000 Denier Multicam Cordura Fabric and featurss fully adjustable and removeable hook and loop flaps with the elastic sewn in for retention. This allows the mag pouch to accommodate almost any pistol magazine. Requires 2 rows and 3 columns of PALS webbing and can attach to any MOLLE compatible vest, carrier, bag or belt. Features color keyed drainage grommets.
Measures 4" x 6.5" x 1".

MultiCam was developed by Crye Precision as a universal camouflage that is able to adapt to a wide variety of environments. The reflective nature of the pattern causes it to change apparent color depending on the surrounding environment. Special fabrics and coatings help it to blend in under various lighting conditions across both the visible and IR spectrums. The infrared spectrum camouflage makes this pattern effective even when viewed with night vision equipment.

Referred to as OEF Camouflage (Operation Enduring Freedom Camouflage), the MultiCam pattern has become adopted by the US Army and other NATO forces participating in the ongoing military campaign in Afghanistan. Because it was developed for the US military, all MultiCam products are made in the USA. All clothing and uniform components utilizing the MultiCam pattern are fire resistant and use no melt, no drip Cordura fabric.

Available in:
OD GreenMolle-366
Coyote TanMolle-266
Army DigitalMolle-766
Total number of Reviews: 6

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5.0 5
"My mistake!! The cover flap is adjustable. I did not realize this at first . This pouch does fit sig 226 and 1911 mags."
4.0 5
"This seems as good as or better than any of my other gear. I have quite a lot of gear. Some is Government Issue, some is not. Some I use daily on duty, some I do not. This fits my Glock 17 magazines fine as well as my H&K 40 magazines. The hook and loop flap is adjustable on the inside of the pouch. The stitching looks good and the fabric seems strong. I don\uFFFDt see anything that would cause an issue. This is a good deal for the $.I used mine sideways on a padded MOLLE belt (I used 550 cord to weave it on the PALS loops) and even modified at 90 degrees it works well. As always CTD shipping is fast-fast-fast."
4.0 5
"Great price, especially for Multicam, and well-made product. I found the snaps on the molle straps have a tendency to come undone. They should be dot fasteners (able to separate in only one lift direction)that are more secure than standard, release-in-any-direction snaps."
4.0 5
"I got these for my XD-40 clips and after adjusting the velcro a little they fit perfect. I would have gave them 5 stars if the had a regular belt loop on the back instead of the big snap straps."
5.0 5
"I have served in the Army (Regular, Reserves, and National Guard)with tours in Bosnia, Kosovo, Kuwait, and Iraq... and also have LE and other emergency experience. I am well satisfied with this product. Quality construction. I never had anything this nice issued in combat but with I have had. So far I have tried it M&P and M9/M9A1 mags, works well! I cannot say your mags will never fall out, but you don't want your mags too secure. I also have one pouch dedicated to folding knife."
3.0 5
"I have several other condor mag pouches, along with Voodoo tact. These are the first that let me down. The MOLLE webbing is anything but mil-spec and standard. Look at the picture showing the webbing...does that look normal to you? the columns are FAR too wide, and the space between the rows FAR too narrow. No way does this lace into a real spec MOLLE webbing. You have to skip one of the rows, and force the lace closer together then it should be to fit down a column. Besides that, it takes 92FS/M9 mags VERY snugly. Leave your mags in it for a few days to stretch it out. The flap adjusts easily with 2 butterknives to release the velcro. I haven't actually used this yet, so I can't comment on that part. But other then the non-standard MOLLE, it seems like a typical condor product. Certainly nothing near US made quality, but an inexpensive, decent quality import (china of course)."