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ModGear Triple Rifle Mag Pouch OD Green Holds Nine AR-15 or Six AK-47 30 Round Magazines
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Triple Rifle Magazine Pouch. This pouch is large enough and versatile enough to hold almost a full combat load of ammo, on your vest, carrier, belt or bag. The flaps snaps are perfectly situated for three M16 or two AK magazines, backed up with hook and loop. The ingenious design snugly holds three M4 or two AK-47 or AK-74 magazines in each pocket. Each pocket has color matched grommets for drainage.
This pouch requires 4 rows by 6 columns of PALS webbing.
Measures 7.5" x 9.5" x 3.5".
Holds six AR-15 or AK-47 30 round magazines. Hook, Loop and snap closure. MOLLE webbing. imported.
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This pouch requires 4 rows by 6 columns of PALS webbing.
Measures 7.5" x 9.5" x 3.5".
Holds six AR-15 or AK-47 30 round magazines. Hook, Loop and snap closure. MOLLE webbing. imported.
Also available in:
Total number of Reviews: 46
"This is not for high speed tactical assaults or anything requiring minimal time, and need high speed gear (such as open top molle pouches). Basically if you are on the move constantly, and need to get your reloads done fast don't go here!How ever if you are going to be in the field a long time, such as LRR and are carrying over 500 rounds of ammo (over 15 mags) then I suggest this, but if you are doing light work and only have 5-6 mags at hand this is a waste due to being so cumbersome to use."
"This is a solid, well made carrier. The only issue I can see is they might hold nine AR mags, but only hold six AK mags properly....nine is too much of a stretch, without adding another snap closure. ( not a big deal really....just might need to change the item description to reflect the fact...) Two of these on a Molle vest for a total of 12 AK mags on ( or 18 AR mags ), is not overly bulky and adequate and for most details. If not, consider moving up to a belt-fed weapon...."
"you need to hurry up and get more in stock please there nice just need more"
"the snaps are loose, breaks away from vest easily, not very secure"
– loos snaps and cheep
"DM you are not mounting them properly....... weave the strap of the ammo pouch in and out of the molle mounts."
"To reviewer: I know how to weave a molle strap, also my son who just returned from Iraq, formed the same opinion. The cover snaps were not a tight snap. Got some army issue, the snape were a solid conection with a goob matalic click. mabey it was just this one that was defective."
"I found the snaps tight and pouch rugged.It will fit 3 AK mags but its a tight fit si I go with 2 when using that weapon.I also can fit 2 M14 mags.I love it because I have one vest that can accomodate 3 different weapons.Its a tough pouch just as good as the blackhawk model for a fractionj of the price."
"I returned the first one I bought gave it a poor rating, six mounths later I bought another one, no problems. I would recomend this pouch. Just a defective one, stuff hapens."
"I bought one of these to hold my AK mags. The AK mags fit but I had to cutt out the padding on the inside. It works and I would tell anyone it is a good product for AK mags if you do a little work. They do button in the back and it has molle weave on the back of the mag pouch. I simply ran the straps threw the last molle weave on the pouch it self to keep it secure and i have had no problems with it since doing that. Good item but i found the double mag pouchs to work better for my needs do to a balance issue. 9 loaded mags on one side of a tac vest can only be balanced out by 9 more on the other side."
"First, I'd like to say CTD has great shipping service. Most places take 5 plus days to receive the package, CTD packages only take 3 Days and distance has nothing to do with it ether.I bought this Mag pouch for Paintball. It doesn't fit 140 round pods but 100 and 50 round pods fit great. It looks and feels durable.Only downside is I wish it came in dual instead of triple cause its takes up a lot of room on my vest. The reason I gave it a four is because the snaps aren't the best"
"I have the \"older\" 2 cell design CTD carried in the past. Works good for what it's designed for, very solid attachment if properly woven thru MOLLE webbing. Can protrude a bit out in front when fully loaded, cell with fit most radios as well."
– Mr. D
"I am very impressed with these pouches. They appear very rugged and are of much higher quality than I expected. The ones I received were made by VooDooo Tactical. The pouches are thick rugged nylon, each with a separator panel parallel to your chest, dividing the pouch into roughly 1/3 : 2/3 compartments (I'm not a huge fan of this part of the design). Even with the (poorly placed) divider, each cell easily fits two (2) AK or FAL magazines parallel to your chest, although 2 AK mags in a cell barely allows for velcro closure (not an issue as long as the pouch is closed). Unfortunately, only one (1) G3/ HK91 magazine fits in each pouch (due to the awkward division within each pouch). The divider can, however, be cut and removed if desired. As stated in previous posts, loading 6 ready to rock AK mags onto a vest makes it heavy, and it can only be balanced by 6 more loaded AK mags on the other side of the vest. Carrying that much weight/ that many magazines is bulky and hampers your mobility somewhat. If CTD ever sells two (2) or one (1) cell carriers, get those instead. From my experience, you can fill one or two of the cells with mags and use the remaining cell(s) as pouches for Chem. lights or smoke grenades. You can even try carefully cutting one cell off and adding it elsewhere on your vest Also, if you know how to weave MOLLE straps, these pouches will stay put. The snaps on the pouch I received were well made and did not unfasten without effort. If your looking to carry a lot of extra weight and firepower this is it what your need. The quality seems durable, just know what you're getting into. You can get better, but for the money they're a good deal."
"I bought this as a back up for ak mags.I bought all quality, American made gear and cheaped out to test this out, and I like it. I got my holster, a water carrier and a backpack, as well as this pouch from this catalog and I don't regret it.Workmanship is good, not great, but it is cheap and functions well, and someday I might appreciate this purchase on the cheap as much as I appreciate the holster I got in a previous order.I plan on upgrading the triple pouch later (much later, due to good quality) to name brand, American made gear for bragging reasons, but the holster will stay."
– Thirteenth Warrior
"This is probably the best mag pouch you can get for the price. Its made by Condor, and of better quality than similar ones you can find on ebay. Only con is the snaps could be a little bit tighter, but keep in mind Im used to genuine military issue equipment, so I have high standards. But as long as you weave it properly it won't fall off your vest."
"Quality appears to be on par with other high speed companies. Pouch is advertised to hold AK mags. Well these will fit if you do not have any intentions of securing the lids. Don't normally write reviews but would like to save others their time. It would probably be okay for AR mags but a bit to deep without paracord or magpuls. CTD shipping is faster than light speed which is a plus."
"For sure a good pouch for the money. Quality was very nice with lots of room. \"Hook and Loop\" goes all the way to the top of the pouch so you dont need to use the snaps alone. Of course when you have 9 30 round mags loaded its gonna get heavy, but I figure this pouch is more for staying in the fight ratehr than making wuick entries. It gets four bullets because it is a bit wide left to right, so mounting options are kinda limited. However, between function, price and capacity, its one of those CTD great buys!"
– Big M
"This product does exactly as advertised. I bought it to hold 6 AK mags or 9 M4 mags and it does both with ease. The Tapco Plastic AK mags are a little tight and the flaps barely secure them but they will fit, the steel AK mags though do just fine."
"I bought this for my Saiga 12ga. Cut the dividers out and it will hold 6 5rnd mags or even 3 8rndrs and 3 5rndrs. 6 8rndrs is a bit much but if you take the flap off and add a few inches it may work. Or even just an extended peice of wide Velcro w/a snap. I seam ripped the bottoms and stitched on 3sideds and a new bottom and they now fit my AGP 10rnd mags well. I'm getting another to balance out my TacVest, lol."
"The pouches seem put together pretty well, however the material comes up too high and covers the magazines while inside the pouch, meaning that you have to reach your fingers in to get a grip on the top. This does not make for a very speedy reload under pressure. If youre just looking for something to play airsoft in, or store magazines, this wouldn't be a bad choice, but if you plan on doing any serious use (for our LE or Military friends, or my fellow 3-gun matchers) spend the extra cash and get some decent ones."
"Does as it says. 6 AK mags, 9 AR mags. This is a good product. I'm glad I didn't spend more money on a brand name that would just do the same thing."
– PFC Pierpont
"So, I bought this for my Saiga 308 Winchester/7.62 NATO to use with Surefire 25 round magazines. I was a little disappointed up till last night, as I could only fit one magazine in each slot.I was just looking through my gear and took my mags out and realized that there were dividers inside. If you take all the stitches out gently, you can take them out without doing any damage... It turns out that after those are gone it will fit 2 in each slot, nice and snug. So that's 150 rounds of .308 ready to rock in one pouch holder, great success!!I'm pretty sure that for other Saiga types the \"Hi Capacity\" mags will fit 6 as well into these mag pouches, I just don't know their dimensions so I couldn't tell you for sure."
"I bought this item for my AK mags... they are kind of hard to fit in, and if you have two in, the velcro can barely be fastened, you can't use the buttons on it with 2 ak mags in it. But hey, it works"
"as advertised these mag pouches will hold 9 ar mags or 6 ak mags. holds them well. i have seen some complaints about the pouches being too deep and needing a magpul for ar mags. i have no problems with my 30 round israeli orlites. ak mags work well. and holds 2 to each pouch. i have a m1a as well, and these pouches will hold 2 m1a or fal .308 20 round mags in each cell just perfectly with a very tight fit. material is very tough and holds up to abuse in the field. i give it 5 bullets 4 for design and function, and the fifth for price."
"I will hold three Ar mags, Two AK 74 mags, but only ONE AK 47 mag, unless you are fine with less than an inch of hook and loop securing your fully loaded mags.After this long knowing that, you think they would modify the flap to be longer, the hook and loop also longer, and the top button to be a little over half an inch more to the top for AK 47 mags to properly fit.If they did this and also added wings to the flaps to keep out dirt, like the Blackhawk version, I would not see a problem with them raising the price slightly. ONLY if they fixed the top button issue, as well as add wings to the top flap.I would have gave five stars if it really fit two full size 47 mags, due to how awesomely cheap they are, but they will fit two of the bakelite AK-74 mags."
"I ordered this to attach to my AR case (MOLLE-204) because I got tired of all the pouches and wanted some originality. This pouch will attach to the case but only 3 out of the 4 straps will lace. That isn\uFFFDt a big issue as the pouch still is secure. I have gotten a lot of complements and people have asked where I've gotten a tactical rifle case with AR Pouches on it."
– Greg, NoVA
"I bought this looking to find something to cram my Saiga .308 magazines into. I can fit three in with ease, I haven't tried to go 6 yet. I gave this a 4 out of 5 rating due to the fact that they should have placed a \"Snap Button\" in the middle of the two that are already there for size selection. Due to the length of the Saiga .308 magazines, the 25 rounder is just a little too big for the bottom snap button, and a little too short for the top button. I figure that the Saiga 20-15 rounders should work fine. All in all, a great product. I'll leave in unaltered for when I pack it with 6 AR mags."
– Chase From Oregon
"I've tried all kinds of different AK mag holders but I've always been dissapointed. I'm not comfortable with Russian/Easternblock/Chinese pouches. I'm used to US Military Gear (mainly the old A.L.I.C.E gear), and the foriegn magazine pouches feel odd, uncomfortable, or not practical.This pouch, however, I'm VERY satisfied with. They ride great when you're humping your gear. I have two of them on my pistol belt (to the left, and to the right) and are easily accessible. I used to have the polymer magazines, but I don't care for them as they are bulkier, harder to \"quick-change,\" ,and generally are more difficult to load. Since they are bulkier, they will not fit in this pouch well. The thinner, steel AK mags fit perfect though. You won't be able to engage the metal snaps, but the velcro is good enough. It's also nice to be able to tuck the cover flap into your belt when you want to put a lot of lead on the target while saving time (the mags won't fall out). I'm very satisfied with this pouch!"
"OK, most people who buy this either place it on the front of their LBV or on their range bag. Not me! I bought the ModGear (Voodoo Tactical)SHTF LBV with 6 mag pouches already built in from this site. I needed something for the back, but gaining access while wearing the LBV is difficult. That's where this beauty comes in. I mounted it UPSIDE DOWN on the back just below my tear-away trauma bag. I made camo bungee retention straps that hold in 2 TAPCO AK mags bonded together in one pouch and the snapped Velcro flaps hold in my homemade tactical cover smoke. A quick reach around behind me with a quick tug on a bungee and I have my product fall right into my hands...with NO help from a buddy. Everything you place on your back MUST be readily accessible by you while wearing you LBV. If not, you cannot be effective. Why put something on your back you can't get to...quick? This product works 100%, even with the two TAPCO AK mags hanging upside down. Great job CONDOR!"
– Ready Prepper
"I purchased three of these; two for my armor and one for my wives armor all of them appear to be very high quality. I can fit nine 30 round AR15 or six 30 round AK47 magazines in them, but they are packed in tighter than I would like, but it works. It weaves into the pals webbing with ease and holds very strong fully loaded. The price is great. Thanks CTD!"
"I had similar magazine carriers issued during my first deployment. These have not endured the same amount of scrutiny, but as far as I can tell, they would more than likely hold up if they had. They appear to be a very solid rig."
"This is a good mag pouch. It holds the standard AK steel mags best. It's very hard to button using the 30rd Tapco mags. What I do is put 1 standard steel AK mag and 1 Tapco mag in each flap and that seems to work. 4 bullets because it's hard to button with AK mags, otherwise a very good buy."
"This is an alright product. It does what it says. 9 AR mags. Inside each pouch is a divider which I cut out of all of them then It was much better. Still it could have been made better but it only costs $15 so not much room to complain. I put this pouch on the back of my vest now to hold boxed ammo."
"These are surprising well made pouches for the money! Remove the dividers and you can fit the 3 AR, 2 AK, and 2 G3/FAL/M14 mags into each pocket. The fit with some mags may be tight, but wash the pouch in water mixed with ammonia to soften the nylon. (yup it sounds strange but I have a friend who works for a canvas manufacturer and when they use nylon that is how they soften it for use). I added a little more velcro to the pouch flap below the snap, this helps hold things thight with the upper snap is used. Took some modifying to get them to work with conventional web gear...nice overall product. Thank you CTD"
"This is exactly what they say it is. If you read the description carefully you get what you pay for. It holds nine AR15 30 round mags perfectly. The Molle straps hold it very securely even when fully loaded. I would suggest to anyone and will not hesitate to buy again."
"It will hold 6 AK47 30 rnd. mags, but doesn't let for much room to secure the flap. Works better with 20 rnd. mags. I have this fastened to dead center of my chest rig, because of the weight of 6 loaded AK47 mags. Seems durable enough, so far. I've ordered all my MOLLE gear from CTD and haven't been disappointed yet."
"This mag pouch is real nice, velcro on flaps for quick access and snaps for a more secure hold. Will hold 9 mags IF you dont have any magpuls or ranger plates (pmag). Its barely wide enough for the 3 mags themselves let alone something that add 1/4\" to each mag. Ranger plates on STANAG mags may work better or paracord and electric tape but actual magpuls nope. All in all decent piece of kit with a good price, just wish it was a tad roomier."
– Brian C
"I bought this pouch to hold my wasr-10 mags and it works perfectly with some minor alterations. To fit tapco plastic mags loosely I had to remove the dividers and that was not hard and caused no harm to the pouch. I also found that you can cram 9 steel mags into the pouch if you had to. I highly recommend this pouch to anyone who uses an AK variant and is looking for compatible molle gear."
"Ordered a pair of these triple mag rifle pouches. Very pleased with the quality. Just as advertised, will hold 3 AR mags, 2 M1A/CETME/AK mags with no problems. Had to wait on shipping since it was backordered but no fault of CTD, they are flying off the shelves."
"Upon arrival, I inspected the unit, and they sent one by Condor, that was made in China. None of the magazine pouches were there because it had not been sewn - just one large dump pouch with 3 flaps and 3 buttons. Thank God I have a sewing machine and fixed it myself. After that, it was fine and indeed fit 6 AK Mags. I know everything is now made in China, but how about some Quality Control, guys?"
"I'm in the same boat as Farlow0311. If I knew I would get a Condor P.O.S. I wouldn't have ordered it. But, I took the gamble and lost. Guess I'll have to find another use for it. I wouldn't trust it to hold up under the weight of 270 (or 261 w/29 in each) rounds of ammo and 9 mags."
"Arrived in good condition, fits my metal mags fine, but plastic Tapco mags are too big and the flap won't close. Not unhappy with purchase. I recommend removing the dividers in each pouch."
– Tall B.
"Got this pouch and put it on my plate carrier a few weeks ago. Quality seems good enough, considering the price. I don't know what went wrong with it for the other guys reviewing this pouch, but mine is holding up fine and fits 9 fully loaded PMAGs with ranger plates, or 9 metal mags w/ ranger plates or Magpuls, or any combination thereof. Upper snap closes tightly and secure when loaded, and the lower snap collapses the pouch flat when empty. Only drawback I can see is that it makes it a little awkward to lie prone with this on your belly."
"I just received my Triple Rifle Mag Pouch and it appears to be in great shape. It is a Condor and I found no problems with my pouch. The item in the picture looks the same as the pouch that I received. It fits my two AR-15 metal mags per pouch with no problems. I give 5 bullets because of the fast shipping and good quality."
"I just got my pouch today, and let me tell ya, if you're in the market for one of these, DO NOT hesitate to order this one. So much room I put three AR 7.62x39 mags in without even removing the divider. Not planning on running them like this, but they will fit. Very sturdy and plenty of MOLLE straps. I think I'm gonna order another soon."
"I just got my pouch today, and let me tell ya, if you're in the market for one of these, DO NOT hesitate to order this one. So much room, I put three AR 7.62x39mm mags in without even removing the divider. Not planning on running them like this, but they will fit. Very sturdy and plenty of MOLLE straps. I think I'm gonna order another soon."
"Will hold nine AR magazines. Good thing there's lots of Velcro to hold flaps shut. Snaps do not line up, but still good for the price."