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Raptor MAGNUS Ultralight Shingle-type Sub Pouch designed with the lowest possible weight in mind. It allows carrying a single magazine for MP5, USP or any other Submachine gun or high capacity magazine. Bungee is not a necessity anymore. Simple, one chamber construction made of highly durable Cordura 500 laminate with IRR treatment. Sophisticated design and used high-quality materials ensure both mechanical strength and comfort during use. This CQB mag pouch gives the user quick access to magazines to reload in a hurry. An essential element of the pouch is a non-slip that material that prevents accidental magazines loss. The front pouch has two rows of laser cut slots compatible with MOLLE / PALS that allow attachment of additional pouch or pocket. The pocket attachment system is based on two straps, allowing you to attach to a vest or belt MOLLE panel.
|Dimensions||1.5" x 1" x 4.75 " ( 3.81 x 2.54 x 12.065 cm)|
I bought this to carry a subgun magazine like the 33 round Glock mag, MP5 mag, or B&T mag. All three fit. The only problem I have with this is that for some strange reason, the Molle slots on the back side (and strap) only go partly down. This results in the bottom of the pouch not being attached to panel I'm mounting it on. When I pull out the magazine, it will flip up at the bottom. This isnt too bad with a Glock magazine, but because the B&T magazine is a very snug fit, this makes it very difficult to quickly draw the magazine. It gets stuck. The pouch needs to stay firmly in place. Oddly, the front side of the pouch has MOLLE slots the whole length for stacking them. Maybe there is some technical issue I'm unaware of, but Raptor should look into extending the MOLLE slots on the inside to the full length of the pouch. The whole pouch itself could be another half inch to an inch longer, but that's not a large problem. Also, it would really help if Raptor used laser cuts every half inch so that users could more precisely fit the pouch on less standardized panels and odd alignments such as battle belts. Not everyone mounts these on plate carriers or rucksacks.