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Condor Triple Stacker M4 Mag Pouch
Item#  34148
Condor Triple Stacker M4 Mag Pouch

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Price: $18.99 - $27.99
Color Key: Color Key
Black Olive Drab MULTICAM Coyote

Condor Triple Stacker M4 Mag Pouch

  • 1000D Cordura
  • MOLLE webbing on front
  • Fits 6 mags total
  • FRONT POCKET DIMENSIONS: 4.50" x 3.00"
  • BACK POCKET DIMENSIONS: 5.75" x 3.00"
  • Imported

COLORS:Black, Coyote, Multicam or Olive Drab

Weight: 0.85 lbs.

awesome pouch

i would have to disagree with all other reviews, or maybe this pouch has been improved by condor since, but there are 6 molle straps on the back, p-mags and standard mags work fine not too tight, the bungee cords are adjustable if you use ranger plates or not. i couldn't be more happy with this pouch. and for the price you just can't beat it.
Kevin michael mixon - May 20, 2012
Good to Go

This seems to work fine with Ranger Plates and about any combination of mags I have tried. With a little modification, I was able to get it to work with mags coupled together. Good construction and has drains on the under side. Might be better if it had 5 molle straps instead of 3, but it still mounts solid.
Richard Carver - December 21, 2011
not the best choice

i have to agree with the review above me, you can fit 6 pmags but if you have the ranger plate on them, it becomes a pain to put the string over it
jose arias - December 27, 2010
Could Have Been Better

Fist I'd like to say that I like most Condor products and this was the first that I have had problems with. That out of the way I can now say that this triple mag stacker was probably a bad buy. The individual pouches are so small that it is barley large enough to hold a standard GI mag much less stack them next to each other. I was able to fit all six in but it was a real chore and took me over a minute. I was also able to fit a Pmag in the pouch but that was even more of a chore. When it came to drills I had so much trouble trying to pull the magazines out that I had to stop and focus on the chore as I had to use nearly all of my grip strength to pull them out. If I were in a bad situation and I ran out of ammo I would probably die. With a lot a bit of wear I suppose it would loosen up a bit but with the heavy nylon it would have to be quite a bit. If I could go back and buy a mag pouch again I would most definitely buy another product.
Nathan Spinelli - December 8, 2010
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