Home > Molle Pouches >

Eagle M9 Single Mag Pouch Molle (FB)
Eagle M9 Single Mag Pouch Molle
Eagle M9 Single Mag Pouch Molle


 
Alternative Views:



List Price: $30.98
Our Price: $26.00

Product Code: EAG.228


Color*:


Qty:  
DESCRIPTION AVAILABILITY
 

Eagle M9 Single Mag Pouch Molle (FB)

When contact is imminent you can open your mag flap and be confident your ammo will be there when you reach for it. This versatile pouch was designed for the Beretta M9 15 rd magazine, but serves to secure other similar sized magazines, lights and multi-tools. The Single Pistol Mag Pouch is interlined with a custom molded cloth-backed hawk plastic insert that firmly grips your magazine. When you're in contact and have to reload your spare mag will be the first thing your hand touches.

  •  Mag flap opens forward and attaches to the front of the magazine with Velcro™ enabling you to maneuver without losing ammo.

  •  Lifetime Guarantee


5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a Review

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
Awesome pouch (and it works for SIGs too!) May 12, 2011
Reviewer: Alex from Las Vegas, NV United States  
I own 5 of these wonderful pouches for both a war belt and a Rhodesian rig. They hold tightly to my SIG P226 mags and don't let go until I yank the mag out during a reload. They work so well, I hardly feel the need to secure the velcro flap.
This is probably the best way to keep pistol mags on you. At this point, I don't know why everyone isn't just giving up on regular nylon pouches and mimicking this design.


Was this review helpful to you?

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Leatherman September 21, 2010
Reviewer: Lucas Flanscha from Berthoud, CO United States  
I recently purchased this pouch to hold my leatherman wave on my tac vest.  My only complaint is that the retention strap is somewhat loose on the leatherman, even at it's tightest.  However, I used the vest for a 9 day search and rescue school this past summer.  We spent a great deal of time hoofin it through the woods and the packs came on and off constantly.  I never once had a problem with the leatherman staying in the pouch though. If you are in a tactical situation and need secure way to carry a multi tool, then you may want to look for another pouch.  Otherwise this pouch will serve you perfectly.

Was this review helpful to you?

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
Great highspeed pouch September 20, 2010
Reviewer: Alex from Los Angeles, CA United States  
I've been using these with my M&P 9mm magazines for a while now. Prior to placing my order, I called Eagle Industries to inquire as to which of their FB pouches is best suited to the M&P 9mm. They confirmed that the M9 version of their FB pouches is dimensionally best suited for the M&P 9mm. I like these pouches a lot. Highly secure for rigorous movement, yet highspeed when you need a mag right away. I don't use the front velcro flaps. The internal lining is secure enough on its own. Strongly recommended!

Was this review helpful to you?

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
M9 pouch January 30, 2010
Reviewer: Christopher Medina from Wahiawa, HI United States  
Bought several of these from SKD before my Afghanistan deployment and then also used them during my recent OIF deploment.  They have proved very reliable, securely holding my mags with no drops.  I love the insert that allows them to be secured without using the top velcro strap.  SKD rocks!

Was this review helpful to you?

  1 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Same as the double mag pouch December 8, 2009
Reviewer: Nick Johnson from Jacksonville, NC  
Still works just as good as it's larger cousins.
Great quality but still expensive.

Was this review helpful to you?