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We took these out of a Russian military arsenal in February 2013. This Pouch is used to carry Kalashnikov magazines (AK, AKM, AKMS, AK-74 AKS-74 AKS-74U, AK 100 series). This pouch was in the Soviet Army from the mid 1970's. There are four sections for magazine storage. The fourth magazine is designated as an emergency backup and has a leather strap holding it in the pouch. Requiring you to flip off the strap from the fourth magazine allows you to consciously realize you are on your last magazine during high-stress live-fire situations. There is a side pocket for your oil bottle also fastened by a leather clasp. The back fits a wide belt. Pouches can vary in color, buckle color and year of manufacture. Condition is Very Good to Excellent, made in the USSR in the early 1980's.
|Overall Dimensions||230x230x60 mm|
|Item Weight||0.6 pounds|
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