Czech leather magazine pouch for Vz61 Skorpion, surplus
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Proper old leather mag pouches, this time for the Skorpion machine pistol. Czech manufacture.
The mag pouch for the ugliest machine pistol in the world is surprisingly pretty. Considering how recent (in firearms time scale) this invention is, the Czechs kept a nice retro touch with brown leather as the primary material.
Two mag capacity, with an internal divider. We don't know for sure which other magazines fit well, but you'd think most pistol mags are a go. Inside dimensions about 13 x 7 x 2 cm with a divider in the middle, which can be removed. A belt loop up to 6 cm wide belts is on the back. Things you can stuff inside include (but are not limited to):
- Pack of cigarettes
- Some phones (not the really big smart ones)
- Snickers bar
Treat with leather oil or grease as you would a boot, no other care necessary. Note that the leather will darken even if you use colourless grease.
Czech army surplus
In used, but completely serviceable shape.
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