Eagle Industries FSBE M-60 Ammo Pouch, Coyote Brown, surplus
If you think this is just a simple ammo pouch, read on. This pouch can be adapted to various uses so it's not limited to machine gunners. SOFLCS issued to 75th Rangers and made in the US - it's a top quality piece of kit!
Features and capacity
- Stiff front and back
- Stiff removable divider
- 7-snap removable dump pouch top
- Cover flap can be rolled back to keep open
- 100-round box of linked 7.62 ammo for machine guns
- 6 mags for the M4/M16
- Two pint-size beer cans - even the larger British pints
Closes with side release buckle and/or the 4" x 5 hook 'n loop pad. The pad can be covered so it doesn't bother you if you like.
Material and specs
- Made of double 500D Cordura
- External measurements: 15 x 18 x 8 cm (6" x 7" x 3")
- Weight: 310 g (11 oz.)
Standard MOLLE/PALS attachment and a drain grommet in the bottom.
US military surplus
Made in the USA by Eagle Industries. Tough construction to withstand combat, but not been there. Overall in a very nice condition; some are slightly used.
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