Italian Pattern 37 BM-59 magazine pouch, surplus
After WW2, the Italians heavily copied their webbing from the British Pattern 37. The parts fit together pretty well, so if you own British kit, add some spice with these Italian Beretta BM-59 ammo pouches. These take in M14, FN FAL and G3 mags.
From the yellowish brown canvas pouch you'll find regular 5 cm wide belt loops and M-1910 style wire hanger holes on the bottom. Brass buckle for the suspender attachment, Spanish fly style closure. Inside dimensions about 11 x 17 x 5 cm. We're surprised the Italians have created such an useful pouch.
If you have treated your walls, face and some of your canvas combat equipment too with the traditional "Blanco", you can continue this tradition with the Italian pouch. Unfortunately we do not stock Blanco, you'll have to turn to your local well-equipped WW1 & WW2 stockist.
Genuine army surplus
These seemed to be in very nice shape, most looked totally pristine, but old of course.
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