JNA ammunition pouch, leather, surplus
Yugoslavian ammunition pouches for rifle stripper clips. According to photographic evidence, these were used extensively in the, you guessed it, Balkan wars. Who knows if these were used for AK rounds, cigarettes or... souvenirs.
Despite the gruesome history these look rather pleasant and can be used to carry small items like tools. The contents are protected by 3 mm thick leather (1/8") sewn together with strong thread. Internal measurements are about 4 x 10 x 6 cm (1.6" x 4" x 2.35"). The belt loops are good for belts up to 6 cm wide (2.35").
Yugoslavian army surplus
Used and intact, but we suggest cleaning the pouch a bit before use. Being leather, the shades vary a bit. See the extra picture to get an idea.
If your ammunition pouch ever speaks, don't listen too closely or you might lose your sleep.
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Harri K. 13.11.2016 (Edited 18.11.2016)
Konsta L. 16.12.2016 (Edited 20.12.2016)
Mikael O. 14.05.2017
Hard and a bit dried up, but after some through greasing it's serviceable.
Good for all kinds of utility belts.
Leather is so much better than the modern fabrics.
Albert H. 13.10.2017
Alberto D. 02.12.2017
Henri V. 04.01.2018
Justin L. 28.03.2018
simon s. 28.03.2018
chief r. 12.06.2018
Ville L. 15.08.2018
Rasmus R. 10.10.2018
Matija K. 23.10.2018
Farasha E. 12.03.2019
Julius H. 12.08.2019
For reference: these fit, for example, two Altoids tins perfectly, nice and snug. I use one pouch for a fire kit and a Suunto MC-2 compass, the other holds some tools. It's great, beautiful kit at a ridiculously low price. The leather alone is worth the price.