US MOLLE II magazine pouch, surplus
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Want to have some good modern magazine pouches? Look no further, these will last through a war (some probably have) but don't cost much anything. These fit any modern vest or other surface with PALS webbing.
The pouch holds two M16 or M4 magazines. Other 5,56 mm magazines should fit too, at least one per pouch. Kalashnikov magazines won't fit these.
UCP and 3-col pouches have a simpler closing flap which leaves the sides open. They also have elastic tightening bands on the side. Woodland pouch doesn't have these elastic things and it's flap covers the whole pouch. All pouches close with velcro, Woodland one has additionally a metal snap button. Availability of different patterns varies a lot, so does the price.
US army surplus
These are used and some look like they've been through a lot. Still, they are perfectly serviceable, as these really are made in the US and made to last.