USMC MOLLE hand grenade pouch, Coyote Brown, surplus
USMC MOLLE pouch for the M67 baseball grenade developed in the 60's. A well made little pouch. Real deal US surplus!
Hook 'n' loop and QR buckle closure, with a drain grommet in the bottom and MOLLE attachment on the back. Both sides have an elastic loop to hold the spoon in place. Made of NIR-compliant Cordura fabric. Fits the M67 grenade and M67 grenade only.
Requires two columns and rows of MOLLE/PALS webbing for attachment. To carry the pouch on your belt we recommend a Twin-column belt adapter.
- Size: 7 x 9 x 6 cm
- Practical size: tennis ball
- NSN 8465-01-558-5185
US military surplus
In used, but serviceable condition. Made in the US!
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