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Unidentified nylon pouch for...Mines? Mags?

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This pouch was found inside of an early 1990s CFP90 patrol pack. At first I thought it may be for holding a large amount of M14 mags; but the more I pondered, it seemed as though maybe anti-personnel mines might be the better guess. It's got two separate flaps, with a divider down the middle of the inside. There are heavy duty belt loops on the back. No markings anywhere. Anyone know for sure what it was used for?





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I agree, they look more like pouches for claymore mines rather than mags.

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Definately not for a claymore. Claymore has one flap and on the inside of the flap are sewn on printed instructions for using the mine. Claymore bag has a long strap to wear over your shoulder.


Hard to tell how big those pouches are from the pics..

Maybe grenade pouches?

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Looks like it has belt loops on the back, probably for a 2" tall belt so I'd guess maybe 4" tall, 3" wide and 2" deep.


I feel like I've seen it before but I cant dredge up where.

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