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Old 11-25-2009, 08:33 PM
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Anyone know of a good molle pouch that would fit Buttler Creek 25 round banana mags?

I was thinking maybe an MP5 mag pouch but I'm not sure.

If you own something that has worked for you please let me know.

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MP5 style pouches will work, but only with the bullets facing up and then
the part that actually fits into the 10/22 stick out the top.
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Won't know till I try.

Cheaper than dirt has a good sale on them for like $12. So worst case. I'm out $12.

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http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/te...807&id=0061481

not a pouch but ive heard they work decently, i have no clue how well they hold in there though.
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lol, those Cabelas ones look bad. May also snag on stuff when in the brush. I travel around a lot here in the DFW area. So I may take one of the banana mags with me to Cabelas and cheaper than dirt to check the fit of both.

Maybe I'll review the one I get.
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No, but I'm bummed that the mags I ordered are on backorder for 4-6 weeks. Let me know what you end up with and how it works.
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they look decent to me , just like a shotgun bandoleer open and holds em in and i live in the pacific northwest almost all of my hunting is brush hunting .
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I figured I'd do a lil review on the Condor mp5 magazine pouch and the Buttler Creek magazine combo.


After weighing the two choices I did have for pouchs/carriers. Once I got home, I grabbed the Buttler Creek 25round magazine and went to shoving it into the pouch.



Needless to say it was kinda tight. But after the pushing a little bit and jiggling a bit they slid right in. I'm guessing this is due to it being new.



As you can see they fit quite well inside. On the other hand though, the top of the magazine cover has velcro attached. and doesn't quite reach to completely lock it it. But hey. The magazine pouch also has a buckle/fast snap( plus some extra velcro). Which seems to hold it pretty damn well.



So if you're in the market for a M.O.L.L.E. compatible 10/22 banana magazine pouch.

I suggest a Condor tripple mp5 mag pouch. You can't beat the $12 price tag for this pouch.
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FMCO has molle Butler Creek 10/22 magazine pouches. About half way down the page. The Submachine gun pouches. Check the drop down. It's the last one on the list.

http://www.antipersonnel.net/fmco/005.html#3
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Damn...Oh well. I paid $12 for a tripple mag pouch. Seems they want $17 for just a single. Thanks for the help tho. seem to have this one covered.

Now, the real trick is seeing if my 10/22 will fit into a shotgun scabbard. So I can mount it to my back pack.
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when coupled via the jungle clip method my pair of eagle mag fit great into my issue m4 pouches the kind with elastic on the sides and velcro flap (tucked in)
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Ak mag pouches!
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I use an AK mag pouch, it works great. It also keep everything completely covered and secured. They are also easy to come by and cheap. If you want to attach it to molle some minor fabrications could be done to do that easy.
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I heard a few reviews on the banana clips and most had problems. I suppose if you just didn't load them to the max it wouldn't be an issue. Those springs are made in china, and loaded with impurities. A good ole American made spring would probably work better even if it was 100 years old.
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Sorry to bring back an an old thread, but I was looking into getting a mag pouch to hold hi cap Ruger mags for shooting when my wife and I visit her family in the Yuma, AZ area.

Do you guys think the pouch in the provided link will work? I already have a UTG Tactical Messenger bag to which I can mount this pouch onto, but I was wondering if the mags would fit into this pouch, which is meant for USGI M4/M16 mags.

Any feedback is appreciated!!!

http://www.leapers.com/prod_detail.p...tus=&mtrack=8m
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