U.S. LC-1 M16 Magazine Pouches- Set of Two-Used. Grade 1

These are some of my favorite U.S. ammo pouches for the M16/M4. Each holds three 30 round magazines nice and compact AND if you're high speed enough, you can throw a grenade on either side of the pouch and call it a day. Anyway, these are fantastic, and I've decided to sell them in sets of two, as that was the standard combat issue for over thirty years. (These also make super great elbow rests when placed where they're supposed to go on a pistol belt)

What to expect: Used pouches which have the plastic clasp scuffed, show signs of wear, and may have slight fraying or a loose thread here or there. Most have the US stamp still clearly visible on them, but some are completely worn off. These are also different shades of nylon as the dates range from the 1970s to the early 2000s. I will try to get you a similar style/color set, but expect them not to match. These will be functionally complete, and the only real "bad" thing is that the dividers may not be present, but you don't really need them. Picture is a stock photo, and represents some of the more rough pouches. ALICE clips may be slightly corroded as pictured, but shouldn't affect functionality. 

What not to expect: Brand new, super nice pristine pouches, which is why they're priced right. Also, these will be totally functional, and minimal damage present. 

U.S. LC-1 M16 Magazine Pouches- Set of Two-Used. Grade 1

$16.00
U.S. LC-1 M16 Magazine Pouches- Set of Two-Used. Grade 1 U.S. LC-1 M16 Magazine Pouches- Set of Two-Used. Grade 1
U.S. LC-1 M16 Magazine Pouches- Set of Two-Used. Grade 1 U.S. LC-1 M16 Magazine Pouches- Set of Two-Used. Grade 1
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U.S. LC-1 M16 Magazine Pouches- Set of Two-Used. Grade 1

$16.00
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$16.00

These are some of my favorite U.S. ammo pouches for the M16/M4. Each holds three 30 round magazines nice and compact AND if you're high speed enough, you can throw a grenade on either side of the pouch and call it a day. Anyway, these are fantastic, and I've decided to sell them in sets of two, as that was the standard combat issue for over thirty years. (These also make super great elbow rests when placed where they're supposed to go on a pistol belt)

What to expect: Used pouches which have the plastic clasp scuffed, show signs of wear, and may have slight fraying or a loose thread here or there. Most have the US stamp still clearly visible on them, but some are completely worn off. These are also different shades of nylon as the dates range from the 1970s to the early 2000s. I will try to get you a similar style/color set, but expect them not to match. These will be functionally complete, and the only real "bad" thing is that the dividers may not be present, but you don't really need them. Picture is a stock photo, and represents some of the more rough pouches. ALICE clips may be slightly corroded as pictured, but shouldn't affect functionality. 

What not to expect: Brand new, super nice pristine pouches, which is why they're priced right. Also, these will be totally functional, and minimal damage present.