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Thursday 08 October, 2020
The case itself and the inserts to separate the mags are good quality and strong. The clip holds the case closed well.

The problem I have is with the MOLLE attachment straps on the back, they are thin without any stiffness and the snaps to hold the bottom attached are weak and pop off without...
Rating: (2 of 5 Stars!)

CED AR Magazine MOLLE Case

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Manufacturers: CED

Description:

The CED AR Magazine MOLLE Case stores up to four AR15 30-round magazines with custom base pads.  

The perfect companion for the AR or 3-Gun shooter to include in their range gear.  

The case is designed with durable 600D polyester material, EVA internal compartment structure, and a strong tactical quick-release buckle.  

Designed for independent use or to be MOLLE attached to a range bag or backpack.  

The addition of a Velcro front panel allows a creative display of special additions to be attached like ID holder, patches, or logos.   

Reviews (1)

Thursday 08 October, 2020
The case itself and the inserts to separate the mags are good quality and strong. The clip holds the case closed well.

The problem I have is with the MOLLE attachment straps on the back, they are thin without any stiffness and the snaps to hold the bottom attached are weak and pop off without much pressure. I can't use these attached to the outside of another bag (which is what I bought them for) without risking them just falling off. If you don't want to attach them to anything then they're fine.

Currently I use milsurp cases which aren't quite tall enough for mags with extensions/ranger plates. Annoying but they won't fall off.