There isn’t much to say about a simple pouch that also holds four shotgun shells. If you are a breacher, or work with breachers then you know how difficult it is to have enough shotgun rounds for clearing a large structure. I usually maintained three in the weapon, 8 on my kit, and would still have to get rounds from other guys on my cell as we cleared through. I was always in search of different ways to carry more rounds that still fit with my kit. Most shell holders take up a large stretch of webbing and take away from your valuable kit space, the Single Mag Shotgun Pouch from United States Tactical decided to fix that issue. Their cost is a very reasonable $16.99.

Using 4” elastic webbing for the mag pouch my PMAG was held secure even while sprinting, climbing, and one instance of falling. The four shells are held in place by 1” webbing loops that are perfect for an assortment of other gear as well.I loaned this pouch to an old 18B (weapons sergeant) of mine during a sniper competition and he used the pouch for his quick mag as well as using the 1” loops to hold his camo sticks. If you mount two of these pouches next to each other, you can hold two magazines and run chem lights between them. This all-purpose pouch is only limited by your imagination.

This pouch fits securely to any MOLLE webbing and uses a shaped MOLLE clip, which kept the pouch from moving or sliding. The elastic, during our short testing, held its elasticity but I cannot vouch for the long-term use of it.  At this price point if I was able to get a full deployment out of the pouch I would be happy. The stitching is solid without fraying appearing during testing and the pouch securely held a PMAG though inserting the PMAG took a little effort.

I was able to fit (jam) a Harris 152A radio into the pouch but with the long whip it did not feel secured enough to run with. A smaller push to talk radio or scanner would be able to be securely held in this pouch without an issue.

After doing a short review, I would recommend this pouch to anyone looking for an all-purpose pouch that can hold four additional shells or an assortment of things. The quality of construction, the price point, and the versatility of this pouch makes it something to have because you will find a use or it one way or another.

  • Made with extra-wide 4″ elastic webbing
  • 1″ elastic loops for shotgun shells, chemlites, or other gear
  • Secure compartment for carrying radios, mags, phones, or other small equipment
  • Affixes to MOLLE or belt with included 6″ MALICE Clip®
  • Size: 2″W x 6″H x 2″D
  • $16.99
  • Black, Ranger Tan, OD Green, Multicam
  • Weight: 2.10 Ounces
  • Colors: Black, Ranger Tan, OD Green, Multicam

Cost 5/5

Comfort N/A

Durability 5/5 So far so good!

Functionality 5/5

Weight 5/5

Overall Rating 20/20

Material Disclosure

I received this product as a courtesy from the manufacturer via Spotter Up so I could test it and give my honest feedback. I am not bound by any written, verbal, or implied contract to give this product a good review. All opinions are my own and are based off my personal experience with the product.

*The views and opinions expressed on this website are solely those of the original authors and contributors. These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of Spotter Up Magazine, the administrative staff, and/or any/all contributors to this site. Our Green Beret writer is an active duty soldier and it was difficult to get images for this article. If we happen to acquire them in the future we will post his loadout in this article.

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By Chet Stone

Special Forces veteran turned Vetpreneur. Chet served as a U.S. Army Special Forces (Green Beret) Communications sergeant and then as an Intelligence sergeant during his team time. With multiple combat deployments, visiting both Afghanistan and Iraq, Chet firmly believes that the Army took the best hair years of his life. Chet has a Masters of Science in Sports and Health Sciences and is in the process of completing another Masters of Science in Exercise Science. When he is not nerding out over physiology he spends his free time lifting weights, shooting guns and racing bikes (mountain and road). He believes in solar flares, sun spots, sporadic E and he lives by the motto of “do and learn everything you can, you only get one go at this life.

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