For Garand Lovers: The Olongapo Clip Pouch

Olongapo Outfitters boasts one of the weirdest company names and some of the best Garand accessories on the market. Their M1 Garand clip pouches show great design and have a couple of cool features that any Garand owner and WWII afficianado is sure to love.

These compact pouches are made with 1000d Cordura and have a thick, sturdy design that will stand up to the wear and tear of frequent use. They’re perfectly sized for the M1 Garand ammo cartridges, just big enough to fit snugly and small enough not to take up too much space on your belt. The clips are “hard action” snaps, so they’re easy to clip on and off, but they’ll never accidentally become detached from your belt.

The pouches come in two sizes, ranging between $25 to $28 for the two-clip models and $37 to $43 for the four-clip models. There are a couple of camouflage color options: Coyote Brown, OD Green, Khaki, and MultiCam. It’s clear that these pouches were designed with a true marksman in mind. The convenient pull tabs should help you gain access to your ammo quickly and efficiently, while the Velcro secures the pouches’ contents automatically. There are also some larger clip pouches for the hardcore shooters out there.

And best of all? Made in the USA

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