The Big Frickin Gun Pouch is our answer to a neglected problem no one has really resolved. How can machine gun operators carry belted ammunition in a sensible, accessible and modular manner? Marine 0331s are not issued pouches to carry linked 7.62x51mm for the M240 and have relied on Dump Pouches to carry them despite not being designed for heavy loads. Others in the Army have faced the same issues as well with the M249 SAW and the M240. Those few that do get issued a SAW Pouch get one designed a decade or two ago that simply doesn't cut it anymore.
We designed the Big Frickin Gun Pouch to be a simple solution sized to accept a variety of unordinary ordnances including but not limited to: SAW Nutsacks, SAW 200rnd Plastic Drums, 7.62 100rnd Boxes, loose linked 556/762 /Belts, 40mm Grenades (with the Spiritus Systems 4 Loop Insert), Magpul D60 Drums, 7 STANAG Mags, 2-Quart Canteens and much more. The Big Frickin Gun Pouch can also double as a great general purpose pouch and especially as a buttpack on a load bearing belt.
-Easy to engage buckle for ease of access
-Tegris Internal Front Face Reinforcement for structured shape
-Adjustable Cinch Strap for various objects
-Flanking Shockcord Stash Spaces
-Shockcord Lashing for tightening pouch to contents
-Internal Velcro Loop (5.5" x 4") for Organizational Accessories
-Laser Cut Drainage Holes smaller than most debris
-Four Columns by Three Rows Molle Mounting
-Laser Cut Molle/Pals Mounting Straps
-Robust One Piece Construction for durability
-Internal Dimensions ~6x3x5
Made in the USA / Berry Compliant
*Magazines, Gear and other accessories not included*
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I was looking for a versatile go pouch that could be placed anywhere along the beltline and serve a purpose. Frickin aye, this pouch achieves that. Currently using as a mini butt pack for day hikes.
I purchased two of these to try out during an unconventional warfare exercise. Ammunition management for the MMG was always problematic & could become a training distractor, so a solution was needed.
Mounted on an old TAG split-front chest rig, the BFG Pouches held 7.62 ammunition belts securely & silently, while still permitting easy access. It's an outstanding product & the only one I've tested that performs as advertised.
it’s a top quality pouch however with the 6 or so stanag magazines i’d make sure that you’ve properly fastened it down as i had a few mags fly out when i was manoeuvring around quickly with the pouch at my front right on belt kit other than that it’s a very good gp as it’s rigid enough to make it easy to reclip but flexible enough to carry all sorts of equipment (even a surprise grenade if you get captured while playing gorrila warfare )