Used British Army MTP Grab Bag
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Used British Army MTP Grab Bag

Product Ref: 03124.   Military Issue - Used
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MTP Respirator Shoulder Bag - Grade 1 USED

£14.99
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Further Information
  • Genuine issue from British army
  • Label reads: "Bag, Ammunition - Grab Bag MTP"
  • Large interior compartment approx 25 x 30 x 8cm
  • Adjustable and detachable webbing shoulder strap approx 5cm wide
  • Additional shoulder padding for comfort
  • Velcro closure on top cover
  • Easy access top opening with velcro cover
  • Three large ammunition pouches on front with velcro closure and elasticated webbing
  • One large and two small grenade pouches on sides with buckle closure
  • Empty weight approx 720g
Designed by the British army as a multi-purpose ammunition bag, these are really handy bags for a variety of uses.
Reviews (any views expressed are solely those of the reviewer)
Reviews
Great 'Man Bag'!
Decided this was the perfect the for stowing my DSLR camera and equipment in when I'm out taking nature photographs and need to be inconspicuous. The main storage area can easily accomodate two large cameras and the magazine pouches are ideal for stowing spare lenses, filters, leads and batteries. The bag came in a dusty condition as has seen active service, but chucked it the washing machine and it came out mint! I espcially liked my free gift, which I found in the bottom of the washing machine after! A fairly large pebble judging by the type of rock and red clay soil I reckon it's a souvenir from Afghanistan and now sits on my kitchen window sill!
Pros: Free rock!, Excellent condition, Easily cleaned, Rugged, Loads of storage
Cons: The wife will nick it off me....
Would recommend: Yes
Follow-up by Meanandgreen: Now everyone will be wanting a free rock!
Reviewed by The Real Indy Jones in Rayleigh, Essex
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