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AR 10 | .308 | M1A | M14 Magazine Pouch - 20 Round

AR 10 | .308 | M1A | M14 Magazine Pouch - 20 Round


Wilde Custom Gear Tactical Nylon AR 10 .308 M1A 20 round magazine pouch comes in the following configurations:

  • Single Magazine
  • Double Magazine (Side by Side)
  • Double Magazine (Double Stack)
  • Triple Magazine (Side by Side)
  • Four Magazine (Double Stack Shingle) - Hold four 20 round AR 10, .308, M1A, M14, PMAG, or other rifle magazines in a single low profile double stack quad M4 magazine pouch. This is not your ordinary double stack pouch. We have gone the extra mile by designing a pouch so each magazine sits independently of each other. No more rattling magazines together and no more loose, sloppy fit when you retrieve one mag from the pouch.
  • Six Magazine (Double Stack Shingle) - Hold six 20 round AR 10, .308, M1A, M14, PMAG, or other rifle magazines in a single low profile double stack M4 magazine pouch. Three magazines wide, two magazines deep.


  • 1000D Construction
  • Shock cord/pull tab retention
  • Additional MOLLE webbing on front to attach additional accessories
  • Uses Tactical Tailor Long Malice Clips for attachment (included)
  • Made in USA

For belt mount applications, you may be interested in our MOLLE BELT ADAPTER.

Additional custom configurations available. Contact us for details.

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
Broken Arrow
Good quality

Good quality and good price, can't wait to break it more.

mark merino
Great product

It’s not easy to find a mag pouch for 6 AR-10 style mags. Great craftsmanship. Each magazine is stored separately neither no rattle.

Cory John
Nailed it

Couldn’t of asked for a better version of what I asked for!

Donald Fischer
Nice gear

I was a little sceptical of the thinner material, yet really liked the malice straps, back pouches the magazines slid rite in, the front pouches were tight, but manageable, you must adjust the retainer straps yourself to your liking, the 1st time I wore them loaded up and outdoors it poured rain and everything got covered in mud, after a hosing down and drying the front pouches stretched out to a better insertion of the magazines, buy yourself a magazine dump pouch and all is good, material is tougher than it looks, time will tell.

Jess Halpin

I really like the pouch, and have it on my carrier right now. But I would make it a slightly thicker material, I would change the stitching on the inside cause the mags catch a little bit. And to make one with regular mole straps rather than the malice clips. But it’s still a good product. If y’all made those little changes I know you’d have the most popular 308 mag pouches in the market. I got the pouches wet with water and put my mags in to help it stretch a little bit and that really helped.