Russian Kydex AK Mag Pouch

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Polenar Tactical is offering these mag pouches for AK mags. They are made by Stich Profi in Russia. They retail for 32,00 from Polenar Tactical. You can also get them from Stich Profi in Russia for 26.64. The pouch is unidirectional. They have a left and right handed version. They hold the mags bullets down so you can use the beer can grip to draw them out. From the video below, it looks like they are rocked out to release from the mag pouch.

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Here is a video from Stich Profi.



Nicholas C

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  • Don Ward

    An offering from Polenar Tactical? Don’t the God’s of Gun Gimmicks know that what we are really wanting is tactical gear from the Carnikcon Youtube gun channel? Dugan. Where are you? You’re our only hope!

    • Turtle Neck sweater plate carrier!

    • Guy

      Dugan has MS 🙁

      • Damn…. Really sorry to hear that =(

        • Anonymoose

          Yeah, he retired from making videos a while back because of it. My thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. 🙁

          • BrandonAKsALot

            Although he is very active on instagram lately at least.

      • Don Ward

        I didn’t know that this was the reason. Sadness.

  • Kelly Jackson

    Just tape one to the other one like a proper resistance fighter.

    • iksnilol

      That’s actually not a dumb idea, especially if you put something between them so that they stand parallel.

    • Anonymoose

      or this, which is perfectly fine if you’re a Jew-hating Jihadi, but not appropriate for a crusher of fascist pigdogs.

      • Gol

        Is that a Mauser bayonet tied to the barrel?

    • Zachary marrs

      Pssh.

      Use a life jacket and gardening gloves like a real operator

  • Cal S.

    Psht. If you guys were REAL AK operators, you’d carry them all in your bear hands. You know, like it was designed to be done. No need for this modern, Western crud touching your holy, third-world designed, vintage rifle, right?

    • El Duderino

      You got that right. Third World tactics! You want a seven mag loadout? Well…just wait for 6 guys next to you to die and take theirs.

    • BrandonAKsALot

      You obviously know nothing! AK mags belong in their appropriate countries canvas/leather pouch where they are secured by cumbersome leather straps or buckles. Bare hands? Disgusting.

      Also, Russian kydex with Serbian magazines in it? Atrocities everywhere!

      • Cal S.

        Truth, Brother! I hang my head in shame, for you are most certainly more pure than I…

        • BrandonAKsALot

          Only the purest die in battle trying to get their mag pouch unbuckled.

      • iksnilol

        I don’t see the atrocity with Serbian mags in Russian kydex. Russians and Serbs are the same kind of vermin.

        • BrandonAKsALot

          ….I get that sarcasm doesn’t read well over the internet at times, but maybe I should have used the [sarcasm][/sarcasm] tags? That just wouldn’t be as fun though.

          • iksnilol

            Nah… it isn’t really relevant. It’s just that in 70% of cases I don’t like Russians/Serbs. It’s an Eastern European thing.

          • BrandonAKsALot

            Well that makes more sense. It was meant to be a poke at how people like me are dumb and will spend l lots of time and money putting magazines and accessories from the same country and time period together. But, hey, how else can I use up my personal resources?

          • iksnilol

            xD

            I wouldn’t call it dumb, I mean, we all got our interests. And if something doesn’t interest you/is useful then it doesn’t matter what value it has.

            You could have worse hobbies than reenactment. I mean, I do arts and crafts (kinda) and general purpose Macgyvering. It has earned me ridicule in todays consumerist society. That’s not a hipster remark by the way, I’ve had people look at me strangely when I suggested fixing something instead of throwing it out.

            I can dare guess that reenactment/collecting gets a similar reaction.

          • BrandonAKsALot

            I enjoy the Macgyvering myself. Yeah, I get strange looks when people see my cabinet fill of pouches and mags. Also, when certain mags come up and how much I paid. I had a friend ask me, so you paid $40 more because this has a stamp on the side instead of back here?

          • iksnilol

            I think the Macgyvering is a common denominator amongst gun people. We usually are the independent types who like our stuff outlasting us.

            I personally don’t collect, but I find collections interesting. That stuff has an interesting history. For instance my personal favorite is a Soviet AKM with East German furniture. What is the story behind that one? I honestly don’t know, I know it was used by a friend of mine during the war in Bosnia (and he kept it afterwards).

          • BrandonAKsALot

            I would agree. Once you love guns, it’s hard not to start tinkering and fixing stuff and they probably attract those into mechanical stuff.

            That’s a big part of me collecting. I love the history and details of it all. Even unissued stuff can tell a big story. That sounds like a pretty cool AK. I enjoy getting to try and trace things like that and come up with ideas.

    • Paladin

      Technically the AK is second-world designed.

      • Cal S.

        Stalinist Russia was second-world?

  • InfiniteGrim

    Why? When Esstac makes one for half the price.