NZ Army Steyr Ammo Pouch

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*Note* Some of these have been hand painted or written names on by soldiers - see last photo for examples. These will be picked at random

These pouches are what the NZ Army used during the 70s right through into the 90s. Each one of these has seen a good deal of use by Kiwi soldiers and have a lot of 'character.' Many have at least a name written on (most likely for training) and the odd one being hand painted as guys would often do for use in the field.

These pouches fully integrate with the ALICE webbing system, there is also some other similar features to US kit. Same style of pull tab for securing your mags, top strap and hook to integrate with M56 harness (ILCE) and even the side straps to carry a pair of frags. Oh - we almost forgot to mention the best bit - these can store up to 4 Steyr mags! If you are carrying something much bigger like a dirty big of SLR, these can take a couple of those mags too.

A fantastic choice for paintballers and airsofters hitting the field. With a decent amount of storage space, campers and other outdoors enthusiasts will be able to use this as an effective utility pouch.


  • Genuine NZ Army surplus
  • Able to store 4 Steyr magazines
  • Durable material
  • Quick release buckle
  • Belt attachment clip
  • 2 ALICE clips


Dimensions: Approx 23cm x 11cm x 8cm
Weight: Approx 0.3kg
Content: Canvas
Colour: Olive drab (may have been painted)
Condition: Used/Fair - Item is very well used. Marks/stains/scratches and/or repairs but still usable with some life left in them. If you want more information on our condition ratings, check out our condition guide

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