The Arbor Arms Multi-Function Pouch (MFP) allows the user to carry many different loads including:
– 4 x 30rnd PMAGs®️
– 5 x 30rnd USGI magazines
– 3 x 20rnd SR25/M110/SCAR-H/7.62PMAGs®️or other AR10 type magazines
– 3 x 25rnd 7.62PMAGs®️
– 1 x 100rnd SAW Nutsack
– 1 x Nalgene 1qt canteen/USGI 1qt canteen with canteen cup
– NVGs PVS-14
– 25-30 rds loose 12ga shotshells
– Electronic hearing protection, Peltor, Sordin or similar
– Laser Range finder
The MFP is a very versatile pouch that allows for a multiplicity of uses as listed above allowing the user to tailor its use to a specific setup or adjust on the fly to mission requirements. The MFP can act as a small dump pouch as well as a stirrup for the end cup of an M72 LAW when attached to an assault pack. The MFP uses a laser cut MOLLE/PALS attachment system that also allows for direct use on any heavy 1.5-2” belt, the removable and height adjustable side release buckle allows for secure closure as well as the additional hook and loop closure for fast access. Another feature of the MFP is that the drain grommets on the bottom are spaced to allow you to use one of our Multi-Mode Tourniquet Attachments to attach a tourniquet to the bottom of the pouch. The variety of possible applications gives the MFP a versatility that makes it a valuable addition to your kit.
* when used in conjunction with Arbor Arms padded
select your MFP color and add on a Nalgene 1qt canteen, a padded NVG insert or both
The X-Large was specifically designed for MFP users that needed just a more room for the Dual Tube NVG insert such as PVS-31As.
Greg F. (verified owner) –
Dump pouch, peltor pouch, nalgene pouch, whatever. You need one of these. Very versatile and versatility is the name of the game.
James A. (verified owner) –
I find this incredibly useful for many things. very versatile for what I’m doing. love the quality and customer service. just what I needed. thanks!
Andrew C. (verified owner) –
Really great pouch, especially given the modularity of how you can close it. If I were to order again, I’d probably size up to the XL but that’s just because I always err on the side of space.