The ATS Roll-up Dump Pouch is sized to hold six M4 30-round mags. It also works perfectly as a carrying pouch for shotgun shells and allows for convenient carrying/loading of several boxes of shells. The ATS Roll-up Dump Pouch also serves as a multipurpose utility pouch suitable for evidence collection or general carry of items that aren't a good fit for more traditional pouches.
The Roll Up Dump Pouch is constructed of 500 denier DuPont Cordura and weighs just over 4 ounces. It uses shock cord and ITW/Nexus Toaster Cord Loc to adjust the size of the opening of the pouch. A 3" webbing flap doubles as a lid or can be concealed completely within the bag. It also serves to secure the pouch in its rolled up position. In its folded state, the ATS Roll-up Dump Pouch is only 3" x 4" x 1.75" and can be attached to MOLLE or PALS webbing by means of the two included Velcro duty belt wraps. The two duty belt wraps are removable to allow for other mounting options. There is a grommet located on the bottom allows for quick drainage.
Like all our products, the ATS Roll-up Dump Pouch is made in the USA of quality, mil-spec components and is covered by our lifetime warranty.
(Posted by Hofmann on Apr 17th 2017)
Was in the market for a new dump pouch, but there's so much out there, just picked this up with some other ATS pouches because I've been impressed with the quality of their products.
I like the mounting platform. Included are velcro straps which are great for regular belt mounting, and the pouch itself has rows for malice clips if you want to more permanently attach it on a battle belt or other molle platform.
I like the overall size of the pouch. Most dumps are a little too large for me. This one has a nice form factor and can comfortably hold 3 rifle mags, which is ideal.
The materials, stitching, construction are all top notch.
Unlike some other roll up dumps, this one is really easy to fold/roll and velcro closed.
My only complaint is the cinch mechanism, which is pretty stiff. But I've never used that feature on other dumps and don't plan on using it on this one either.
Overall, very happy.