A generic stack-able type of PALS pouch with webbing on the front to attach additional pouches or shingles. Shingle pouches usually extend horizontally before extending outward from the body, have an open-top style of retention, and are used for holding IA (“immediate-action”) rifle magazines.

Occasionally shingle pouches are produced in a “slick” variant; however this is a counter-intuitive, as slick gear means that there is no exposed PALS webbing, thus removing the stack-ability of the shingle.

The first appearance of a production run shingle magazine pouch is debatable; however early versions appeared around __YEAR__ , produced by ___ and ____, and featured Natick Snap restraints on the top.

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