What is a dump pouch?
A dump pouch, is essentially just what it says, it is a pouch, usually attached to your body, backpack or shooting bag that you can dump stuff into, usually spent brass cases and empty magazines.
It is also one of the things people never tell you to get or is never listed on gear guides, but you quickly realize you do need when you start shooting and have no place to dump those things.
A dump pouch molle attachment is the prefered method of attachment, as most shooting and tactical bags, backpack and belts have molle mesh or hoop on them. It is a proven and universal attachment system for tactical and military applications, so why change what already works.
Why I like the Maxpedition dump pouch?
I have use many other dump pouches, but since starting to use the Maxpedition rollypolly folding dump pouch, it has been the best dump pouch and my go-to for the past 2 years. I really love it because it is well made, from 1000D hard-wearing cordura, none of that junk Chinese cordura, so it can take a beating. It folds up into a very small attachment to your pack when not in use so it is not in the way, and when unfolded, it has space for way more than you need at a typical shooting competition or match. The MM version which I have can easily take 200 empty cases, some pieces of discarded tape which were used during the match to write my DOPE and wind calls on, and still have space left over for empty mags or whatever else you want to dump in there until later.
It also has a high-quality molle attachment clip which holds it firmly in place even when heavily loaded and when tracking with it over rough terrain whilst hunting or walking from one stage to another at an NRL Hunter match.
Doubling as either a mag dump pouch for semi-auto or high-volume shooting sports, or just a general or brass dump pouch for other shooters, the Maxpedition Rollypolly dump pouch will stand up to it, and neatly fold away afterwards.