Any MOLLE pouches we do here, will have the Tuck Tab modular webbing system and not Metal Buttons, that are prone to rust and break. The LBT Tuck Tab version shown at the top of your screen, is a med pouch in MAS Grey with the Red Lion label.
If you have noticed, LBT have changed the specs on their traditional metal button snap MOLLE pouch. The bottom metal snap button area, is now open and not secured through a MOLLE webbing channel. If you are not reinforcing your pouches with para cord, etc., and using them as is. Then for me, this new metal snap closure design, makes the pouch less secure and more prone to shift and move.
As a recreational user, I would prefer and use the LBT Tuck Tab modular webbing system, as opposed to any metal buttons MOLLE system, let alone that new (for lack of a better word) system.
The older spec metal button snap MOLLE pouch system is shown with the white arrow, pointing in the direction of the open channel, that will be secured through webbing.
The other 4 LBT metal snap button MOLLE pouches, representing the new system, have no open channel connection point at the bottom. Perhaps LBT did this so the pouches could be more easily removed for those who do that.
It is time consuming to weave on and off pouches with needle and alligator nosed pliars. The newer fabrics are also very thin. With my broken rough cut finger nails, I could easily tear the fabric on the plate carriers and gear. The MOLLE and fabric could easily tear with reapeaded stress and use. So for recreational use, I prefer to keep the pouches on, and just try to cover all the bases with their placement. So I prefer the LBT Tuck Tab style for the most secure fit.
Just what is in the Kangaroo pocket, might be enough for my use. I hope we can make quantity and get LBT to make those open topped single inserts for carbine and handgun mags. If the universal handgun mag could also be open bottomed and fit the short to tall 9mm carbine mags, HK94, SP89, etc., and the carbine mag pouch was universal / adjustable for also (HK91, HK93, HKG36, SIG550, etc.) then everything would would be perfect.
You have the correct belt. OD Green versions are pictured. Even though the rear of the the belt has a sewn on strip, to mate with your gear, holster, etc., it is still not a firm and secure conection. In that, the items placed on the belt will still move and shift around.
The LBT Lion label on the belt in the photo, will also prevent the hook and loop from making a connection, so the label will have to be removed.
In selecting the size of belt. If the adjustment ends that are folded over, cover much of the connection strip on the reverse side of the belt, then your pouches or holster, will have no connection point to the strip.
You could always trim and cut a longer belt, but doing too much and the whole belt may not stay together.
Nothing is perfect and after spending all that money. We may still need to take the time, to do it ourselves and modify to our needs. Tearing and cutting everything up.
I am not sure of the model of my pictured LBT dual handgun pouch. If it is a LBT-1609A or not. As stated earlier, of the few I had, there appeared to be different versions, accepting taller or shorter mags. So for me it has been a bit of a guess. @$55 per pouch, it is too much of a chance for me. I will double that and do another holster.
That green one appears for a longer mag, the others I had were for shorter, maybe M9 15rd.
The single handgun pouch to the side of the med pouch, fits a shorter G19 15rd sized mag. I define fit as, almost 100% of the hook and loop on the flap and pouch body make a connection, when in the closed position.