Angel IR3 (Freak Barrel, MacDev Gladiator, SS hammer, Cobra Flat trigger, Cobra snatch grip, CP Quick Disconnect Feed Neck, CP Pro Rail)
Angel Force 4 Fly (Titanium Longbow, CP Pro Rail, MacDev 03 Conquest)
Bang for the buck
Small pocket for keys
Must remove belt to access zipper pocket
Not the world's best looking harness pack
I have been using the Flurry Industries Ultraback Harness for the past 6 months and I highly recommend it. I mainly use this harness for woods games on hot days and switch to the Flurry Tactical Vests on colder days. This harness allows you to configure the pack any way you like for different games and situations. The belt has a nice range of adjustment for different waist sizes, good back support and has a small zipper pocket for holding your money and a car key. Also, the pod holders are not made too tightly and it is fairly easy to pull out and put back the pod tubes during a intense situation in the game. I was worried at first with the velcro wearing out from use but it has held up perfectly and pretty much still as strong as when it was new. The only improvement I would suggest to Flurry is that they make the little zipper pocket more accessible while the belt is being worn. All in all, an Excellent product.
Out of all the packs I had owned and tested, I would say that this one is the best bang for the buck because of its modular configuration. There are better looking packs out there but nothing really comparable in this price range. If your budget is under $40, this is the pack to get.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, June 15th, 2004 at 1:00 pm PST