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joe"pyscho" Wednesday, August 18th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
1 year
Products Used:
A little navy bag i found at the salavation army... worke almost as good as this; just not as padded and no straps, though it had two pouches; one inside and out which was cool.
Marker Setup: Piranha e-force gti 2k4, SP freak jr, 3 inserts, pmi blue flame drop, revvy 12v xboard, 9oz.
Strengths: Can hold a lot, soft, protective
Weaknesses: Non-rearrangeable straps.
Review: I got a free case order form with my gun, but it took 3 or four months for it to get here. Anyway, it does what a marker case is supposed to do; holds your gun and anything else. It took me awhile to get the layout of my equipment right, but i still had to swith around the barrel spot with my tank and used the tank spot for my revvy since my barrel has its own case. Anyway, it can hold everything I need it to and thats enuf for me. The only downer is its lack of arrangeable straps.
Conclusion: Get it because its a cheap marker case and you get what you pay for, but if you have the extra money, get a JT SAFE CASE or RUFUS DAWG HARD CASE, instead of the pmi case thing.
8 out of 10Last edited on Monday, October 11th, 2004 at 5:08 pm PST

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