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Cougar Sunday, October 31st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Normal Backpack
Small SUV bags
Marker Setup: Black 2K3 VertFeed Autococker
ANS Jackhammer II
Shocktech Ram
Shocktech BOMB 3way
03 Dye Stickys
WGP Torpedo Drop
Halo B
Evil Pipe
3A 68/45
Strengths: Compartments
Weaknesses: Price
Barrel Kit Compartment
Gun Sleeve
Review: Alright if your looking to start traveling with your pb gear this is the thing for you. You can fit almost all your paintball gear plus the kitchen sink (I just couldn't stop myself from saying it) But yeah there's a compartment for almost all of your basic gear (Goggle system, Air System, Barrels, Tools etc...) The area for your goggle is padded so no worry about cracking your lens. You can fit a HPA up to 117ci if im correct, but any Co2 will fit in there. Also you can fit 4 barrels of up to 18inch's, but my problem with is is that I have a Pipe kit with 5 back pieces and find myself with a extra back peice that I have no room for (in barrel sleeves) And also back pieces are only about 5inch's so there not very well secured to the sleeve. Another thing is the Marker Sleeves, you have 2 sleeves in this backpack, but like some people say you have trouble fitting your marker in there. I have a 2K3 Autococker and with a WGP torpedo drop (medium drop) its a very tight fit, wouldn't put it in there in fear of breaking a nipple on my front block since its so tight. Would only put in my marker in there if I took off the drop, lets say I wouldn't be allowed to have it on me. Not only that but my Tippmann Pro-Carbine those not fit in the sleeve in account that it is too long, I need to take off the front grip to make it fit, but this isn't a big problem with me since I always have a extra bag with me. Oh almost forgot this thing is pricey! there like $150 (Canadian) new, but I got mine for $70 use so it isn't that bad. But yeah sep those minor flaws this is a great backpack, oh and now that I think of it the back is padded so no worry about you gear stabbing you as you walk around with it.
Conclusion: Great product if you plan on traveling with your gear. If you have the cash go get it.
8 out of 10Last edited on Monday, March 28th, 2005 at 4:50 pm PST

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