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urbansix Saturday, December 4th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Ronin Gear Thunderpack
Ronin Gear 6+1
Marker Setup: 04 AGD TacOne with Level10,ULT
03 Bushmaster B2K with Macdev Redvalve, Chaos Board, CCM feed
98 ICD Desert Fox Deluxe
01 Cocker frankensniper conversion
Strengths: Rugged
Comfortable
Above all: Modular!
Weaknesses: location of ID pouch is useless. Could use a battle-swap holder.
Review: I have tried a few other harnesses and like this one the best. I play mostly woods & scenario, so I needed a harness that is very firm when running and jumping and crawling thru brush, etc. While some may complain about the foam lining making it hot, the foam makes it form-fitting and very snug. Comfort & snugness is helped by the wide belt and compression elastic straps. Pull tabs on the bod holders work very well. Velcro is strong after several months of use.

What I like most - and the original reason I chose this harness, is its modularity - you can arrange the pods or remote however you like! I initially wanted to try running a remote but did not want to be stuck with it if I went back to tank-on-gun. Also did not like most remote harnesses because of the pods sticking out sideways. I bought an extra single pod and now I run with 5 pods vertical, no remote. I have also added some grommets and army Y-back suspenders.

Got it new on Ebay for ~$25
Conclusion: Great harness - sturdy & comfortable, and the only one with flexible pod setup - great for trying different setups or if you play different styles at different times.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, December 4th, 2004 at 7:40 am PST
 

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