I bought this bag mainly for price and size.
I have 2 of everything and wanted a storage bag and an easy way to carry all my gear to the fileds.
I play in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Virginia so that bag has to travel frequently.
Overall it holds everything well and is well compartmentalized.
The strap has "failed" First teh brass triagle that the shoulder strap clips to bent and fell off. Now I have the clip attached directly to the fabric loop. Now the clip has punched a hole through that fabric loop.
Also on the other side the brass ring shifted and punched a hole through the fabric loop on teh other side.
Now I am just wating for the shoulder strap to bust completely.
For the the length of the bag is an issue as well make it a pain to carry and tough for small cars.
I realizethe strap issues are porbably due to the fact that I carry 2 of everything I just hoped it would have held up for longer.
its probably because the company changed the dimensions a little (not as wide) and removed the wheels of their other bag. if they kept the wheels it wouldnt be a big problem. But boy, isnt that a monster? they are huge! im thinking of getting one of the mega body bags. Thanks for the info.
Last edited on Saturday, September 3rd, 2005 at 2:20 pm PST
Ninjaroo, How's it going. The new generation Bodybags all have super heavy duty military grade gun metal hardware which will last forever. I think you had one of the first generation bags, only a few were made that way before they made the change. Someone said if you contact the manufacturer direct (go to www.paintballbodybags.com) they will actuall send you a brand new bag for free, no joke !, you may have to pay shipping, maybe around $10. These guys are not a huge corporation that doesn't give a..........about you, they care. Later
Last edited on Thursday, August 3rd, 2006 at 5:42 am PST