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Da'dtou-di Wednesday, June 22nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Nartech Stealth (sweet)
Ronin gear 4+1 (doesnt compare)
Crappy VL 2 pod thing
Marker Setup: Spyder Flash
Supa Fly Bolt
16" ARMSON Stealth or OTP 12" barrel
50 rnd hopper
4oz CO2 tank
Cocker W. a Qloader
Strengths: Very little bounce
Holds massive tanks
Small profile
Weaknesses: None, for most people
Review: First of all: My harness was a rare 2+1 version, but there's nowhere wo post on it, so mine was lighter, and smaller than a 4+1.

I loved using this harness. My dad and I started playing paintball together, and we each got a few harnesses over the years. A while ago, I needed a bigger one for my Q-pods. My Nartech one took forever to get to me, so I borrowed this one from him.



Wow, this pack fit me really well. The pack was not elastic, yet still managed to fit me. I am also a judo player and Jiu jit su student, so I am not built like a normal person. Most packs don't do well, when I try jumping over things in them. I played speedball, and some rec with this, no problems. Which was SHWEET!


I like that word, I'm going to get it patented! lol. Anyway, I have a 4500 psi/ 68 cu tank, and my ronin harness barely fits a 20 oz CO2. My cocker wont run on CO2 (it will but that's a no-no) So I had this harness for my remote HPA set up. It had room to spare. However, I just cinched down on the tank, and no movement at all!


Since the two pods were held vertically, they were BARELY visible even on my very lean figure. That rocked since my ronin harness was always holding pods out horizontally about 3" on either side of my body.

The only downside is that I am about 5' 7" and the tank would dig into my back if I tried sitting down, and leaning back. Sometimes if I leaned really far when standing the same outcome. No big deal though, just move your feet to get into position! This would not be a problem for people just a little taller. Maybe 5' 9".
Conclusion: It's an awesome buy if you run a remote set-up. The weight reduction makes it easy to run around for hours, and keep the gun high in 24 hr games. I'm giving it a ten because it's as close to purrrrr-fection as you will ever get. Now I'm wishing I bought this pack rather than my Nartech one!
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Afromatic Thursday, July 7th, 2005 | 11:22 pm PST
Nice review man, I have my pack on order now.

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