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mastercheif_425 Wednesday, June 22nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
1 year
Products Used:
random backpack, duffel bags
Marker Setup: black 03 imagine
14inch smart parts progressive
12 oz co2 lightweight
reloader 2
black microline
lapco clamping feed neck and sticky 3's in the mail
Strengths: Holds what you need.
Weaknesses: Kinda bad if you put a sling on it
Review: i like this thing i got it for x-mas. its better then the duffel bags and backpacks ive been using. usually i take my 20' squeegee, spyder w/ barrel on and 2 lock lids in the gun compartment. in the front part, the removable tank bag is nice i can get 2 lock lids and a 12 oz co2 in there, also in that compartment i put a reloader 2, gloves, neck protector, stock barrel, batteries, instruction Manuel's etc. etc. etc. what would have made this thing great is if they put a shoulder sling on it. i used a couple of carbines and some strap i found for this thing. the strap can dig into your neck. all in all good product. i give it an 8 out of 10.
Conclusion: Get this if you want something cheap, if you get it put a shoulder strap on it that has a comfort thing on it.
8 out of 10

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