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Jodo_Kast Monday, June 26th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 4 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
A "militia" esq hat
Marker Setup: The MR-2, 20 OZ C02 tank, electronic hopper, Tru-Flight 14 " barrel
Strengths: Its thick, and comfortable!
Weaknesses: Not realy a weakness, but the price.
Review: The first time going to a paintball shop, the guy working had one of these on, and I realy liked it. He told me to go to hundreth monkey, but I never could find one available for sale. I went back a few days ago, and he had ordered two more, so I picked one up tried it on, and liked it.

The $35 price point was sorta high for my budget, as I didn't realy want a hat, but man, I just couldn't get over how cool it was, so I got it anyway, in black.

I've been hit in the head before, and it does hurt, but I'm preety sure this hat will make you worry free of head impacts. Its heavy duty, and has a great range of protection. Plus you could always wear it around, outside the paintball feild.
Conclusion: I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a hat, or someone who was afraid of getting a head shot, or has a past expeirence with a head shot.
10 out of 10

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