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reualnai Monday, October 9th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
4 years
Products Used:
Empire 3+4
DYE attack pack 3+2
Marker Setup: ICD Promaster with:
Spike Bolt Pin
CCM No rise feedneck
Detonator Reg
NDZ bottomline
S.P. Freak Barrel Kit
Evlution2 w/ y-board
ACI Bulldog-III 68ci 3000psi HPA tank
Strengths: Holds the pods
Fairly Comfortable
Possible Better Pod Orientation (personal preferance)
Weaknesses: No tightening straps(looser fit)
Worse Pod Orientation (personal preferance)
May not fit Dye Locklids
Review: I have had this pack for over a year and have been moderately pleased with it. It has held pods relatively securely (except me locklids which wouldn't fit) and is pretty comfy although not very snug. The weaknesses i found, which were genrally of personal preferance, were as folows
-I slide a lot on my sides often resulting in lids poping open (this could be solved by locklids if they would fit)
-I found that personally i did not like the orientation of the pods and made it harder to retrieve them from the pack when compared to vertical style placement.
Conclusion: There is nothing physically wrong with this pack or its construction although i would not recomend it to those who slide on there sides alot.
8 out of 10

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