PMI crap thing, it had terrible horizontal pods so they always stuck out and the belt buckle broke while I was playing.
TIPPMANN A-5 <> VORTEX <> PALMERS QEV <> SMOKE RICOCHET <> PB BOLT <> T6 STOCK <> FREAK JR. <> .693 & .691 INSERTS <> W.A.S. BOARD (set at 8 bps full-auto, or turbo)<> GTA X-CHAMBER (NOT USED, RUN HPA) <> REMOTE <> NXe 4+1 <> 4 - 140 RD. PODS <> 68ci 4500psi CF HP TANK
Cheap, works well.
No padding at all, you will get used to it.
My mother promised me a paintball related present for christmas so I really needed a new pack since my other one broke. I knew ahead of time that I wanted this pack so went to my Hobby Shop and I went right in a picked this out and we were outta there in no time. It was only $25 so she was pleased not having to spend a whole lot. I got home and stuck my tank in there which was a really tight fit and will only fit 68ci tanks that are long and slender, not short and fat. It will fit 20oz. CO2 tanks and lower with ease, they don't even stretch out the elastic.
I stuck some paint in my four 140rd. pods and stuck them in there and put it on, it was really nice and a bit heavy but I've gotten used to it now. There was one thing that I did not think of and that was the padding, as soon as I put it on I noticed that there was absolutley no padding at all which was not a biggie either because I layer clothes. It was camo so that was cool too. I used it for the first time in January and it held out nicely, the pods are easy to get out and I had no problems with it bouncing around when I ran.
This pack is really worth it, I love it won't be getting another one anytime soon.
Great for someone low on money and needs a pack with a tank off gun option. I only got this because it was cheap, camo, and I could put my tank on my back.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, March 11th, 2007 at 4:25 pm PST