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tanks78 Sunday, April 1st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
View Loader Attitubes
Marker Setup: Tippmann Model 98 Custom
Evil Driver Barrel
200rd Hopper
Pure Energy 20oz CO2
NXe 4+1 Harness
Remote w/o slide check(working on getting one)
Strengths: Sturdy
holds pods
holds a tank as well.
Price(only $20)
Weaknesses: Nothing
Review: I got the camo version of this pack. while i was playing i noticed that the pack stayed on my back through out the day. it didn't move around like the Attitubes one did. the attitubes would start to fall down then i would have to pull it back up. This pack has the straps for the pods. this is helpful because a pod wont open if you hit it or anything. The spot for the tank was helpful too because my friend let me use his remote halfway through the day and the pack got a lil bit heavier. so i just tightened the pack to compensate for the extra weight. This pod pack is very comfortable on your back. in any position it is ready to dispense ammo to your hands.
Conclusion: This is a great pod pack in the price range of $10-$30. its good for people who dont need to carry tons of paint but want to use a remote to get the weight off their gun.
10 out of 10

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