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NetMedic Sunday, April 1st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Hockey Bags, Duffel Bags, and JT Gun cases.
Marker Setup: Custom Ando Etek with titanium rammer, cure bolt, freak barrel, Kila detents
Tippmann A5 with through the air stock and QEV
Old School VM-68
Strengths: Large. The whole bag is very large but not so much that is too large
Weaknesses: Bottom of bag is difficult to get too.
Review: I was looking for a bag that I could carry all three of my markers. When I play I like to play all types of paintball and typically will play all my markers in a given day. My goal was to find a bag that would hold all three plus all my stuff to go along with those makers. In this bag I have the following: Three Markers, 2 HPA tanks (68 and 72), 1 20 oz Co2 tank, 3 barrel backs 8 barrel inserts, 6 barrel fronts, part kits for all three markers, pulse hopper, gravity hopper, tool kit, various towels, mask, gloves, pod pack, woodsball vest, woodsball pants and shirt, speedball jersey and pants.

So looking back I have a lot of stuff in there. I will say no matter what bag you have you will fill it and will always want a bigger bag. The Redz bag is great. The quality is second to none. I looked at the Empire, Eclipse, and Dye bags. The problem I had was my local store did not carry all the bags and it was difficult to visualize if all my gear would fit. The dye was my first choice and the Redz a close second. Price won out here since I was able to get the Redz much cheaper. I paid 120.00. The Dye bag was 185+ if you can find it.

A lot of people bad mouth the lack of a telescoping handle on the Dye bag but I have never used the one on the Redz.

So overall the Redz is very nice. There are two things I do no like.

1. There are three sections in the main compartment separated by a removable divider system. If you place your marker in the sections they tend to slide around. I had to get a separate gun bag from Redz to put my marker in so there is some protection.
2. The bottom section is intended to hold clothes. I have quite a lot down there including pod packs and vests. The problem I have is that your configure the main compartment they way you want then zip it close...When you unzip the bottom section and open it (like a book) the stuff in the top section goes flying. That is another reason why i had to get a separate gun bag.

Conclusion: Overall I think the bag is nice but the Dye has a better design in that the bottom section can be removed totally. If the Dye bag was cheaper then I would have gotten it. I'm not sorry I got the Redz bag though.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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