BT-4 Iron horse
Ricochet AK loader
Mamba fighting sling
BT magazine expansion chamber
Reflection from lens is a thing of the past.
Pain to apply.
After numerous times of low crawling towards people and having them say " Man, if I hadn't seen the glint from your mask I would have never seen you!" I invested in these.
I had some misgivings given the high number of -5 reports. After playing for 5 hours with these, I can only say that they are wildly exaggerated, or not applied properly.
So here's how to make them work.
Clean your mask with alcohol pads thoroughly. I used four pads, and wiped until the last pad came up clean. You would be surprised how dirty your lens is even when it looks clean.
Then, I peeled the entire stick off, and placed it sticky side up on a clean flat surface. I placed my lens in the center, and then rolled it right, and then rolled it left. Using a razor, I cut off the excess. I put some pressure on the lens and rolled it back and forth, checked it for bubbles, and then rolled it again back and forth. I then PUT IT AWAY FOR A WEEK.
I went to my local field, and told my favorite two ambush/sniper folks to gog me every time they could. 5 hours and three gogs later, I have the following to report:
I had no trouble wiping the paint off with a cloth rag. A spray bottle with diluted windex picked up any remaining paint. I didn't make any effort not to scrub, and the decal stayed on just fine. It's my guess that if you wipe the paint off as soon as possible, even that nasty pink paint will come off.
I think if you apply these correctly to clean lens, and let the adhesive set, this is an invaluable tool for the woodsball player. For now I'm giving it a ten, but I'll edit my review after a months worth of play if I find anything new.