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SmartPart1191 Sunday, January 13th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
3 years
Marker Setup: SP 14" Freak Barrel
SP Shocker Style Mini-Drop w/ Twist On/Off Valve
Q-Lock Low-Rise Feedneck
NDZ Vortex Body Kit/Vortex Regulator Sleeve
NDZ V2 Bolt
NDZ Breach/Firing Can/Swivel Donut
NDZ Ball Detents
Custom Products Sling Trigger
Scenario Dreams T-Board w/ Dye Membrane
Hybrid .45 Grips
Strengths: Adjustable
Holds Up To 5 Pods
Weaknesses: Only Use Extra Pod Slots With 140 Round Pods 160 Round Pods Won't Fit
Review: I love this pod pack, if you have it adjusted correctly to your waist size you won't have any problems with the pack at all. Sometimes it does tend to get a little loose and when you run it bounces up and down, but that's not something you can avoid with any pack. The elastic pod ejection system works wonders, you just rip the velcro strap down and it's like magic you have a pod in your hand.
Conclusion: I would recommend this pod pack to anyone who doesn't already own one, or if they're looking into buying a new one. Worth every penny in my opinion!
10 out of 10

Review Comments
kaje423 Friday, June 13th, 2008 | 9:00 am PST
do the main pod slots (the ejectors) hold a 160 rnd pod? will it hold dye lock lids at all?

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