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DasSchwein Monday, June 23rd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Old 2 pod pack.
Marker Setup: Spyder "One"
J&J Barrel
Coiled Remote
JCS Folding Stock
Strengths: Light
Quality Construction
Low Profile
Weaknesses: Pods slip out easily
Review: This pack is built tough. It's made of quality materials and put together well.

I bought 2 pods form spec ops in the same order as my harness. The pods slip out when full. 2 or 3 steps is all I could make before they were on the ground. The elastic just isn't tight enough.

I was albe to stop the pods from falling out by wrapping them in hockey grip tape. It made them a little fatter and rough on the elastic. No problems since then.

The reviews on their site seem to be mostly favorable but there were a few with the same problem I had.

A good product but not a finished product. Get it if you want to see for yourself as Spec Ops has a very liberal return policy but make sure to check out some pictures and judge for yourself on the design.
The construction is top notch like I said before. The only downfall is that just a small velcro cap would be a tremendous improvement. The elastic just isn't strong enough to hold the plastic pods in.
4 out of 10

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