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98 or BT-4 Thursday, February 19th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
6 months
Products Used:
JT Reaper (best lense change system ever)
Proto Switch EL (Sold)
Marker Setup: BT-4 Combat
Aimpoint Red Dot Sight
Foregrip/ Bipod
Strengths: Light
Good looking
Weaknesses: Fogged
Review: Me getting the V-Force Profiler is totally the result of peer pressure. I often see all the pro-players using either Dye stuff or the V-Force stuff. Since I don't quite like how the mouth part of Dye masks sticks out (plus the fact that I can't afford Dye stuff), I purchased the V-Force Profiler during a sale.

The V-Force Profiler is very good looking mask, plus it is very light compare to my JT-Reaper. The soft rubber may also get me a few bounce or so, however since I haven't get a facefull yet, I will not confirm this rumor.

One of the problem I have with the Profiler is the fact that the lense change producedure is relative tedious. I have to unbuckle two straps, slide two tabs out, and gently pop the lens out. I often worry that I may snap the lens in half when I am popping it or our back it.
Conclusion: The V-Force Profiler is a good mask, but it is not the ultimate paintball mask.
9 out of 10

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