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pidian Monday, April 27th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Nothing else like it that I'm aware of
Marker Setup: A-5
CAR stock
Flatline/14" J&J Ceramic
weaver sight rails w/red dot
polished internals
Strengths: - Convenient
- Well made
Weaknesses: - Only thing I can possibly think of is maybe if it were 3-4" longer....?
Review: I've been looking for something like this for about 2 years now. Met someone at a field who had a home-made one and have constantly looked for one since. I came across Scenario Arms just by chance, saw this piece, and bought it immediately. My first day out on the field with it was amazing! No more taking off your vest or having your buddy akwardly fill it while you stand there twiddling your thumbs. Just walk up and fill, it's so easy! The build quality is excellent and these days it comes with a camo sleeve for free. I assumed I would have to put the sleeve on and whatnot but it came securly zip-tied to the hose and it looks fantastic (I got CRYE multicam and it almost perfectly matches the Special Ops Omnipat camo). The rubber cap on the end of it is great too, it actually requires some work to pop off so you know it isn't going to rip open on a random branch. This thing is awesome, I can't imagine going back to playing without it.
Conclusion: If you have a vest this is a no-brainer and your only regret regarding it will be that you didn't purchase it sooner.
10 out of 10

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