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XRidgelinerX Thursday, August 13th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
A few other larger packs
Marker Setup: Tipman a-5 with response trigger, other wise stock. Spyder Pilot ACS with Fasta Hopper
Strengths: Inexpensive - Works
Weaknesses: Belt is trash. Throw it away!
Review: I have a 4 pod harness and a 6 +1 harness. I seldom use that much paint unless it is an all day scenario game. I got this little 2 pod harness and it works great. I threw away the belt and use the one that holds my pants up. If you put one strap on either side of a belt loop, you will solve the slipping problem some other reviewers have reported. Push the pods down hard on the elastic and they never slip out and the ejection design will work well.

If you need to carry more paint, this is not for you. In my woodsball play I never use over 500 rounds (250 hopper+ two 140 pods) in a game. It is perfect for me. Mine is in digital camo.
Conclusion: If two pods is enough it is the best 2 pod holder there is.

I only give it a 9 cause you have to pay for the useless belt.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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