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Unregistered User Wednesday, December 5th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
4 years
4 years
Products Used:
jt 4+1 harness, Redz Flex Tek Comfort Pack
Marker Setup: Spyder xtra , dye stainless steel 12inch, 18vlt. viewloader, 32degrees turbo max nitrogen tank. Boo-Yaah electronic grip frame, aftermarket bolt
Strengths: It holds paint......really cheap ,like $10
Weaknesses: The pods it comes with suck, you need to use two hands to open them (that means setting your gun down or at least putting it under your arm). It sags . It bangs around when you run because it's only held at the verry top by the strap. loud. it only holds about 180 balls (those pods only hold like 90 not 100 I counted once cuz I was bored)
Conclusion: If yur just geting into the sport this is a good pack for you. It was my first pack and it worked good enough to get me through the newbie stage. after I bought that jt pack I took this off the belt and stuck in on the jt pack belt to protect me from any nasty groin hits..........I only use it to carry the paint I'm going to put in the hopper when I get on the field for the first game of the day.(so it's empty when I'm playing, works pretty good for that)
8 out of 10

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