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Unregistered User Friday, March 22nd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Duffle bags, rigid gun cases
Marker Setup: Spyder EM1 w/Tuc-tite d/f , 68/3000, 12 v revvy, Dye stickys
Strengths: Everything I own fits in this little jewel. Mesh bag is nice for stowing dirty/muddy clothing away from our expensive toys. My gun fits just fine with the drop forward in place, although I do have to remove my elbow. No prob, the large zippered side pockets fit my revvy with the elbow attached. Room for tools, squeegees, extra batteries, etc. With only 1 gun inside, you can store your harness with 2 pods on top of your airtank pocket.
Weaknesses: When fully loaded, it's a little heavy. Pack's fault? Nah, I just shouldn't have so much crap. I do wish it had some way to pack some paint though. Can't figure a way to affix harness to outside of pack, even though manufacturer claims to have a feature for just that purpose.
Conclusion: Awesome product. A bit pricey, but when you spend that much money on a marker, you need to protect it. Way worth it. If you like to keep all your eqt. in 1 place and protected, this is the pack to have.
9 out of 10

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