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ZolDrummer Thursday, May 30th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: 98 Custom, RT, Red Dot Sight, Expansion Chamber, Double Trigger, J&J Ceramic 14"
Strengths: It hold a lot of paint (600 rounds) and a bunch of other stuff, including a two-way radio, a squeegie, extra barrels, a tank, a clip for goggles, and other useful pockets for stuff. When I go out to play, I can fit all of my stuff in there, including my gun and a 500 round bag of paint.
When you run, the guppies don't hit the back of your legs or bounce around that much (so they don't make much noise)
It looks cool and impresses people that don't know about it
Weaknesses: -The straps for the pods are a bit too long (if a 100 round pod is used)
-seams around pods are kinda weak (my friend's ripped there)
-its a bit too big
-you don't feel it when you get hit in the back
-can't really use it in speedball because its too big
Conclusion: I'm pretty happy that I got it. It only cost about $30 on Ebay. I gave it a nine because it doesn't hold some 120 or 140 round pods and you cant tell when you get hit in the back. Its pretty cool, though, and can hold all of my stuff plus more
9 out of 10

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