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TopShooter Thursday, November 7th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Generic gun and gear bags from Bagmaster and other name brands.
Marker Setup: GX-3, Freak kit w/stainless back All American Front, Richocet 2k, Crossfire 88ci at 4500psi high output, Pschobalistics drop forward.
Strengths: This is one big bag. It looks big in the photos and though it looks long and narrow it's really quite deep and wide. I can hold 2 markers, 2 N2 bottles, Freak barrel kit in its box, tool kit, knee pads, gloves, goggles, hopper, towels and the chair that came with it and there's still room to spare.

It comes with 2 dividers so you can arrange the interiror of the bag anyway you need it and if you only travel with 1 marker you could squeeze a case or 2 of paint in the bag as well.

Best feature is the high quality and heavy duty padding of the bag. It's got thicker insulation than my ice chest. If it was water proof, I'd use one of those extra dividers and drop some ice in the bag for my drinks so I wouldn't have to lug the chest around.

First rate shoulder strap but use the wheels to pull the bag instead of carrying it.

It's a top quality product and I got it on line for less than $100. Just shop around.
Weaknesses: Nothing really except the weight. But you can't have that kind of quality with heavy duty padding and light weight. That's why the bag has wheels and a nice handle on it. Paintball equipment is heavy and you need a heavy duty gear bag to handle it. Otherwise, you might as well play ping pong.
Conclusion: Top Quality, nice style, lots of room and a fair price for a good bag. This is a must have if you want to keep all of your gear together in one bag.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Six Feet Under Monday, November 8th, 2004 | 2:29 pm PST
Where did you get this bag for $100?! The lowest I've seen it for is $139.99

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