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bruno Tuesday, July 29th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
None
Marker Setup: Spyder Compact 2-in-1 Java
CMI Tru-Flight Barrel 16"
Strengths: Does its job of holding balls, Cheap
Weaknesses: Bounces around a lot when running.
Review: I purchased the Brass Eagle ball haulers for $3 shipping included for each off of ebay. Pretty good for the price if you ask me. Holds enough balls for one quick game. Other people were complaining about the Brass Eagle logo that was sewn on. Quick and easy solution was to cut it off. Complaints about it moving around on your belt were solved by putting it in your belt loops. During a game I was able to easily pull a pod out and reload within seconds. Having two of these together would be good for increasing your paint carrying capabilities.
Conclusion: I recommend this product to any beginner or people on a tight budget. Very easy to use and looks okay. I rate this product an 8 because it was purchased for a very good price and has served me well so far. More serious players may want something better, but it does its job well for a rec baller.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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