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QuietRiot27 Friday, August 29th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Duffel Bag, Backpack...........................
Marker Setup: Blue Dust Angel Speed, System X Chrome d/f, Evil Pipe Barrel, 68ci/4500 Pure Energy Tank With THOR Reg.
Strengths: Freakin' Sweet, Holds EVERYTHING and then some
Weaknesses: BIGGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!, Re zipping the two pieces together is really hard. Cost.
Review: Awesome. First day I used it ( top part only) all my friends laughed at me cause it was so big. But when it started raining, I put up my Angel and whipped out my old Spyder TL and Tippmann 98 Custom.....that's right it holds three markers, many tanks, all the tools you could need, 20 pods, a pod pack, at least three hoppers (Ricochet 2K), Three bags of 500 rd paint, Two goggle systems, and an Evil Pipe Barrel Kit......Need I say More?
Conclusion: If you want the BEST paintball bag, then look no further. It truly is remarkable. It is also very big, seriously, don't attempt to carry it too long on your back.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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