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sixfrost Tuesday, September 16th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Marker Setup: Tippmann A-5 w/RT, remote, 14"AA barrell
Strengths: Allows hands free carry, quick release
Weaknesses: Single point of attachment, uneven balance, hard to adjust properly
Review: Yes, I know the A5 only has one point of attachment for a sling, but unless you have a remote, the balance is all screwed up and the marker is bouncing a little above your knees, hitting you if you try to run. But if you have to climb - comes in handy. Also has a very usefull quick release if you need to get more freedom of movement with the marker
Conclusion: Well, it is better then carrying it in your hands, but you cant sling it.
5 out of 10

Review Comments
Mr.Sandman2242 Saturday, October 11th, 2003 | 5:15 pm PST
I think one of the main points of this Combat Sling is to use it as a stock-type tool to help your aim. Like SAS soldiers, you can put the sling in a completely unslacked position, giving you a tight, steady aim. Try it, and maybe you'll find your sling more useful.

Goat Master Tuesday, December 23rd, 2003 | 11:45 am PST
yeah sandman has a point, but so do I. Think about it, is there really any way they could stop the gun from jingling, I mean the CO2 is your problem, not the sling. so if the extra weight from your CO2 is makin you bug out, just get a smaller CO2, or use the sling the way it should be, always have your gun in hand, ALWAYS. I use my sling to help steady and to make sure it doesn't fall off me. Sorry if I affended you, just take our advice.

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