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floatch Monday, December 22nd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
None
Marker Setup: 98 Custom, completely stock... hoping to get an A5.
Strengths: Tough, seems reliable, simple, does the job.
Weaknesses: Might be hot in summer?
Review: Yowza, this thing looks cool. It holds 4 pods nicely, could carry two more with some slight modification (cutting stitching on elastic part). Holds tank as well, HPA or CO2. Holds tank very securely. Plenty of pockets for tools, squeegies, radio, grenades, etc. The logo is a nice subdued color, dark and not too noticable. Very black, if that's your thing. I might paint mine with some camo paint to blend in more... It might be hot in summertime, but I might cut out the slight padding to make it cooler.
Conclusion: Great for carrying paint and tank. Great for lessening the impact paint makes on the body. Super nice people at Flurry, sent me some free stickers when I asked, along with my order. I give it a 9, not because it's not great, but because it'd have to be perfect to get a ten. It really is great, though.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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