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TimmyForHire 69 Thursday, March 11th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
uhhhhhhhhh DYE????
and mantis thats a pretty good pack o ya and redz
Marker Setup: 2002 vertical feed cocker with a e-blade, evil pipe, pure energy 68/4500, shocktech drop and on/off and an egg to top it all off (personally this gun looks nice but it is a peice of s**t)
My primary gun is a GZ Timmy with a uni mount, a ultralite(holy s**t it is straight) a waz board, uograded L.P.R,dragon gips, shock tech bolt and a pure energy 68/4500
Strengths: Small holds as many pods as i need
Weaknesses: uhh if u cut the loops they tend to frey
Review: Well i traded my extreme rage 5&4 for this pack,two dye pods, a smoke stack, and a smarts part girl barrel plug soo im quite happy with this pack i mean im not like about to have a heart attack chuggin up those hills in woods ball so only carrying 3 pods makes me feel like a feather in the wind. (I skipped all the way down to the fifty once)
Conclusion: this is a good pack for proz and sh*t so i suggest this one or a dye pod pack
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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