the pods are spread out
not comfortable to wear at all
with this pack on i allmost couldnt even move. i used it 2 times and then i said screw it and never used it agian. I guess if you want to stand in one place the whole time this is the pack for you but if you intend to move anywhere from 5 feet and up dont buy this pack. With all 8 pods and a 20 once on the back it wieghts about 20 pounds(not really but its heavy) so you really cant run at all. It will stick out of the side of a bunked too because the pods stick out to the sides. Not a good pack for speedball by any means. Dont try to bunker someone with this on.
This pack is too big, get one that has the pods placed better if you want to have better success. I will give it a 3 because it can hold a lot of paint and a tank.
Tippmann Model 98 Custom
Pro Team 98 Commando F/X Kit
GTA Double Trigger
CP Lightning Drop
CP On/Off ASA
Viewloader 12 v Revvy w X-board
PMI 68 CI 4500 PSI N2 Tank
Eagle CAR-15 Assault Sling
Tacstar tactical light
Can hold alot of paint
Can hold an extra tank or remote setup
Heavy when loaded with the above
Shoulder straps could've been better
First of all, this pack was definitly not made for speedball. Its horizontal tube layout betrays that idea, but this pack is an excellent choice for rec-ball or scenario games. Depending on the size of the tubes carried you can hold 1160 using 145s, or 800 using 100s. The tank holder carries a 68 ci. N2 tank very well, even with a Dye cover on it. To fix the shoulder straps, I just bought those military padded LC2 Straps. This pack is definitly heavy when loaded, but if you don't mind the weight, I recomend it. I remember the days when Brass Eagle was on the forefront of technology, when the Stingray was the first mass available semi, and no-one complained. But in these days, no-one seems to remember that the Angel was developed by Brass Eagle.
This is a suitable pack for Rec or Scenario games, and I highly recommend it.
tippmann 98 custom with 32 nyte stick viewloader revolution with x-board bp-usa folding stock response trigger 32 degrees coiled remote
this thing holds a tank for coil and allot of paint snug
cost allot $$$ to be able to keep the pods full for a day
who says brass eagle doesn't make good products. their harness is one of the most comfortable and affordable and good ball haulers i have ever used. when you have a extra tank put it in the tank pouch and it stays there and it wont fall out. and at the same time you got a reasonable amount of paint still on your back. if you got a coil GET THIS PACK IT WAS MENT FOR COIL USERS LIKE ME
buy it coil users and even if you arnt it hold alot of paint
32 Degrees 4+1, Proline 3 Pod Packs, and Redz 3 Pod Packs
Old School Genie (Before they became Rebels) w/ Custom Built Aliminum Drop Forward, Black J/J Pro One (12") Dead On X-Core 8 Stage Chamber (Green)
Old School Classic Spyder One with Carbon Fiber (14"), Bob Long Cyclone Force II, Shocktech LP Chamber (Blue) (Debating the Omega Valve)
Phirana E Force EXT PRO 2K3 on the way
Holds alot of Paint (1000+ Rnds.)
Great Protection for your back
Can be big and bulky (I had to custom set the straps where I wanted)
I know alot of people bash BE, and I'm not the biggest fan, but I got this at a diecent price back when I was the heavy arms guy for a senario/rec ball squad (Tipp 98 w/ RT and Flatline...no longer use because of weight issues) but I still use it for big long games and senarios. Since I'm a small player I did have to adjust it (5' 1" and 115 lbs, but hey, being small has it's advantages). This pack has got me through 3-4 senarios and countless games of rec ball. I do reccomend it espically if you have a gun that shoots alot of paint or if you want to be a hose player in a tourney, it carries the paint you need.
Explained it all above, so if you want to get something that doesn't stand out for rec ball, or something solid for tournaments, get this, it might be tough to find but it shouldn't cost too much cause it's BE. I really like it, but it does add some weight.