WGP Autococker 2003 Verticle Feed
Custom Products 16" Blue Barrel
Drop forward with ON/OFF nob
Empire "Reloader" Hopper
Gets hot after awhile
Falls apart in washer
Neck line hurts
I was at the Michigan Monster game (biggest "Big" game in the world) and I was getting a little sick of my two year old camo, so I looked around for a jersey from some of the vendors. I saw this one for $10, so I picked it up, wore it, and it did pretty good. Though I got hit in the neck, and the combination of the hit, plus the lanyard, plus the game piece (worn on a necklace) all added up alot of neck pain, and the jersey didn't help any. So the neck hurt like heck, but it gets you hidden when you need it... but if you want to hide, buy some camoflauge!!! All I can say is, if you want to spend less then $20 on a jersey, get this!!!
Really good jersey, really good price.... but my biggest complaint is the neck, it just plain ol' hurts after awhile.... but hides you pretty good when you need to hide, but I wouldn't use it as a sub for actual camoflauge.
98 WGP Autococker w/ 12" ceramic barrel, 9 volt revy hopper, brand new gladiator reg.
affordable, comfortable and professional look
none that i can think of
I think its a great jersey i bought the red one and i love it. i dont know about everyone else but when you see someone at a field that has jersey you have to admit you are a little but more intimidated than some newb who shows up in camo and/or a t-shirt. Its affordable like a mofo i paid 20 for mine and its great.
I would suggest it if you are looking for a sleek professional look for an affordable price.
Very good jersey. It didnt rip or anything and i liked the speedball camo design. I got it for 20 bucks
My only gripe was taht it didnt vent the air at all. I was burning up in my jersey after 25 minutes at the field. If Paintball Junkies added mesh vents to the sides of the jersey, it'd be a lot nicer.
good jersey to start off with. Nice design that'll work good for speedball or woods. Just gets a bit too hot for me.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 4th, 2004 at 7:09 pm PST