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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 9.5 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $160

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It's definitely more expensive than other vest systems, but it also does a whole lot more than anything else on the market.

This unit allows you to put as much or as little on it as you want - it'll hold triple pouches for 140 or 100 round tubes; it also has standard pockets, radio pockets, cell phone pockets, a BACKPACK, and you can buy a ton of other products for it as well.

There is also an upcoming hydration system that will be incorporated into this system as well, for those scenario games where you're out in the middle of no-where.

Mount the pouches however you want - exit up, down, right, or left - you can also mount them on the front, back, or not at all. At max loadout, the vest will carry 6 triple pouches - that's 18 tubes, over a case of paint if you're using 140's.

The possibilities are endless!
Product Availability 
The COPS911 COPS Modular Vest is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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PChiarizio Tuesday, May 6th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Ronin 6+1
Marker Setup: Spyder Flash LCD, Centerflag 4500psi 68ci tank, 12VVL, Dye Boomstick 18", Tasco 4x15, ProTeam Warp Feed, Kapp offset drop cradle and a Zeus G2 lil' helper on the way
(Your standard autosniper with back-up all rolled into one)
Strengths: Completely adaptable to any situation from Scenarios to Hyperball, very well conceived collection of materials
Weaknesses: Mediums go out a ways but larges do not come in that much, adjustingwise.
Review: The Vest is exactly what I wanted - the ability to carry over a full load for the day, provide my upper body with a welt prevention system, allow for more maneuverability through various types of terrain, and just plain look professional out there on that field!

At this point, I have 12 150 round tube holders, 2 5-tube 10-round tube holders, 2 5-powerlet holders, a six-inch pouch and an eight-inch pouch for field gear on this vest, all loaded to the left side and back. I put the tank pouch onto the tank while it's on the gun and sling from the barrel to the strap on the tank pouch - makes an effective sling system that stays out of the way. This allows my entire right side to be free to maneuver whether I'm crawling on the ground or running down a trail. Once the Tactical holster and Zeus G2 come in, the present weaknesses I'm experiencing as a sniper will be taken care of. Running out of ammo in a long game is a thing of the past. Stripping all packs off for some speedball takes about 2 minutes.

The whole setup is easy to clean also, for you practical types out there.

The only thing bettter than this vest is Robert, the owner of COPS911, whose attention to the customer is well-appreciated and hard to find these days.
Conclusion: I have not compared this to similar products as I've never heard of one, but when I get exactly what I'm looking for from both a perfomance and utility perspective, that's a 10 out of 10 for me. Cost is not an issue - if you pay $%#@, you get $%#@, that's a fact.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, May 13th, 2003 at 8:40 am PST
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jouster666 Tuesday, January 31st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
None really. . . had hip pod holders in Rhodesian pattern
Marker Setup: ATS System AT-4 w/ carbine Stock OR Tippmann A-5 A81 Sniper package , 4500psi w/ remote. Empire reloader.
Strengths: Custom made to your liking, pouches, camo color, etc.
Weaknesses: Velcro would rather see more off a MOLLE set-up
Review: I now am a proud owner ofr three vests and different styles they offer. They are great when it comes to customizing to your needs.
Good selection of camo patterns and for those now getting into the new ACU pattern, guess what they have it! As for delivery time frame, its not all that bad you can get it in a reasonable time frame.
The last one i ordered can missing the intergrated sling, a simple email to them got me the missing two clips and webbing within a few days. Also I had a slight problem with one vest having poor quality stitching which they were willing to resolve right away but i had already started to repair it myself. My advice to all qwho may possibly run into this problem, LET THEM HANDLE IT! I know what i was doing but if your not good at those repairs avaoid them.
Conclusion: Great system, looking forward to a few more in the near future
Rating:
9 out of 10
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