Striker Pro 4-Pax
• Ideal for recreational or tournament players
• Unique QuickDraw™ system for fast reloading in the field
• Maximum carrying capacity:560 paintballs
• Holds four 100- or 145-round Super Tubes
• Premium fabric of choice, 500 denier ripstop Cordura® Plus nylon
• Packaging: Resealable rigid-handle poly bag with insert card
• Black, Forest Green, Advantage® Camo
The Brass Eagle Striker Pro 4-Pax is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
I have used a 4+1 pack also by brass eagle. I liked it about eqaully. The only advantage it has over this pack is that you can hold a tank and use a remote with it.
Tippmann 98, 12V Revolution, 14" Progressive, 48ci/3000psi Pure Energy Tank
-Green color doesn't stand out
-Can hold 100 and 140 round pods
-Belt doesn't adjust to all sizes
-Slides a bit
I got this pack at my local sporting goods store for only $11.99 and the total with 4 pods was still less than 20 bucks. I got 4 Java pods that held 140 rounds. I beleive that 100 round pods would fit much more comfterably in the pack, but the 140 round pods still worked. The quick pull string allows you to pull out pods without even looking down!
Getting the pods in and out of the pack was quite easy, as it has a quick pull cord. I don't really worry about putting them back in whilst on the field, but its just as easy as pulling them out because the cord allows you to quickly locate the strap, place the pod back in, and then velcro it shut. The velcro held the pods well, and I shook it around alot to test the hold, none fell out.
This pack is clearly made for taller folks, but I adjusted the belt tightly around my waist and it still held well. It shakes around on my waist alot, and that is definitely a bad thing. The pack is not a huge target and doesn't add much to a players profile. I like this pack and would recommend it to anyone.
I give this pack a 9/10 because it is cheap, functional, easy to use, and fits me well.
2002 Eclipse Body Shocker 4x4 (Green Blue Fade)
Eclipse Magno Blade Trigger (AWESOME)
68ci 4500 CrossFire Low Pressure Tank
Dye Rhino Cover
-Holds the pods well
-Worth the price
-Jumps on your back a lot
-hard to get a comfortably fit on your back
Since I have no real base for comparison this review can only be so accurate. But i think is is one of the few Brass Eagle products that redeems the name. Those nifty little circle things that are supposed to help getting the pods out, are more harm than good. Don't use them, if you just open it like any other harness, then if works fabulously.
-Great product considering its coming from Brass Eagle's long line of knocked on products
-Get it if you can find it, it aint bad at all.
Tippmann 98 Custum, Flatline barrel, 12V Revolution, 20 oz
* Holds over enough paintballs for front/middle player
* The draw-strings are unquie
* Replacing pods is very difficult to do with one hand
*No tank holder
the Brass Eagle Striker Pro 4-Pax is one of the only great products made by BE. This and the Rainmaker that is.
The BE Striker fits around your waist using a buckle which is convenient to take on or off, but it slides down if you do not have a big waist.
The Stiker Pro bit
This is what makes this ball hauler stand out. There are four draw-strings, one on each flap, and are used to open the flap quickly so the pod can be taken out quickly. The pods are put in from bottom to top, so gravity helps(but still requires a pull) to get the pod out once the flap is pulled away with the draw-string. This is a very unique setup, so if you are used to one that is different, you may have some getting used to if you purchase this product.
I got this pack from a friend actually. He quit paintballing, so I bought it from him with a tank and butt plate for $20, which was a steal, but this prodcut is still cheap even new. I have to say that I am very please with this product and that Brass Eagle pulled through with this pack. Nice job BE.
java 6+1 pack (better)
vl 2 pack (where as a cup)
think i'm crazy? get shot there and we'll see how you feel
Spyder Fenix, (ACS), remote, took off stock drop, T-stock Ricochet apache loader.
Low profile, comes in camo, easy to pull rings
If you use 100 rd tubes (which i don't) the straps don't work
Ok, I bought this used at a paintball field just because i didn't have one and my cousin was going to get one. I bought this and it came with one hundred tube. I took it out and bought three 140 rd tubes. The first time i used this i was surprised how heavy it felt, but anything that holds 560 rds isn't going to exactly be light so i thought whatever. Now most of Brass Eagles stuff is junk but they really have a good deal with this stuff. I would recommend buying it because its pretty cheap, well it was for me
Smart parts Progressive barrel
pmi expansion chamber
doesn't bounce around very much
holds tubes tight
I like horizontal tubes when there's 4 or 6
No co2,n2 holder
This is a good harness but i don't like vertical tubes unless there's More than 6. It doesn't hold a co2 tank if you have a remote line. Otherwise its fine. i don't know the price because it was a gift but it couldn't have been too much.