The Ronin Gear Remote CO2 Tank Pouch attaches to a belt (not included), and
is an excellent way of carrying your spare tank (up to 20 oz.) as a back-up,
or to use for a remote gas line system. Secures in place with an adjustable
leg strap. Constructed of heavy-duty nylon webbing.
The Ronin Gear 12/20oz Remote CO2 Tank Pouch 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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allows easy placement of the tank
cheaply constructed, will tear after use
this product is what you get for the money, i got mine for 7 dollars, and it served its purpose--though the stitching came apart at key points. its not difficult to repair.
running may be hindered by this though, it isnt too bad. weakness: cheaply constructed, will tear after use. strength: allows easy placement of the tank
buy it if your harness doesnt have a place for c02 or if you cant afford a good harness initially. dont count on this working wonders for you--but it does what it needs to do.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, January 16th, 2004 at 12:20 am PST
PMI Piranha E-Force EXT PRO 2K3, Pure enegery 48ci/3k hp/nitro on remote, ele Ricocht ak 150rd hopper,
Geat if you use co2
Leg strap not very long, only works with 20oz co2
This is a great co2 holder for those who use CO2, Even the smallest hp air tank as trouble fitting. For those of us (like me 6â€™2â€ť 265lbs) who have tree trunks for legs from years of soccer and mountain biking, the leg strap is a little small. It is also made from light weight nylon so the belt attachment tended to bunch up on me.
this is a great product for remote CO2 users with skinny legs
Ronin SWAT vest
Ronin Remote CO2
Perfect for remote setup
Slows you down if worn on your leg
This is a wonderful way to carry your CO2, but if you strap it to your leg it will slow you down. I have the Ronin SWAT vest, and I strap it upside down on the back of my vest. It does not slow you down if you get the straps tight enough to keep it from swaying back and forth. (Strap it upside down to keep the line out of your armpit, don't worry about liquid CO2, it will vaporize in the line by the time it enters your weapon.) I have only used it twice in the field so I cannot attest to the durability, but the times I have used it, it has worked perfectly for me. This is yet another good product from RoninGear, and is definitely worth the eight bucks I paid for it.
If you are going milsim, definitely get this (and look into the Ronin SWAT vest). If you're the average recball player, a 4+1 or the like should do the trick (if you just have to have the remote line.)
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 19th, 2004 at 8:08 pm PST
Tippmann 98 custom with a flatline barrel and an electronic trigger
works good for remote hook ups
slows you down the way it straps to your leg
It is a really good product but if you can afford it buy something better the straps more to your back than anything else so you can still run farely well because it is possible that it would be the cause for getting shot. Good for beginers with new guns and new remotes but more advanced players should find something stronger?
buy it if you have a new gun and remote and can't afford a good strong back mounting pouch.