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Number of Reviews: 5
Average Rating: 8.4 / 10
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1.5" wide Black elastic & nylon web unit holds 5 CO2 cartridges and/or 10 shot tubes. Wraps around the wrist. Popular for 'stock gun' play.
Product Availability 
The Ronin Gear Wrist CO2 Holder 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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jamez54 Sunday, May 9th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
misc. stock harnesses
Marker Setup: PGP
SL-68II
PGP c/a
Strengths: allows easy access to 12grams/paint
Weaknesses: not for really skinny wrists, 10rd tubes don't quite fit, only one color (black)
Review: I use two Royal Flush wrist harnesses, which are the exact same as what Ronin Gear sells. The idea is really cool. You just velcro them on and you are set to go. I only use one, which I always have on the shooting arm. The main problem with a wrist harness is ten round tubes do not fit correctly; If you carry them they will impede the movements of your wrist.
A problem I have with wrist harnesses is that they do not tightly fit around my skinny wrist. What happens is the wrist harness will move around on my arm, which at times can get on my nerves.
Conclusion: You might want to consider wearing them around your bicep.
All I recommend wrist harnesses for is carrying 12grams. For this purpose they are great, and will speed up your reload time. 5 12grams is way more than I use in a day of play.
Rating:
7 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, June 29th, 2004 at 11:07 pm PST
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caligula2nd Friday, September 22nd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
pocket
straps on vest
Marker Setup: Phantom with bottom line,direct feed,detent rings,14"stock barrel,trigger shoe,50 rnd hopper,

Tippmann A-5,BT Apex,Lapco Microshot,Lapco Big Shot,Tapco 3 position stock,Red Hot Power Tube,Shock Teck Derlin Bolt,Aliuminium fore grip & 3 position sling(cannot remember the Co. names) & R-5 hopper & 50 rnd tac hopper,TSA double trigger.

Arikon Overlord,3 clips and holster attached to my vest.

BT-4,Shock Tech derlin bolt,A-5 Flatline,Empire B Reloader,BT double trigger

Autococker SF Tactical,twist grip feedneck,Redz Pepper Stickz barrel kit

And a few other older guns from Tippmann & Spyder

Strengths: Holds five 12 gram carts. snug
Fits in my vest pocket easily.
Very inexpensive
Weaknesses: None really,since I don't wear it all
Review: Well,I bought this for 1 reason only,to put my 12 gram carts. in so they wouldn't
bounce around together in my vest pocket. (They're extremely noisy when they do.)
I don't use this for stock use just for my pistol so I can't say much about
how 10 rnd tubes fit or how well it stays on ones wrist.

But I will say that it keeps the 12 gm carts very snug and I never hear any clanking
noise in vest pocket when running and i don't have to fight to get them out when
they're needed quickly. Open the pocket they are easily found. No having
to search in pocket and no having to wipe of any paint from splatter or hits
before I use them unlike if they were on my wrist or attached to my vest.
Conclusion: I don't use this entirely the way it was meant to but it does exactly what I need it
to do. If you carry a pistol or use a pump gun and have a decent size pocket to put these in I
would recommend this product. As i said before I can't say much about
how well it works on ones wrist or for carrying tubes.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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supersteve1 Thursday, November 10th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
2 pods with a belt harness
Dye 6 tube holding pack
My pocket
Marker Setup: Piranha pro ts G3
40rnd box hopper
16oz CO2 tank
14" pmi barrel of some sort
Strengths: light
fits on my wrist fairly well
Holds 10rnd tubes well
Weaknesses: It's a bit finicky when first putting it on
Review: I used this in conjunction with 10 round tubes, and it is very nice and light. Tubes slide on and off well, and stay in there no problem. Fits on my wrist if I slide it all the way up, and doesn't interfere with my shooting hand at all. Feels a little awkward at first, but you won't notice it in-game. I reckomend it for stock-class players, or those looking to lose some weight on their load-out.
Conclusion: I highly reckommend this product, as it shaves a lot of weights off, though I suggest getting two. 9-because nothing's perfect
Rating:
9 out of 10
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topflite Friday, September 9th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
none
Marker Setup: spyder compact with dye excel barrel, new designz bolt and java expansion chamber
PMI Trracer w/ quick 12 gram changer
Strengths: Holds 12 grams/10 round tubes or combo of both. Easy access, velcro stays tight.
Weaknesses: When using 10 round tubes it limits your movement of your hand.
Review: This wrist harness is perfect for the person that really conserves there ammo (even with a pump). You don't have to worry about sliding and breaking your ten round tubes or losing a 12 gram. When its on it is slightly uncomfortable, but when the game is going on you don't even notice it. The main problem about it is when you use 10 round tubes, they tend to limit the movement of your wrist. But if you wear it high enough you shouldn't have a problem.
Conclusion: I will give this wrist holder a 9. Its a real high quality holder but it does have its imperfections just like everything else.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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Murph1 Tuesday, July 13th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Shotgun belt. Great for holding it, but you can't put the tubes back so easily when they're spent.
Marker Setup: CCI Stock Class phantom
12 oz tank
J&J Ceramic barrel
Strengths: Speed of reloading
Weaknesses: Pain to put on
Review:
They're pretty quick to take paint tubes and 12 grams out of, and just as easy to put the tubes back in, unlike shotgun belts which I have used in the past. They're well made. The abuse I put my stuff through, I'm surprised they've lasted as long as they have.
Conclusion: I strongly suggest these things if you play stock class. I use one on each wrist. It's always good to have an extra hundred rounds on you if your feed tube only holds ten. :P
Rating:
8 out of 10
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