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Number of Reviews: 5
Average Rating: 7.8 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $60

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Lonestar2222009 Saturday, May 14th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
none
Marker Setup: fully customized Spyder XTRA with rocking trigger and ricochet AK hopper
Strengths: Will never fall of your back beacuase of waist strap
Weaknesses: None
Review: This backpack is the most comforable thing on your back in the heat of battle and its very durable. It has many pockets for all those paintballers who like to carry alot of gear into a scenario or woods ball game I use it during really big games to carry a spare gun or to carry loaders or even to carry a water bottle
Conclusion: Buy this backpack if you want to be able to carry alot of gear without alot of strain on your back
Rating:
10 out of 10
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jeffreyjames Wednesday, February 21st, 2007
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Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
ive looked at several other bags as well as having my gear in a duffle.
Marker Setup: 2k right feed cocker(mechanical)- ans quickfire 45, twisted cocking rod, quickpull bolt, 1 of 1 milling, teardrop barrel
trracer pump-its a p.o.s
quest- stock(so far) with cp rail and on/off/bleed, 68/45
Strengths: Looks very good with good construction. very durable materials. comfortable.
Weaknesses: not as big as it looks and doesnt hold much of ANYTHING inside the bag.
Review: i was very optimistic about this backpack as ive been wanting something to carry my "bare essentials" to the field without dragging all the crap i dont need with me. a friend of mine acquired one somehow and i asked to borrow it to see what it would hold.
i was VERY disappointed. for starters, the main compartment, while full size of the pack is very shallow. only 4 or so inches deep(back to front?). it was totally filled up with my toolkit(appx 2x12x16 plano "tacklebox"(the flat compartment type)... something most "experienced" players would have instead of loose tools. maybe a little larger than most, but has all my tools and spares and fun stuff), knee/shin guards, elbow pads, jersey and jock strap. no room for spare pods or an extra hopper(off your gun), no cleat room unless you tied them up and hung them off an outside loop, no real room to put anything unless you found a way to hang it off the outside of the pack.
the tether system for your gun doesnt actually fit most guns that i can think of(tried it with a cocker, quest, nerve and timmy). its fine that its on the "outside" of the pack...covered by a padded flap... but doesnt really fit any guns and it sags when you turn it upright to put it on your back. although you dont have to take your gun apart to get it in there. it can fit a gun with hopper and has a cut-out for a tank to hang down. i also dont like that your goggles are on the outside of the pack too hanging from one of the "loops". you also have to fit your pod pack around the outside cover of your gun, so that hangs off the outside of the pack as well. for the amount of money.... i want my stuff to be on the inside and covered from the elements, not hanging off the outside of my backpack. 80 bucks(appx) to have all my stuff on the outside and barely anything inside a pack is rediculous.
there are some nice side pockets for water bottles or batteries or miscellaneous very small things you might want to carry, a nice music player holder and all in all a great school bag, all considered.
i cannot and will not recommend this bag to anyone because all your important stuff hangs on the outside of the bag and the internal compartment isnt really big enough to hold what most experienced players will want it to while keeping things organised. if i felt like taking all my gear apart and making it fit to the backpack it might be nicer, but id rather have all my stuff all in the same place in its toolkit or whatever instead of spread out all over my pack. and honestly, it really doesnt have enough room to carry what most folks will want it too.

all in all, if you try to fit what you can IN it, and then ON it(outside) it sags too much, but doesnt feel bad. its actually very comfortable. however, it leaves too many things hanging in the breeze or needing another bag. VERY little actually fits inside the bag.
Conclusion: this bag sounds and looks like a great idea, but when you see it in person and how it works....... its an abortion. You may as well stick with your school backpack or a smallish duffle bag. Other than that..... spend the money to get a "real" gearbag with wheels and all the bells and whistles. Even if its too big for what you need now, it will give you room to put stuff in the future and room to just toss your crap in at the end of the day without having to figure out how to re-pack it.

ill give it a 5 just because most other backpacks ive seen havent been too promising either. So that would make this an average backpack.
Rating:
5 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, February 21st, 2007 at 1:22 am PST
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Renagade Soulja Monday, February 20th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Marker Setup: sp ion
Strengths: Great on your back.
Weaknesses: None.
Review: This is a great backpack for those who have a lot of gear. It fits both my guns at once with 2 co2 tanks and an hpa tank the mask also fit good on there with room for water or other things. This is a great buy for anyone who cant stand duffel bags that kill your back.
Conclusion: Great buy I give it a ten.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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joonsoon Sunday, March 5th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
jansport?
Marker Setup: Ion
-Evo II w/ z board
-crossfire 68 3k

Phantom
-stock class (12grams and 10 round tubes)
-anno'd red and black
Strengths: Big!
place for your marker and other stuffs
Weaknesses: Big (see review)
Review: Wow this thing is huge. you put it on and it goes out past your body, if you think that is uncool then dont get this backpack. It's really nice and comfy and beats the hell out of having a normal school backpack.

It has a strap system where you can fit your entire marker including hopper and tank. its covered so it doesnt get your marker dinged up. you can attach your other stuff to all the straps bells and whistles.

I can fit a case of 2000 paintballs somewhat comfortably which isnt that bad. It would work good for carrying your school stuff as well as your paintball stuff
Conclusion: Its a pretty pimp backpack if you want to buy it. You can get cheaper ones at wallmart, but not nearly as cool. I give it a 10 because it is the best ive seen so far
Rating:
10 out of 10
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So8909 Tuesday, November 29th, 2005
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Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Marker Setup: ion with load of ups:
QEV
hybrid b!tch grips
NDZ ON/OFF W/ Micro drop
CP Roller trigger
Evil detonator Reg
ST Clamp feed neck
Strengths: Check below
Weaknesses: Check below
Review: Ok so i had good hopes fro this bag. I wasnt really in to getting a duffel (now my opionin is changed) but something alittle more universal. The picture is so misrepresenting, I mean its looks the same but bah! There is so many little pockets and lack storage space or specifics for the hopper or tank of your barrels. Just a bunch of irrevlant tiny pockets and comparments and the space provided for a tank is on the side and i dont even think it can fit a 12 oz CO2 tank much less my 68 CI. And as i was saying that the pictures makes it looks like it has a place for your tank hopper w.e..it doesnt......this is more like a school back pack.
Conclusion: Buy a empire or dye duffel. save the money. TRUST ME!
Rating:
4 out of 10
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