The simple 140-round pod is quality made to offer consistently reliable performance in the field. The clear pods allow you to see the stored ammo, and the snap-tight lid is very secure, yet easy to open during those times when every second counts.
Features the SpecOps logo on the lid and side of the pod.
The Special Ops Paintball 140 Round Pod is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
camoflauge Vl Orion, Vl 200 hopper, 11 inch barrel
It is durable
It carries alot of paint
Only opens if you open it
I am a member of SpecOps Brigade, [username-Paintball4Jesus]
and I got this free with my purchase off their site. It really sells for around $3.00,
which is really good considering some are $6.00. Also, they open if you open it,
not when you run or crawl, etc. This is only one of SpecOps great prouducts.
Overall, it is an excellent 'combat-tested' peice of gear, and I would highly
recommend it, whether you are in the SpecOps Brigade or not.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, March 9th, 2007 at 4:20 pm PST
-Kila Drive Board, magnetic detents, and eye covers
-Hybrid Russian Legion Grips
-CP On/Off and Clamping Feedneck
-Freak back, All American Front
Right, this thing is a standard pod with the SO logo on it. They're just as easy to use as any other pod (discluding lock lids) and perform equally. Not the highest quality pod ever but it's on par with every other pod like this. I haven't found any problems with them and I've put them through some rough stuff.
It's a regular pod with a cool logo. What else can I say?!?
Spyder Electra 05 ACS
VL 200 (waiting for VL Eye Force)
20 oz C02 (getting Air ASAP)
Fills up about 3/4 off a standard hopper (200rd)
Hard to Open w/ only ur thumb.
I got these pods as a free gift for joining Spec Ops Brigade. They are very durable. I have stepped on them and they did not break (I weigh 110 pounds) and I have also thrown them against concrete (testing durablity for review) and only suffered a few scratches. They are cheap at $3. Also, they hold 140 rounds which will fill almost 3/4 of a 200 round hopper, so you are not constantly reloading if you shoot alot of paint. However, the paint capacity is nothing special b/c almost all pods (except for Dye Lock Lids and 100 rd pods) hold 140 rds. They are hard to open with your thumb, esceially when you are under fire and holding your marker in your primary hand (I don't like putting my marker down b/c in case someone decides to bunker me).
I recommend this to anyone who is not going to play alot. If you play alot, just spend $2 more and get the Dye Lock Lids. They are MUCH easier to use and hold 20 more rounds.
Other basic pods, APP, Dye Locklids, GXE, Circle...
Tippmann A-5 with Response Trigger
Palmer 12 inch Brass Barrel
Lapco Snapshot Barrel .687
Pure Energy 68cu 4500 psi Compressed Air
SpecOps A-5A2 Stock
Kingman Java Remote Coil
TechT Vortex Mod
JCS Redhot Powertube/ Hexadecagonal bolt
Easy to open, doesn't open when you don't want it to.
These are made from the basic pod model, I've seen countless others under different brands with the exact same style. Works well, I like the little tab to help you open, my Fat Boys have a concave thumb hold to open them which is really annoying.
Good pods, but don't be fooled by the SpecOps logo, they're nothing more than most other basic pods out there. Three dollars is the most I'd pay for them, I get 'em free from the Brigade though, so no complaints...