This paintball vest is built with four front pouches and four back pouches to carry eight 100 or 140 round paintball pods. Equipped with adjustable tank pouch to fit virtually any CO2 or Air tank. Vest is constructed with mesh body for ventilation and comfort. Includes internal hydration pouch with removable pocket. Adjustable shoulder straps and six adjustable side straps for a comfortable fit.
The OPSGEAR Scenario Paintball Vest is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Opsgear UMP shrou, mag, front and rear sights, g36 folding stock
JCS red hot power tube
This is by far my favorite of all vests
Holds up to 8, 140 round pods,Spot for radio, two granades, 12 CO2 cartriges, two inside pockets for maps or what have you, Can hold any size tank, Durible, comes with adjustable belt, $$$, Breathable mesh, Adjustable side and shoulder straps
Plastic front zipper
I could only recommend that opsgear use metal zippers or clips because even though it hassent happend to me yet it seems like over time the plastic zipper would break.
Otherwise This vest rocks. 9 of 10
Tippmann a5 response. Powerlyte scepter 7 piece kit. rap4 air through collapsible stock kit.
Holds allot of paint, sturdy, made of a mesh material.
Open pod pouches in the front. Tank is hard to reach. Color selection sucks.
Well I purchased this vest a year ago and have played with it quite a bit. I bought this vest because I was a beginner and didn't know anything about paintball at the time. I wish I would have waited and done my research first and got some opinions of other people. My biggest complaint is that because the pods are not enclosed in the front they like to fall out when I crouch and my knees hit them and push them out. Another thing about the pouches being open is when I belly crawl things catch the lids of my pods and my paint spills everywhere I thought it might help if I turned them right side up. but it didn't make a difference. The problem I have with the tank pouch is the fact that it doesn't have any straps on top to hold the tank in. My tank almost fell out when I dove behind a bunker. Also it isn't easy to adjust for the tank size. You have to tank the pods part way off the back of the vest just to get to the tank pouch. If you don't have the pods on the back the tank isn't supported and therefore it wobbles around. The inside pockets are a nice touch. Also the radio pouch is a joke if you want to fit radio in there it better be really small or you need to trim the cover.
I have the black version of the vest cause all the other versions looked stooped. Even if you are a beginner I would not recommend this vest. If you see a vest that you really want don't do what I did and settle for the less expensive vest be sure to get what you want the first time so you can be happy with it and save money in the long run. I'm currently looking into a MOLLE vest so I can customize it to my liking.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 11th, 2008 at 10:01 am PST
This vest was a great investment and I recommend it to anyone wanting one I got mine for $50 new. This is not really an ops-gear vest it is made by a Michigan company called Leapers. Great investment for someone getting into scenerio ball you can put your patches on it carry pods.pocket your grenades and has a pocket for a radio up by you face.
Great vest great price and fits most anyone trust me im a big guy and my 11 yr old wears it as well.