* Premium Synthetic Material
* Law Enforcement Quality Velcro, Snap-on and Buckle Systems
* Reinforced Comfort Padded Sniper Shoulder
* Eight Pod Pouches for Intensive Battle Operations
* Fully Adjustable Air Tank Pouch
* Two Utility and Grenade Pouches
* Padded Radio Holder/Utility Pouch
* 12 Elastic Cartridge Holders for Close Quarter Battle Operations
* Survival Cleaning Rod Elastic Holders on Either Side of Vest
* Law Enforcement Belt System
* Three Large Mesh Pockets for Documents/Maps and a Separate Pouch for
Hydration System (Not Included)
* Combat Quality Zipper
* Fully Adjustable and Most Accommodating Height and Width
* Complete Ventilation Mesh System for Great Comfort During Battles
* Durable Rescue Pull/Carry Handle
* Additional Optional Accessories Can Be Attached Through 3 Web Straps Across the Back,
2 Rings at Shoulders and 2 Rings Mid-back
The Leapers UTG Paintball Scenario Vest is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Egrip (w/ APE Rampage board when it comes out!)
UMP 45 Shroud
UMP 45 Magazine
G36 Folding Stock
30mm Red dot sight
Tippmann 3 point tactical sling
Remote w/ slide check
48/3000 HPA tank
Value for the money
None that come to mind
I've recently gotten into paintball. Since I joined a team I didn't actually have much choice about what vest to buy, since the team all has to have matching gear.
Fortunately, whoever chose this for our team did their homework. I see other vests on the internet costing $80+, many are over $100! But I don't really see what they have to offer over this one.
It comes with 8 pod capacity, and an adjustable tank pouch that can hold just about any normal tank in a vertical position on your back. Its mostly lightweight, but very strong mesh that is very breathable and doesn't trap heat next to your body.
There's a radio pouch on the left shoulder, and two general purpose pouches on the front. Also included are two bullet-belt style holders for 12 gram CO2 cartidges. Each holder holds 5 cartridges and are velcro so they can be attached in any of several places on the vest.
One of the great features of the vest is that it is supremely adjustable, so you can fit it just right for a snug, comfortable fit. . . even on a big guy like myself. . . that doesn't jostle around
On the back are some additional hooks, loops, and straps so you can attach even more stuff if you want. I'm going to see about rigging a second air tank pouch. Should be very-doable.
The only drawback I can see is two of the pod pouches on the back don't have bottom straps, but instead have some little loops. I haven't figured out what the loops are for yet, but the pouches should still hold pods very securely. It would just make me nervous! LOL!
You can buy this vest on ebay for about $50, including shipping. It comes in a variety of colors and camo schemes (we just went with black because it looks so bada@@.
You really can't go wrong with this vest. Its a great price, well organized, and very sturdy. Spending any more, you're really just paying for the name tag. I'd recommend this vest to anyone.
Cheaper than most, 8 Pods Native Carry, Plenty of Pockets, Built in Tank, Q-Loader
Overall a great vest! Breaths well, has not been stained in over 15 games. Holds both Q-Loader and Regular 140 rnd pods, and the back tank can adjust to almost any tank. Blends in well with my Spec Ops Fusion Jersey and with the bottom belt I can get a real solid fit (5'8" 160lbs).
Negatives are that you really don't have much flexibility. I'm saving up right now for a Molle setup by BT. Using the Blackcell from specila ops (more features for cheaper), and mixing in 3x 3+3 I can hold 9 / 18 pods + tank, radio, food pouch, belt, etc..
Of course the only reason to carry 18 pods is if you are going to Skirmish in PA for their Invasion of Normandy game and plan to sit there and heavy gun. (Look them up, 4500+ players last year.)
Something you can do is get tihs vest, the BT leg rig, and using its mollys expand as needed.
If you are on a budget, absolutely best buy from what I have seen, unless you get a deal on Spec Ops (they run great ones at times)
Modularity, Ruggedness, Number of POD holders, Universal tank pouch, Radio pouch. Comes with adjustable belt.
4 Front pod holders can not be taken off.
This vest is a beast. It withstands hit after hit. it has two chest pockets with VERY strong velcro. A radio pouch on the left shoulder, inside there is room for REAL armor plates. on the back is 3 MOLLE straps and it comes with a 4pod holder, and a universal-fitting tank holder for anysize ( fits my 9oz-45/4500psi crossfire tank). really tough web body. On the sides are straps to adjust the depth and width.
This is an excellent vest for $65. if you like it, get it. it comes in a variety of colors. and is very adjustable. it fits me well and i am 5feet 4inches, and 128pounds.
Bt-4, with SAW stock, RAP4 Recon 8in barrel with APEX tip or 14 in hammerhead, Picatinny raised rail with Bushnell HOLOsight Gen II on top. Picatiny shroud over the barrel
lots of colors
not very customizable
What first attracted me to this vest was the color. Only one in Marpat (Marine Digital)
It was about perfect for my playing style. Lots of pods 4 in front, 4 in back. I know most ballers like the pods behind them but I can't stand that. The pods in the front is what made me buy it. It fits great and has many pockets for storing allen wrenchs and Squeegees. The Co2 loops on the pockets are removable and mine sports my patches. The one thing I didn't like about it was the ALICE webbing attachments. For those of you who don't know ALICE is the loadbearing straps that came out during the Vietnam war. good at the time but not practical now. MOLLE is the upgrade to this system and add more versatility. Molle paintball pouches are hard enough to find much less Alice. Which is why I got the US issue Load bearing vest. The mesh on the vest is very breathable and it also has a Hydration bladder system which was a Life Saver at Oklahoma D-Day. The Tac-belt made the vest fit nice and snug it wouldn't flop around like my BT did.