Pump play continues to be popular among avid paintballers, as more and more Stock Class games pop up across the country. The durable Special Ops Stock Class (pump) Harness offers a belt and two straps that run down, across the chest. The harness can hold 30 10-round tubes: 8 on each side of the waist (belt) strap and 7 on the front of each chest strap. The harness is adjustable and can also hold 12 gram CO2 cartridges.
The Special Ops Paintball Stock Class Harness are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
Vertical air w/12 grams
Gravity feed w/45 rd. hopper
M-16 grip w/T-stock
Stock 11" barrel
-Holds lots of stuff
-Shoulder straps slip off
-A bit expensive
Well, this harness does a good job of holding stuff, just like it's supposed to. Everything is pretty easy to reach, except a few of the waist tubes (they're almost in the back), but that's not really a problem since there are so many places to put everything. The only thing I can see being a problem with the setup is the fact that some of the chest holders can get in the way if you use a stock. The only other thing about it I don't like is the fact that the shoulder straps slip off. The jacket I normally wear has epaulets, so I don't have a problem with that, but if you don't have epaulets, you might need to figure something out. Overall, it's a pretty good harness.
I'd recommend it to anyone who plays pump or stock class paintball, but with a word of warning about the shoulders.