The Broadsword 6 paintball vest features a 6+2 140-round pod configuration (which can also accommodate q-pods), and can easily heft a large 92 ci. air tank.
Built upon a sturdy, breathable mesh body, the Broadsword 6 vest contains all the great features of the original Broadsword paintball vest as well as several upgradesī, including sturdy pod flap pull tabsī with the SpecOps logo, a variety of camo patterns (with olive green zipper), and several other cool looking aestheticī upgrades.
The paintball vest holds the air tank in the perfect position to run a remote hose to the stock (or undergrip) of your paintball gun. The bottle pouch is designed to allow you to run your remote either on the left or the right to accommodate right and left-handed shooters.
The Broadsword 6 vest has adjustable shoulders and three adjustable side straps, as well as the comfortable inner elastic waistband to give you the stability of a pod belt and prevent your load from sloshing around as you run. The secure-locking VelcroĘ tension panels allow you to wrap the vest as comfortably as you like. The hydration bladder slips into a mesh pocket in the back of the vest. When you're not using a hydration unit, the Nylon-webbed mesh pocket breathes, so you donķt overheat as you play.
The front of the Broadsword Vest features two huge grenade pockets (or you can fit three pod rockets in each pod slot in back). Also, there are two utility pockets. One of them has a pull-down, clear panel for your ID when you're playing scenarioball. Topping it all off it also has a perfectly-positioned radio pocket.
Every inch of the vest that could possibly be made out of mesh was made out of mesh. Because of the strong mesh construction, this is one of the most "breathable" vests out there. All in all, this vest takes paintball vests to the next level.
-Taken from the Special Ops website
The Special Ops Paintball Broadsword 6 Vest - Omnipat Camo is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.