98c with a 12" sniper barrel and MP5 style shoulder strap. horizontal zip line fed loader/tubular clip (30 in the clip, 1 in the chamber). Brass Eagle Hauler with an added leg strap for stability and rattle reduction. V-Force Armor mask custom fit for sun and eye glass's.
First off, It's reasonably priced and very durable despite what people think about Brass Eagle. Like most of my gear the Hauler is easy to modify for personal preference. I sewn in a leg strap to make it more secure. This product is perfect for players that want some thing a little more compact and can conserve their paint better (due to it's limited 200 ball capacity).
There are a few problems with the hauler when it comes to design. Because it only has a waist belt, it makes a lot of noise when running. It bounces against your body with every stride you take, the faster you run, the louder it is. That's why I added a leg strap at the bottom, so as to prevent this. I affectionatly call this the "paddle ball hauler" (you know those little wooden paddles with a little red ball and rubber band that kids used to play with? yea..)
The other problem is with the cover flap's velcro. The furry part of the velcro doesn't correctly line up with the stiff hooked brissle part, so you cannot close it all the way making it shake and rattle even more. Another problem, at least a problem for those who like to waste paint, is that the Hauler can only carry two 100 round tubes.
Despite it's stigma of a brand name, this harness is actually pretty good. I'm a more conservative shooter and don't feel the need to waste $40 on paint for a quick game, so this was a good purchase for me. I can't help but laugh at some of these gung-ho players carrying 1000+ balls on them in a cumbersome harness for a 15 minute game, heh. Eventually you'll want something better, so when the time comes you can pass it on to a friend who is looking to get into the sport. It has a few design problems, but if you like tinkering with your gear to fit your personal preferences, than this a good buy.
2004Blue BKO with CMI EC Drop, Egg II, Worrgas Steel 50ci, delrin spike pin, and soon to come clamping feed neck.
Spyder E-99 with 14" J&J Ceramic, Kingman ACS Delrin Bolt, VL Revvy 12v, and Trinity T-Lock elbow
This is the best product that brass eagle has ever come out with.
its perfect for rec ballers cause its light and doesn't get in the way that much.
it also carries enough rounds for someone who doesn't shoot over 400 rounds a game.
Its nice to have if you run out
This product is pretty good for someone that has never played with a pack on before and for someone that wants extra rounds but not much added weight or if you dont want to use old salt shakers
8 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, July 21st, 2006 at 2:36 pm PST
ive tried putting my pods in my pants
taped onto my outfit
this is much better than it much more comfortable
tippman model 98 im thinking of buying a new gun which should i buy the spyder e-99
dye excel barrel or the piranha gti eforce
20 oz co2 tank
It does its job
It has brass eagle stamped accross it in big bold yellow letters
Noise when running
As many of you might know the worst feeling in the world is to either run out of C02 (Nitro if you are more serious) or to run out of paint when you are aheadin a game. I bought this product so i could reduce my frustration. My friends and i built a pretty nice course in the woods and we are mildly serious players. we try to conserve our paint as much as possible and i have found for me that this is the perfect product. The one thing i dont like is that the words brass eagle is in such bold and bright letters accross the harness. how proud could they be of their previous products. It had a nice ajustable strap so i can fit it around my waiste as tightly or losely as i like. one problem that could be better is if the velcro was bigger or two individual covers for each pod so i can fit different size pods then what mine came with(viewloader black). the most annoying thing is that it sometimes gives away your position becouse it makes noise but that can be solved by promply filling your pods
I think this product is perfect for the kind of players who are tired of running out of paint and dont want a case of paint on their back and that are conservative with their paint like me. it is great for those who mess around at their home made field where you wont have bigger games then 4 on 4. this product recieves the above average rating of an 8 becouse it has a great price and does exactly what itis ment to do but has some petty flaws
8 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 9th, 2005 at 6:37 am PST
SRT e force, 32' whisper barrrel 14'', VL 200 hopper, 20 oz tank, nothing fancy
Tight, light, solid material,
Its brass seagul, cant expect TOO much from them, you can MAKE 120 fit ;)
I picked one of these up belt and pods for 10 bucks, not a bad deal right?? Right.. Ive played three times with it so far and seems really nice, other then it being brass eagle, its real nice, im sure if someone slapped a dye sticker on there they would fly off the shelves, if you can find one of these get it, they hold a perfect amount of paint for someone who dont shoot to much.
Spyder Sonix Pro
12oz CO2 tank
14" Smart Parts Progressive Barrel
java gravity feed hopper
-Good for a first Pod Pack
-Strap is kinda loose
-moves around alot
Well its a walmart pod pack but don't be underestimated by the BE logo. I have a viewloader one which is exactly the same design. The pod pack does it job great. The only downside is that it moves around to much when you are running. It however DOES NOT fall off surprizingly. I usually but a water bottle in one pouch and a pod in the other because I to am a budget conscience player. For 10$ its alright but you can get better deals.
I'd recommend this to a budget conscience player who is buying their first pod pack and needs something that can just carry pods.
Used a Brass Eagle Striker 4 pack,didn't really like it that well.
Brass Eagle Afterburner,Dye 12' Ultralite,4 Stage Expansion Chamber w/ Macroline Set up,VL Pro Series Delrin bolt,Blade Trigger with reworked trigger springs,VL Pro Series drop with on/off, Extreme Rage Overdrive Hopper,PMI Pure Energy 3000 PSI HPA tank w/ JT Tank cover
Durable,allways there when you need it.
Flops against your body when you run.
Not for anyone who shoots a case a paint a game.
Velcro doesn't match up right
Could'ave been facing down instead of up.
This pack is perfect for those who,use more than a hopper,but less than 400 rounds.
Granted,it doesn't fit totally secure against your body,it flops around like a dying fish when you run. But if you're like me (Speed ball fanatic) The noise and or flopping really doesn't matter that much.
It's super light compared to some of the other packs out there,which means less weight,which means more speed. And since it's so small,it's a bit harder to hit if you have to lay down through a snake.
Take it from somone who loves Brass Eagle,this is a decent hauler.
All in all,a Must for intermediate players who need alittle more than just a hopper,but less than 400 balls a game.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, April 13th, 2006 at 4:52 pm PST
Ok. This isnt the greatest but if you dont shoot so so much paint. this will be fine. It only has the one small strap on it so it bounces against your body...kind of annoying. dont even think of sneaking up to someone with this on unless you hold it..it will make some sort of noise. but again this is onlt like 10-15 bucks and can be bought at sports authority.
First I got - still use it
Planning on getting a Joey and Co. 5-pod soon.
Tippmann 98 Custom
Bad Habitz Pro Drop On/Off
Crossfire 68ci/4500psi High Pressure
Doesn't get in the way
Made by Brass Eagle
noisy at times
I got this as part of an e-bay trade, and got more than I expected out of it.
I still use this, but I am looking to upgrade soon.
This harness is good for people looking to conserve paint, because of the 200 round capacity, almost a hopperfull for me.
The fact that it is colored black is good for woods, I've seen a few guys running around in camo but with giant red things plastered on their backs, not very smart.
Good for Beginners - people who don't use as much paint
Good for Intermediate - people, like me, who are learning the strategy of the game, how to run and slide, and actually get people out, and need to be fast.
I give this a 9 out of 10 because it performed way better than I expected from it, and it does everything its supposed to.
Above average for Brass Eagle
More than I expected
Good for Beginner to Intermediate players
Get this if you are looking to save money - less money on a harness, less money on paint.
Well... if you play quick games where you absolutely need more than a hoppers worth of paint, this is great... I guess... Really, I got this for free from a friend... I don't use a lot of paint, even in huge matches, so this is more of a safety for me, just incase I run out. There are a ton of flaws with this setup, and I would much rather have a better setup, but with my 98c, I'm fine...
Great if you don't use a lot of paint. A lot of room for improvement, but it works for me... this gets a 7 just because it gets the job done...