Autococker Trilogy Competition with a double finger trigger/frame, shocktech drop forward, Custom Products Ball Detent, Evil Slip Smokestack, 14" Dye Boomstick, Halo TSA Backman, 20oz CO2 tank
Gets in the way, doesn't hold a lot, hard to put pods back in
ok, this is basically a starter harness. It holds two pods, and is very, very simple. it does it's job but , at least in my view, there are better sytems out there. this harness, like i said is very simple, but its really cheap (hey what do you expect for $12), the belt lets the pods slide around anywhere and get in the way. the holders are smaller, so you have to push the pods in(maybe it was supposed to be a spring loaded release?) so after you reload, its very hard to keep your pods in.
I'm not going to completely bash it though. this is a good beginner sytem, its cheap, and it does its job. after you use something else, though, this is nothing
be tippman folding stock
J&J cerramic barrel
Customer mods to sight and trigger
It just works
Not the most comfterable out there
I have been in paintball for a while but only in past few months have I gotten my own gear. I never used a pod before, and had always run out of ammo at the worst times. I was buying my marker, camo, mask and all that, and I saw some different pod packs sitting there. I was already forking out a lot of cash today, so expensive was bad, so most of them even tho they looked great where no way I could get them. Happened across this little gem, and saw a cheep price tag with pods included, so I picked it up. It has been on me every game I have played since then and has saved my but several times already. The built in ejection system is very nice to have and the pods that come with this are bullet proof, they just stay closed. Its not the most conferrable belt on this thing, but its again cheep, and it stays on me so I canít complain about that.
Simply, it JSUT WORKS. For the guy strapped for cash, just need a small pod pack for smaller games, or a started player; this is the pack for you. I plan on getting a vest for some LARGE games I plan to do next year, but this thing well stay with me for those smaller games where a vest is just overkill. I consider this the best investment I mad for paintball besides my J&J barrel.
Autococker Trilogy Sport
14 inch progressive
Pure Energy 3000 48
It's small, compact, light, auto eject
It swings around a bit
The belt kinda sucks
I took this balling the other day, and in the heat of crunchball, i ran out of paint. I reached back and pulled the velcro, and the pod popped right out into my waiting loving hands. It did what it's supposed to do. It's pretty much balanced. It's nice. Especially for a budget baller like me it swings around a bit, but with only 2 pods worth of weight, it doesn't make that big of a difference. The belt could be padded, but whatever, it still works
Tt's good, i'd buy it if i were on a budget, which i did, and i'm satisfied. It could be better, but once again, whatever, it's just a harness
Tippmann 98 Custom
System X Vengeance Reg
Nitro Duck Plasma 68/3000
J&J 14" Barrel
Proto Switch EL Mask
Belt. Can't get any more concise than that.
I usually don't shoot much. I've only ever had to reload twice, else a single hopper has been plenty. This harness is perfect for me; it's small, compact, and can be strapped on my back or leg (who knows?), though it sits quite comfortably on my side, abnd the ejection feature (elastic-fused straps sit underneath the pods, pushing them up into your hand when you tear away the velcro strap). The most glaring fault, though, is the belt. The loops on the harness are too big, and that allows the harness to move around quite a bit. It's migrated from one side of me to the other during a match. This can be an advantage, though, as if you want to slide without landing on your paint, you can easily relocate everything. Still, the bouncing about and moving gets annoying. If the belt loops had been smaller, or the harness was one piece, rather than using a seperate belt, this would be a lot more secure and comfortable.
Love that elastic, though. No more struggles with short pods.
If you only need a small amount of extra paint, this is a fine choice. Even if you need a ton, the ejection feature is on all of their harnesses.
Bunch of other belts (JT, Extream Rage, VL, Redz, etc.)
VL Protagy E-Grip, VL 200rd, Pure Energy 20oz C02, NXe 2pod Harness, 2-150rd 32degress pods
I got this for only $15 and it came with a belt and two 150rd pods. This was great cause I only had about $20 to spend and was looking for something cheap and reliable. This is great harness and a great value. I would recomend it to anyone who wants something little and cheap.
Great Cheap Belt, perfect for bugets and front players.
Velcro pops up the pod
is small low profile
easy to use
Makes noise when u run
This is not a begginer harness or an advanced there are only harnesses, this is ur basic rec pball harness i got it for 2.50$ its very lite and its worth it if u dont' wanan pay a lot for a better pack. everthign about using this is easy, some say its to hard to put the pod in after it is emptied due to the velcro, well thats a lie the must be a weak little kid. beacuse all it takes is one hand and a push. the belt it comes with is alright. instead find i belt and use that then use the belt it came with and fasten it lower on the pac! that way it own't move at all, makes some noise if the pods arn't filled all the way. not a big deal thoug. this is defently worth it!
I gave this product a 9 casue nothings perfect, but this comes close. u just can' beat the price and the small profile of it. its a nice rec ball harness
Spyder pilot, 14inch proto barrel blue, egg2 with zboard, 9oz pure energey co2 and dye grips, Nxe 4 pod harness
-They close very well
The belt isnt very gud
Over all it is very gud i would recomment getting two sets so you have 4 pod holders cause then you dont look so much like a newb wiht 2 pods but you have4 pods overall get one its cheap but remeber to buy 2 buy 2 sets so you dont look like a newb
Overall product i think it is great get 2 sets makes it alot better
Tippman 98 Custom,
Smart Parts Progressive 16" Barrel,
20 oz CO2 tank,
Homemade CO2 Cover
Flops around when your moving
Pods move wherever they want on the belt.
These pods are alright if you don't care about carrying lots of paint and are planning on not moving the entire game. If you do plan on moving during the game, then these pods will slide around and flop against your butt. As far as paint carrying goes, they only hold two pods so it's not even worth it.
These pods aren't good for running, and they aren't good for staying in one spot and laying down paint. these pods are not good for anything. I strongly suggest spending more money on a better harness, preferably a vest.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, February 18th, 2006 at 7:59 pm PST
Tippman custom pro w/ egrip and 16in smart parts prog barrel
Elastic straps shoot pods out quickly.
Belt and belt loops.
I play rec/woodsball and this is the frist season ive play in 4-5 years. I know the games has changed a lot so though i should carry a few extra 100rds with me.
I tryed it on in the store and it fit nice and the pod were ez to git to.
Now on the field... frist game, the horn blows i take off runing, the pods pouch starts floping around. then snap! the belt come off. i put back on it falls off again. so i end up useing my belt out of my pants.
Next couple of game my belt hold up but the loops are so big the pouch wont stay put. it got in my way it was loud and annoiying
Dont git it useless you wade out into the field cold water at the beach then sit your butt in a bunker and pray not to git shot