Pure Energy 20oz. CO2
Pro Caps Coiled remote with slide check
Tapco MP folding Stock
Vforce Profiler goggle
J&J S2 Ceramic 14"
JCS 3/8 offset 3" long
If you are thin, pods will wrap around to sides, difficult to prone crawl
This is a good cheap pack for a beginner but once you have the money, buy something better. Horizontal pods are horrible for me when I prone crawl because they just stick right up off the ground. Not really good camo pattern, just a bit better than black. Doesn't tear to easily though, one plus.
Only get this if you are in a pinch for money but you must have a remote line running.
I have used this pack only one, but I loved it. I ended up snagging it on some though and it ripped out the seem of one of the pod holders, but I sewed it back up and it should be ready to go!
Strengths: The pods are horizontal, it makes it easy to access the pods. The price is unbeatable, I got mine for $15 at ultimatepaintball.com and I order two, one for my buddy so we could split the shipping cost. also the +1 slot for a 20oz tank makes this think the perfect pack for the budget woodsballer. I picked up some Draxxus 140 rd. pods to put in it and the total amount came out to under $20 for pack and all! The Straps are really durrable though and will not come undone you. Also the pack has suspender straps that you could use for suspenders or custom addons.
Weakness: The pods are horizontal. Funny as that sounds sometimes it gets caught on brush you are trying to go through in the woods. It didn't really inhibit my movement as much as I thought it would though. I was prone, crouched, and running with hardly a problem at all.
If you are hesitant on buying one of these, don't be my buddy and I both don't regret getting the cheap stuff on this buy.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, October 18th, 2007 at 9:56 am PST