2002 Impulse With Stock Bolt (bought gun used, not sure on everything)
Vertical Max-Flo system
14" All American Barrel
Isn't Overly Heavy
Still enough to protect (full length)
Many camo designs
You can get kind of hot
Not enough pockets
Good paintball cammies for a cheap price. Thats what i got when i got renegades ($60 for both the pants and shirt). First thing, I had many choices of camo style the day I went to choose out my rene's. It's thick, but not overly thick, so as it makes it so you don't bleed, but isn't thick like body armor (that would get you made fun of) nor three-shirts thick. Though, it does tend to get a little hot. I'll admit, i don't use them anymore. I do in winter, but not in summer. In summer play I just wear a long sleeve T-shirt. These are a good cammie for any noobs out there who are still slightly afraid of getting hit (nerves more :D i was guilty up to the second week with this) because they give you a slight superior protection than lets say, a speedball jersey. Though I do not reccomend them to the more experienced players (because of lack of pockets).
It is a good product, durable, comes in many camo style choices, and is thick enough to stop blood from flowin (usually) but not enough for you to be called a wuss. Though the lack of many pockets is a BIG problem, and the fact it can get hot, I can't give it a 10. More experienced people have choices they would like more out there.
I used your basic JT moto cross (flashy jerseys) then I switched to hunting camo witch helped some then finally I made the switch to Renegade. I have shirt, pants and ball hauler, the whole deal, I love it I personally use tiger stripe and I love the fact it has no zippers or buttons which gives your opponent a softer target witch helps.
I personally use a Spyder Shudder I just got and havent had a chance change much
The colors comfort and the fact it has no buttons or zippers