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23 April 2008 - 10:24 AMi know what it looks like bone but what im asking is how does that feel when your playing with it? likes/dislikes
Ummm... Sorry bout that other post. I didn't even really read the full topic, just assumed it was another "how do I turn around my air tank" thread. As for playing like that I liked it. with a little work it can be very balanced. Its between air tank and hopper sizes I guess also the barrel if you're using a flatline or something heavy like that. I think it would be best with a smaller tank and short barrel. I didn't have the tac loader then but next time we do some CQC I'm gonna try it.
So yeah, sorry bout that.
You basically just opened the thread hit reply and decided to spam it. lol oh well.
Back to subject, I run remote prefer it over anything else makes marker so much lighter. If you play speedball more so than woodsball or if you play dagger I could see running backwards tank, otherwise it would be too tall vertically for me. Just an opinion.
23 April 2008 - 08:01 AMGood choice, if the armed forces uses molle and has for a while, it should work out great for what you need.
17 April 2008 - 07:49 AMThats not bad at all, but if I was you...I would look into replacing those Plastic Hooks for Metal Hooks, like the ones on the Suspenders and only because the Metal Hooks will also last alot longer than the Plastic ones.
I hear ya, I been looking at some things on the diytactical.com boards reading up. I will when this one self destructs, come up with a new design and use metal hk hooks and things like that and some welded steel 1" D rings, and nylon instead of cotton webbing, at the Mil Spec 1 1/4" wide, along with having nylon webbing all ends will be cut and seared to prevent fraying and loose threads.
16 April 2008 - 09:04 PMI see one major flaw.. shooting out the right side of a bunker...
I shoot mostly left handed and am able to shoot out the right side rather easily by teeing out away from the bunker wall and snap shooting this way, while facing the right side, if you gotta look left just look back.
12 April 2008 - 11:55 AMMy harness pack with shoulder mounted sling.
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