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20 May 2008 - 05:47 PMFirst off, the Triple Pod Pouch.
Everything is great here. Oversized velcro flaps, good fit around the belt. And it fits my q-pods perfectly, so it will definitely fit 140 or 160 round pods with ease. Good everything. I got what I payed for.
Next, the leg bottle pouch.
Well, I wish it rode higher on my leg. With a 20 ounce tank, there's still a lot of room, so a 24 ounce or large air tank will fit. There are two external straps to keep the bottle from wiggling around, and two pieces of velcro that criss-cross around the top of the tank, securely fastening it in place. I keep it on the back of my leg, but it still would be hard to spring with; the back of your leg hits it when you run. The belt attachment piece is secure and works well. If it rode a little higher on the leg, it'd be perfect, and besides that, it is.
14 May 2008 - 01:23 PMNevermind, got what I need.
02 April 2008 - 03:51 PMWho's going?
I might be but it's not my favorite field and I've never done a big game there before.
15 March 2008 - 01:54 PMAs a sniper, I can't have my gear making noise; do CamelBak systems slosh around audibly when you move?
13 March 2008 - 01:34 PMSince acquiring my q-loader, I realized I might need a new pod pack or vest to better fit the q-pods. The SpecOps Recruit vest is as cheap as a pod pack, but has the addition of the tank, grenade, and swab pouches, plus the built-in suspenders.
Anyway, my question is...
With open-bottomed pod holders (As on the recruit vest), how well do they secure pods?
I sprint and jump and dive and such, and I don't want to lose pods in the process.
Actually, how do they even secure the pods at all?
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