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10 Feb 2008 - 01:11
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09 April 2009 - 05:59 AMI 2nd the AltaLok. They are light weight and very durable. I have been really hard on my the last 2 years and they are just now starting to tear through some of the rivets. They are still usable, but I am not sure they will survive this season. However, I look at the damage to them and just can't imagine what that would have done to my knees. I tried some thicker milspec ones that were too heavy and fell down, Alta's are perfect for paintball.
All the patterns you could want also... http://www.milsimproducts.com/cart.php?tar...55&pageID=0
09 April 2009 - 05:54 AMBeen beating the crap out of my RAP4 vest for over 2 years and it is in great shape. A very high quality product, absolutely no reason to call them crap4. Not sure where that got started.
09 April 2009 - 05:52 AMAnyone try these yet to help with body heat when wearing a vest?
31 January 2008 - 06:24 PMIt is so much easier if you all have the same brand of radios! Not required, but it really makes things much easier. I was on a team a few years ago and this was a lesson we learned!
31 January 2008 - 06:20 PMI noticed no one really wanted to answer your question (well a few guys did!), but everyone wanted to tell you how they like their gun set up. I am with you, I like a milsim style stock and I like to use a sight in some situations to improve my odds of that first ball hitting. I like the offset options, but prefer the riser in the end, but it is personal preference.
I hope this helps, here are some options for mounting to improve your target aquisition:
or I recently found what I needed here
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