The FistPack™ takes about half the time that some of the more conventional packs take to get paint to your loader. Using the Velcro® break-away concept suddenly makes reloading less involved, minimizing your downtime.
Reckless Paintball Products LLC FistPack™Writers Thoughts:
I play a lot of rec-ball, and scenario games. Nether of which I want to drop pods on the field. Thats what led me to trying this pack. After buying, and using for well over a year,...
I play a lot of rec-ball, and scenario games. Nether of which I want to drop pods on the field. Thats what led me to trying this pack. After buying, and using for well over a year, I'm very pleased.
-Fits very well. Doesn't slide around, and a lot of times I forget I'm wearing it!
-Holds pods well. The sleeves can be adjusted around the pods, and the sleeves have a rubber lining inside to help grip the pod. Even on Dye Lock-Lids that don't have as much surface area, they hold very well!
-Easy to stick pods back in. The holders in the pack guide the pod back into place, so all you have to do is get the pod in the ball-part of the holder, and stick it on.
-Very well made! Mine still looks new. No wear at all!
-The pack holds pods to well! Even after a years use, it still death grips pods. I ended up lining the pods up so the logo patch on the sleeves goes over half the velcro holder so it only holds the pod half as much, and I can "twist" the pod off.
-Possible to lose the sleeves. At five bucks a pop, not the cheapest, but I've only lost one, so its not that big of a deal. You can also get some velcro strips from the hardware store to replace them. What I ended up doing.
Should you buy it?
If you don't feel its for you, odds are its not. If I'm doing speedball, I'll be more likely to use a normal pack, since I'm not as worried about putting pods back.