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Old 10-19-2010, 10:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Location: Middle Tennessee

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Whiskey Two-Four Stock Class Pouches

Manufacturer: Whiskey Two-Four

Description: Stock Class 10rd 10x tube pouch in Multicam (2 Each)

Period of Product Use: Less than a month

Paintball Experience: Over 20 years

Similar Products Used: PBMafia LG-10 Leg Harness,,, PBMafia Joyride Pack,,, Shotgun Bandoleer

Marker Setup: Redux DuckSlide BBA

Rig Setup : BDS Tactical Duty Belt w/Modular Belt Sleeve and H Harness,,, BDS Tactical Shotgun Shell Pouch,,, FullClipUSA Double Pod Pouch,,, FullClipUSA ID Pouch,,, Blue Force Gear Ten-Speed SSE Dump Pouch,,, Flyye Industries MBITR Radio Pouch,,, Whiskey Two-Four Stock Class 10rd 10x tube pouches

Recommended Upgrades: 1 Inch heavy duty elastic sewn crossways on the outside half way down the pouch to offer better tube retention when mounted upside down (Capless Configuration)...

Strengths: 1000D Cordura nylon, nylon webbing, and bonded nylon thread construction,,, reinforced double stitching, triple stitching, and/or gusseting in high stress areas

Weaknesses: Unless mounted right side up you might lose some of you tubes (see recommended upgrade)

Review: After I placed my order to Whiskey Two-Four I received a e-mail confirmation followed 2 days later by a shipping confirmation... The reason for this is he makes them to order and I like the attention to detail given... After receiving my order I promptly laced one onto my BDS Tactical Modular Belt Sleeve upside down (capless setup) with the include Malice straps and mounted the other to my FullClipUSA drop leg rig right side up...

I went to play a day of Outlaw Ball at O.P.'s World Field that he just setup and had a great day playing with my new setup... I did find myself reaching down from time to time to make sure I didn't lose any of my ten round tubes that I had in the upside down pouch and had to push some back up into the pouch...

After getting home and cleaning up my gear I took the upside down capless pouch and turned it back right side up and took the one mounted on the drop leg and laced them together in a offset configuration... I remounted to my BDS Tactical Modular Belt Sleeve and have left it this way... I now love the way it's configured and I am now waiting for a 10 round 5x tube pouch to show up from Whiskey Two-Four and mount that in a special location on my rig...

Conclusion: In conclusion I would recommend Whiskey Two-Four's stock class tube pouches to anybody looking to setup a tactical rig for stock class play in the woods... Like I said the only weakness I found is that when mounted upside down for capless configuration that it needs 1 inch heavy duty elastic to help hold the tubes from sliding out the bottom when running,,, jumping over obstacles or sliding... This is a Great Item to add to any Kit in my humble opinion...

Rating: 9.9 out of 10.

Photos: You will have to excuse my helper as he is only 4 years old

I will be updating this review as time goes on


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