"If you're looking for a bare-bones chest rig, just to hold your magazines, and maybe a grenade, then this is for you. I'm 6'3" and 190 lbs, and this fits me beautifully. The split harness design doesn't dig into my neck and makes it wearable for long periods of time. Six KWA 120 rd. midcaps (1 in the gun) are more than enough for most games, and the extra pouch holds my Tornado Impact grenade. I run the Tippmann M4, I wear a hydration carrier on top of this with my HPA tank and I retain my range of motion and mobility. Reinserting mags takes little time and the chance of mags slipping out is slim to none. The whole interior of the chest rig is accessible by opening the Velcro on the top and I find it helpful to carry my phone, some bills, and maybe a bag of BBs, along with anything reasonably flat that will fit into it. You can stick your moral patches, flags, name tapes, whatever on the Velcro section on the back connecting strap. When in storage or transport, it rolls up to about the size of a water bottle. Compared to the Blue Force Gear similar chest rig, this is a more affordable alternative if you don't feel like shelling out 90 dollars. In combination with a battle belt, you can add your pistol mag pouches, dump pouches, or whatever you can't fit on this chest rig. Overall, if you like having lightweight kit a minimalist feel and adaptability, then this may be for you.
Pros: simple, good retention, affordable, lightweight, compact, works with HPA rigs
Cons: may not fit large frames, limited capacity, no MOLLE/PALS
-hold mags decent
-easier to get mags in & out then you think
-great for cqb loadout
-Max adjustments fair to poor for large framed person (like me)
-Not for a larger game with 6 mids (maybe 6 high caps if you run that way)
-no extra molle for attaching anything else (Need battle belt or something else like stated in the video)
-Better systems for about the same price and more features
Fair purchase for the price, but not for everyone.