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Masks, Loaders, Hoppers and Gear added in June of 2015

A few weeks behind on this post but here are some of the neat gear related items I added to inventory this month. June of 2015's inventory consisted of guns and gear. The guns will be highlighted tomorrow of Friday but there are a few really neat items included with the gear as well.

Some harnesses by Brass Eagle, Unique and Indian Springs Paintball that were added to inventory in 2015. Some harnesses by Brass Eagle, Unique and Indian Springs Paintball that were added to inventory in 2015.

Above are a few of the harnesses added to inventory. 
Find these and hundreds more packs at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/packs.html

A wacky Brass Eagle Fanny Pack?  A 3 plug 1 fanny pack? A wacky Brass Eagle Fanny Pack? A 3 plug 1 fanny pack?

Probably my favorite is the nice Brass Eagle 3H + 1 fanny pack. It holds three tubes horizontal and one tube vertical.  I haven't come across one of these packs before and I'm tempted to keep this example and use it in some videos.  This pack is at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1447.html

A Unique Sporting Goods 4+1 pack in nearly new condition! A Unique Sporting Goods 4+1 pack in nearly new condition!

Also added with the harnesses was a practically brand new, black Unique, 4+1 pack. I love old Unique Packs and finding one in new shape is always nice. Find this harness at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1450.html

WGP Ammo Box added to inventory in June of 2015. Ammo Box, added a few to inventory in June of 2015 and there are always tons available.

And somehow a plain old WGP Ammo Box 1 snuck into this photo.  There is always a large stock pile of Ammo Box 1 loaders on BacciPaintball. Ammo boxes for sale at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea125.html

A selection of the loaders added to inventory in June of 2015. A selection of the loaders added to inventory in June of 2015.

And here's a selection of the loaders, gloves, and misc I added with this batch to inventory. Find these loaders and hundreds more at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/hoppers.html

A stock black Indian Spring Maxi loader in great shape. A stock black Indian Spring Maxi loader in great shape.

Some of the highlights include this plain old (and excellent shape) Indian Springs Maxi Loader. This style uses the ramp and holds about 150 paintballs.  The pop top (the same as used on Indian Springs tubes) is pretty much the standard for lids.  I believe these were released well before the Viewloader nice style lids but I'm not totally sure. Find Maxi Loaders at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/hoppers/140-rds-and-smaller-loaders/indian-springs-maxi-loaders-140-rds-1.html

A neat Green Indian Springs Maxi Loader that holds about 150 paintballs. A neat Green Indian Springs Maxi Loader that holds about 150 paintballs.

And this Indian Springs ramped Maxi Loader in green. This loader is actually riveted to the elbow, which I thought was pretty neat.  Unfortunately it will only work on one size neck (I think Cocker/Mags but I'll need to check).
This indian Springs Green Maxi Loaders is at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1421.html

 

Viewloader 100rd tubes added to inventory in June of 2015. A new pack of Viewloader 100 rd tubes packed in a Brass Eagle wrapper.

And something that no one else would probably find interesting besides myself, a new packaged set of two viewloader 100 pods.  What's even more interesting is that the packaging is actually from Brass eagle. This is likely because at the time Brass Eagle (or Daisy?) had purchased Viewloader. This pack of Brass Eagle Viewloader 100 rounds tubes is at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1429.html

Top logo on Brass Eagle Packaging of VL 100 round tubes. Top logo on Brass Eagle Packaging of VL 100 round tubes.
Back side of Brass Eagle Packaging of VL 100 round tubes. Back side of Brass Eagle Packaging of VL 100 round tubes.

The Front and Back of the Brass Eagle packaging are pictured above. Pretty rad.

How often do you find a pair of new Brass Eagle gloves with the tag still on them? How often do you find a pair of new Brass Eagle gloves with the tag still on them?

And since I'm highlighting all these basic Brass Eagle items I can not leave out these cool gloves.  Obviously similar to the Chinese style that we all have 1000 pairs of but with Brass Eagle's logo on them and brand new. These Brass Eagle gloves are at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1418.html

Some super breath able and old school Scott gloves. Some super breath able and old school Scott gloves.

Another pair of gloves I hadn't come across before are these Scott Competition gloves.  Neoprene backs and of course old cracking elastic bands. Checkout these old and used Scott gloves at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1419.html

Thick and tough neoprene Vents tank covers. Thick and tough neoprene Vents tank covers.

But my favorite items from this group photo are the Vents thick neoprene tank covers. These are made from a thick hard neoprene, similar to the neoprene soft ears on the sides of a Flex 7 mask but a little harder.  They are also embossed with the Vents Predator logo.  The 7oz cover looks to have the top sliced off but the 12oz cover is in great shape. Find these Vents tanks covers at:
12oz Vents hard neoprene cover: http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1433.html
7oz Vents hard neoprene cover: http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1432.html
And more misc tank covers:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/tank-covers.html

A few masks added to inventory in June of 2015. These include elite masks and Scott Masks. A few masks added to inventory in June of 2015. These include elite masks and Scott Masks.

And because I can't go several months and not accumulate a bunch of crappy old masks, here are a few. Some Elite masks, a Scott mask, a vents lower, a Spectra and a slightly hard to find Flex 7 Ize Graphite mask.

A front view of the masks that were added to inventory. The JT Ize Graphite is in the front, disassembled. A front view of the masks that were added to inventory. The JT Ize Graphite is in the front, disassembled.

And a front view of this same group of masks arranged slightly differently.  And find hundreds of old (not safe for current play) masks at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/masks.html

A nice shape JT Graphite IZE mask added to inventory in June of 2015. A nice shape JT Graphite IZE mask added to inventory in June of 2015.

Here is the Flex 7 Ize Graphite Mask. Good shape aside from one ripple scar left from a paintball's impact.  The soft bottoms are also a little bent from sitting but will probably reform if hung up.
And get this overpriced Flex 7 Ize Graphite mask set up at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1414.html

Also added were classic paintguns which will be detailed in the next few days!

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