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Alex Vu’s Viewloader VL90 Mod

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Here is a great mod Alex “Taco” Vu did to his VL-90.

Eliminating the clear plastic loading lid Alex taped on a standard 100rd pod lid and used a post and grommet to hook the lid closed in play.

With a very study body but clear brittle lids you don’t see many VL-90s on the field today.
Not only will Alex’s mod allow the vl-90, my personal favorite loader, to remain useable it will also provide some reassurance that the lid won’t pop open mid game.

This definitely beats the velcro on mine which I super glue back on once a month.

Here are the VL-90s available on baccipaintball.com:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/hoppers-elbows/140-rds-and-smaller-loaders/vl-90s-90-rds.html

Thanks Alex for the pics!

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