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Ronin Gear Barrel Cover
by Bill Mills

Ronin Gear’s logo says “Ronin Gear, California, USA” and there is definitely a west coast flavor to their barrel cover.  The Pan Am Circuit is the premier amateur (and novice, rookie, young gun and stock class for that matter) tournament circuit in the western US, and was the first major tournament series to require player ID cards.  The NPPL is following suit, though adoption of the ID system has been slow going.  

Since players in the Pan Am are required to have a barrel cover on their paintgun, and show the referees their ID card as they enter the field, combining the two into a single item makes sense.

Unlike most barrel covers, Ronin Gear’s cover does not use an elastic band to secure it to the paintgun.  Instead, it uses a nylon lanyard with a quick release buckle.  While this provides a more secure attachment of the cover to the paintgun, it is a bit more ungainly.  The cover itself is made of foam material sandwiched between two layers of nylon, the outer of which is of very heavy duty.  

A clear vinyl pocket provides room for a player ID card, putting it on display on the end of the paintgun.

Ronin Gear is distributed by I&I Sports Supply.  
 
 

 


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