Things I liked:Great for really big guns. Nice dropped platform with double velcro straps for stability. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Just know this holster will swallow any normal-sized gun, including my glock and a Colt .45 revolver. No kidding. This thing is ONLY for really big guns.
Things I liked:The concept is great, with extra in-mag backside storage of bunches of extra BBs. Things I would have changed:This mag won't fit the Walther P99 Special Ops bicolor model. It is too large overall, the magazine base is too large to allow the magazine to fully seat in the mag well, and the button on the front that allows you to manually depress the spring for loading catches on the internal cutout in the front of the P99 mag well making it almost impossible to remove without breaking it.
Things I liked:Works well after a little practice to really speed up loading. Pretty good value. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:This thing is made of plastic. If you use it or carry it with you without some reasonable level of care, you can break it.
Things I liked:Great value for the price on a really nice holster and dropped leg platform. Things I would have changed:The only thing I'd change (and that's really just a matter of personal preference) is to put two leg straps for stability. The wide platform is obviously intended to help with this, and it does, but two separate straps would just be a little more comfortably stable. What others should know:This fits my Walther P99 Special Ops Bicolor model perfectly, as well as my real Glock 23.
Things I liked:Very smooth and well-shaped. Things I would have changed:Nothing. What others should know:Not sure about the time span on biodegradability. After 4 weeks now, with healthy dosed of each rain, snow, sun and ice, I can see no degradation yet. On the positive side that makes them infinitely reusable for the kids in the backyard, but on the negative side that means that the level of biodegradability is questionable, at least at the 4-week mark. Perhaps they are just slower to break down than my expectations. Not a complaint, just sharing my experience.