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agentdowell Monday, June 14th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
only dropforwards
Marker Setup: Planet Eclipse Nexus Cocker Director's Cut, Turbulance fade
-CP Prorail and On/Off (chrome)
-egg 2 z-board
-Worrgas 70/45 stubby
Strengths: UNIMOUNT!
Weaknesses: if you use a scuba tank
Review: Unimounts are the new thing. There's a good reason for it though. I can attest to the amount of comfort the unimount brings to the table. Removing the drop from my gun was the best idea I had had since inventing the internet. It puts the tank right up there in your shoulder, tight. Combined with a stubby, the unimount is far more comfortable than a drop because it makes the height of the gun considerably less. I suggest you combine this rail with the Custom Products on/off asa. They work great together and they look fantastic.
Conclusion: Unimounts are the wave of the future. Drop forwards are on there way out, only scuba tanks really require a massive drop to bring them into usable distance. The unimount is the way to go and this is a supreme example of one,
10 out of 10

Review Comments
tigerpaws27 Monday, October 11th, 2004 | 1:44 pm PST
scuba tank.... ahah nice...

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