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dzpMantis Friday, January 21st, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months9 of 9 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Marker Setup: A-5, Saw Combat Stock, ACI 6 stage exp chamber, JJ 14" Ceramic, 34oz co2 via remote w/slide
Backup - Spyder Elite with 12" 3D barrel, ACI 6 stage exp chamber, 20oz co2
Strengths: Sturdy, Strong, Well Made, Accurate, Looks Awesome
Weaknesses: Hard to install (tight fit) cant fit a 20oz on without DF
Review: All in all this is a great item. Perfect for those who want the look of a real gun / scenario. Really helps with accuracy, as it allows you to keep a firm hold on the marker, and sight properly. Need a raised sight to properly sight with goggles on.

It was hard to install, but is very sturdy because of that. It feels quite light, but is very strong. I've banged it around and have hardly managed to scratch it. As with any stock, it makes it a little harder to change hands. It easily makes up for that by increasing your accuracy. Allows you to keep the marker still while firing off as many shots as you need. Usually only a few if your marker is set up right.
Perfect for woodsball or scenario play.

UPDATE: I usually take the stock off for speedball, but decided against it once to see how/if it would hinder play. It did awesome. I was able to sit back a couple of feet from my bunker, and lean out and take some very accurate shots, many times needing only a couple of balls to take someone out. Because I could hold it steady and close, I was able to lean out just enough to get the shots off without sacrificing myself. I was still able to run, jump and crawl with it on. It gives the marker a very accurate "assault rifle" feel. I had such success that a friend with a A-5 put his stock back on for the next game (not a SAW stock though).

Weight = 1.0 pounds
Conclusion: Perfect for Woodsball or Scenario play. Very well made, sturdy and strong. Makes the A-5 look and feel more like a M4. Love it
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, February 14th, 2005 at 5:11 pm PST
 

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