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Herb Wednesday, February 2nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Pro team products -Car stock.
CO2 tank but plate.
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 Custom, Flatline/ 32 degrees Carbon Fiber, Folding Stock, 32 Degrees remote, Scope (sometimes) , and M16 standard issue bi-pod ( army surplus ).
Strengths: Folds, shortens/ lenghtens, light, good mobility with it. Most sights work with it when folded.
Weaknesses: Some parts get loose after heavy/ extreme use.
Review: The Good : Fairly good and solid. Does its job (keeps your marker steady). Folds, which is very useful if you use a sight or like to use your "iron sights" (the sights that come with ur Tippmann). Allows me to use my sight (rifle scope) and iron sights when folded. When used along with a remote coil gives great mobility. A fairly good price at 65$. Holds up fairly good, almost as well as my old Car stock did. Cool locking mechanism/ easy to use.

The Bad : After a full day of paintballing in the Bush or on a speed ball course, it will sometimes need a bit of tightening on its screws/bolts. Also when using and its un-folded the pressure put on it tends to make it rotate (The little ring that holds the stock in its normal position if not tight, then the stock will be loose).

Conclusion: All in all though this is a fairly good product and is worth the 65$. It preforms as one would expect and works good. The problems about the stock being loose or rotating is fairly trivial and can be fixed during the game by just tightening the ring on the front of the stock with ur fingers. As for the loose bolts you need an allan key for that, but it just makes the stock a tiny bit wobbly and doesnt really affect ur gameplay. Not quite as steady as my old Car stock but it is a trade off between being 100% soild and folding, the capability of folding wins out.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, February 2nd, 2005 at 8:28 am PST
 

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