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Hafellafuser Monday, March 14th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Marker Setup: -16" Dye Boomstick w/ Lapco Shroud cover
-Tacical Car Stock
-BSA Red Laser w/ offset mount
-Sling w/ sling screw mounts
-Ricochet Hopper
-G36 Mag
-68 4500 Nitro w/ Dye Rhino Cover
-Star Bolt (Internal)
-Side Velocity Screw
-Shocktech Drop Forward
Strengths: -Great to balance tank weight
-TIGHT fit
-Looks Beautiful
-Very durable
Weaknesses: -Expensive
-Color is off
-Adds some weight b/c of metal
Got this baby because the N2 was getting heavy on the back end. I wanted to throw it up front and this was the perfect fit. When the tank is on...IT'S ON TIGHT. The weight ratio is MUCH more balanced now. I always get compliments on the way that it looks on the old A5. Makes that baby look a lot more sleek. I'm also not afraid the drop down in the dirt or throw the gun around because there is no way that the shocktech drop forward will bend. That is some quality metal. It's also specifically made for the A5 so there are not any adaptors or anything you have to buy with it.

The price is a bit steep for a hunk of metal but all the drops I looked at were pretty expensive. The black paint does not match the black paint on the A5 but that's not too noticeable. It also adds some more weight to the A5 but it's worth the added durability.
Conclusion: This is definitely worth the buy. Unless you decide to go with a remote.
9 out of 10

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