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BadKarma01 Tuesday, April 12th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 6 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
manufactured my own collapstable stock and rigid stock systems.
Marker Setup: Spyder AMG LCD (recreational gun)
Psyco Delta 68 (sidearm)
STO autococker (tournement gun)
Strengths: Excellent ballance and durability. Easy installation and overall increase of appearance.
Weaknesses: Some shimmy in the sliding stock wich can be overcome with some effort and determination.
Review: Leaning more towards the realistic look and feel of a paintball gun to play scenario and rec. games, I thought I would try this collapsable stock to see how well it would play on the field. I have manufactured a couple of different stocks for my guns and found that adapting them to fit the end of a paintball marker, especially a Spyder was difficult and ended usually in frustration and disaster. This Butt Stock goes on tight and feels sturdy in rugged play. With excellent balance and the look to detail that most advid paintball players want, I highly recommend this purchase to any recreational paintball player. For tournements, the less you can have on your gun for play the better. This stock doesn't add that much wieght, but any more wieght than is completly neccisary is just a hassle.
Conclusion: For the weekend player and the backyard warrior, you are sure to have alot of fun and turn alot of heads with this Stock.
10 out of 10

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