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trailer_trash Monday, June 13th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
None...my cocker didn't come with a beavertail...so to be tourney legal I had to Get a Beavertail
Marker Setup: AIM 17 Swift body (black)
CCM LPR
CCM Delrin back block
CCM Beavertail
PE Nexus ram
PE QEV's (black)
WGP Ergo REG
Shocktech Supa fly
NW spoon drop w/ ASA
Strengths: Light
Simple
Set screw
Strong
Looks
Weaknesses: None...it comes from Chipley and it is a simple Beavertail
Review: Well, It is cheap and looks nice and it is simple yet elegant
Price is a plus, but most beavertails aren't much
I really like the set screw, it keeps the tail from twisting from side to side
So it is all you could want in a beavertail

BUY IT! that way when you name off the parts you have on your marker it adds a Chipley Custom Machine to the list, if not another CCM to the list
Conclusion: Great, Simple, Price, Set screw, Looks, Light.....BUY IT

most people don't give 10's but it has absolutely no flaws so...
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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