JT Excellerator 5.0
Pure Energy 20oz CO2 Tank
Palmer Stabillizer (w/ PHAT mini 700psi gauge)
RMR Killstick Delrin Bolt
Halo Reloader B (w/ RIP drive & Z-board)
Trinity Assault 15-degree (inward) ASA block
JT 14" Two-piece Barrel
Fireball Mountain Stiletto Drop
Kingman ESP Frame w/ Rocking Trigger
Great balancing of weight.
It may look a little awkward
The main strength is that you'll find the angling of this drop will disperse the weight of the gun more evenly - especially with a 20oz tank. By slightly angling the tank up into your shoulder, also makes a nice stock position as well as eliminating a bottom-heavy gun.
Also this drop forward has a rail mount as well!! You can make one sleek looking setup with this drop.
I've got a lot of skeptical looks and comments but once it's assembled and in your hands, you'll be smiling :)
If you find your arm getting a little tired in a game, get this drop. It'll relieve a bit of that discomfort, provide better handling, and if you have a DYE ASA rail mount, you now have one stylish-looking drop!!
Be creative with your ASAs, but try choosing one that's slim in profile (don't use a duckbill...it looks AWFUL, lol). On that note, using it with a 15* inward ASA block, almost completes a 90* angle with that of your reg and tank - absolutely mint!!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, November 24th, 2005 at 1:27 pm PST
if you are using this with a CO2 tank you are being less than smart. you just guaranteed that Strait Liquid is going into your Regulator. The Palmer's reg can handle liquid, but it still isn't good for it. It will also worsen the consistency of your velocity.
You will also get alot less shots out of your tank.
This wouldn't matter at all with HPA, because that is in straight gaseus form.