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Gspence Wednesday, December 28th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Car stock, saw stock, A-5 A2 stock, shoulder cap for 12oz tank.
Marker Setup: A-5 w/ tac cap or ricochet hopper, Hammerhead Battlestikxxx 14 inch or hammerhead Shark Tooth, ADCO red dot sight, Voodoo Folding Stock, Remote line, E-Grip,
Strengths: Folding capabilities, Size, Weight, Strength, RVA, line of sight.
Weaknesses: Hard to open, hard to clean.
Review: This stock folds, has an RVA, is lightweight, does not get in the way of the sight, and is strong. i can see down my dot sight with my profilers very easily, yet it still provides great shooting support. there is some wobble, but it it vertical. the fact that it folds makes it very useful in switching from close to long range. the RVA uses a different size wrench than the ones that come with the A-5. when folded, it doesnt go out further than the cyclone. its very strong. its very easy to close, but you have to use your whole hand to open it. it is very easy to change the length, but fully extended, it is VERY long. it is hard to clean, because you have to disassemble it.

for the record, i only play woodsball, so i dont know what it should rate for speedball.
Conclusion: i have not tried any other folding stocks, but i think that this is worth the money. i know that it is better than other non-folding stocks just for the RVA and the sight clearance.
8 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, December 28th, 2005 at 11:20 pm PST

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