Tippmann A5 with a 14" smart parts progressive, JCS trigger/Egrip, tapco SAW stock, BSA Red dot mounted on Lapco Offset sight rail, Scepter grenade launcher, Opsgear SIG magazine, Allen paintball remote, Flurry Vest. Female Palmers Stab....
SPyder Imagine - 14" J&J Ceramic, Evo2, 20oz CO2
Spyder Agressor - Stock
No wobble/rattle, downward angle allows use of sights while wearing a mask.
VERY tight fit, can be difficult to install.
The biggest reason I purshaced this stock was because the overall design was well suited to my style of play. I have a BSA red dot scope on my A-5 and other stocks would not allow me to look thogh the scope while wearing a mask without either raising the scope or offsetting it to the side of the gun. The downward angle incorperated into the SAW style of stock allows enough room to place yor head low enough to use a scope or your gun sights while wearing a mask. The construction of the stock has proven to be very durable, and is made of a light but apparantly very strong plastic. Once attached to the gun there is little to no movement, and absolutely no rattle. The only difficulty I have had with this product was with the installation. The fit with the gun is VERY tight. This is good in that it keeps the stock firmly in place, however the downside for me was that I broke the top stud while attaching it to my gun for the first time. The problem was made right, hovever, as Tapco has a lifetime guarantee on this product and shipped me a new one free of charge. On the second stock I simple drilled the holes on the attachement studs slightly larger and had no problems with installation the second time.
NOTE: You should know that a 20OZ CO2 tank will NOT fit with this stock attached. You will need aither a remote or a drop to allow it's use.
I have had this attached to my gun for well over a year now and it has served me well through the toughest of scenario games. Althogh installaion can slightly difficult, it has proven to be a good product from a good company.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, November 17th, 2006 at 8:27 am PST