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KILLA DADDY of2 Monday, March 20th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
The opsgear folding ak47 stock, the g36 stock, the wire stock, and this one as well.
Marker Setup: a5 with egrip
opsgear pdwkit
flatline
allens hopper
offset adaptor
raised rail
red dot sight
shocktech front bolt
Strengths: Very small when folded, and perfect length for qcb.
Weaknesses: None.
Review: This is a great product, looks and feels like the real thing. When purchased with the whole kit, (mag kit, stock and barrels), it is an awesome deal! As a former military member, i put my toys through the ringer, and this product holds up awesome. Get it, you will not be disappointed.
Conclusion: Buy it, it is an awesome deal and very sturdy.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Max Casualty Monday, September 4th, 2006 | 9:25 am PST
I bought this stock based on your review, but have had nothing but problems. I used it once and it is already broken. the bolt of my A-5 appears to have been striking the stock, which began to push it out the back of my marker, shattering the rear push bolts and breaking off the plastic around the square and round pegs of the stock. The worst part is that this all happened while the stock was folded, I didn't even get a chance to use it! i am hoping my stock had some problems with the manufacturing, because all the other reviews of products from Opsgear are positive, but I have yet to hear back from them about how to resolve this issue. Has anyone else experienced this problem? I'll post again once I hear back from Opsgear.

Update:

I have spoken with Opsgear and they told me that a small batch of their stocks had a manufacturing defect. The stock extended a very small distance too far into the reciever. they told me that they do not see this being a problem again for me and I have sent the stock back for a replacement. They were very helpful and I am giving them another chance. As long as I don't have any further problems, this is a great stock.

Update:

After About a month and a half, I got my new stock in the mail. I measured it and to my dismay, it was the same length as the old stock. So, I took my dremmel and sand paper to it in order to get it down closer to the size of the origional end cap. I also inserted a very slim buffer o-ring so the bolt would not be slamming against the stock as hard as it would. I used it this weekend and once again it works terrible. it does not allow the bolt to go back as far as it needs to into the reciever, when I use it my shots are inconsistant and I can feel Co2 leaking from the trigger, the same problems I had in the beginning with the first stock. So I took off the stock for the rest of the day and in an instant my problems were solved. I will never use it again and have wasted 60 bucks.
Last edited on Monday, October 30th, 2006 at 3:34 pm PST
   

marmot Thursday, March 1st, 2007 | 4:34 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by Max Casualty
I bought this stock based on your review, but have had nothing but problems. I used it once and it is already broken. the bolt of my A-5 appears to have been striking the stock, which began to push it out the back of my marker, shattering the rear push bolts and breaking off the plastic around the square and round pegs of the stock. The worst part is that this all happened while the stock was folded, I didn't even get a chance to use it! i am hoping my stock had some problems with the manufacturing, because all the other reviews of products from Opsgear are positive, but I have yet to hear back from them about how to resolve this issue. Has anyone else experienced this problem? I'll post again once I hear back from Opsgear.

Update:

I have spoken with Opsgear and they told me that a small batch of their stocks had a manufacturing defect. The stock extended a very small distance too far into the reciever. they told me that they do not see this being a problem again for me and I have sent the stock back for a replacement. They were very helpful and I am giving them another chance. As long as I don't have any further problems, this is a great stock.

Update:

After About a month and a half, I got my new stock in the mail. I measured it and to my dismay, it was the same length as the old stock. So, I took my dremmel and sand paper to it in order to get it down closer to the size of the origional end cap. I also inserted a very slim buffer o-ring so the bolt would not be slamming against the stock as hard as it would. I used it this weekend and once again it works terrible. it does not allow the bolt to go back as far as it needs to into the reciever, when I use it my shots are inconsistant and I can feel Co2 leaking from the trigger, the same problems I had in the beginning with the first stock. So I took off the stock for the rest of the day and in an instant my problems were solved. I will never use it again and have wasted 60 bucks.

You should write a review and give it a rating. Leaving this information buried in a comment puts others at risk: I nearly purchased this stock as well.
   

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