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Uber_Mike Friday, April 7th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
My friends short one
Marker Setup: I got a Tippmann Model 98 with...........
GTA X-chamber
32* Drop Foward
Camo Decals
14" J&J barrel
24Oz Brass eagle Tank
I use Zap extreme Sportz
Paintballs
Strengths: Large drop
Weaknesses: No hardware
Review: I was looking for a new drop foward for my 98. I needed one because I got a large 24 OZ tank and it was hard to move around with it. so I tried my friends small one once and loved it, but I wanted a larger drop. I searched around and come up with a few big ones and I liked the 32* because it was in cool colors and seemed stylish. Also I liked how It came with a built in ASA. i didn't like the angle my tippmanns was in.

Here are the stats for the 32* Universal Drop Foward.
Moves the tank foward: 5"
Drops the tank: 2 1/2"
Total Length: 7 1/4"
Total Tallness: 3"
Mounting holes: 4 in middle, 2 offset
2 holes to make the air hose on left or right.
Comes with a screw to block other hole in ASA to block air from escaping I would recommend using some Teflon tape to help prevent leaks.

There is no hardware to mount the rear part of the drop foward to your gun, but for you tippmann owners you should be able to just use your stock hardware with no problems.

Just mount on the drop foward, Screw on your air hose from your old ASA (The small short screws from the drop foward most likely won't work with your old ASA), screw on the plug. (you used teflon tape or some other sealant right?) Screw on your tank and go!
Conclusion: If you use a large/long tank or just want to get that tank from behind your gun to not be there
you should buy this as it will move your tank foward enough to get it out of your way.


YAY!
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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