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jaedog Sunday, May 7th, 2006
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Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
OPS gear six position MP5 stock. I could'nt get a more natural site position as with the Dogleg kit.
Marker Setup: A5 with CP 14inch barrel,QEV,Equalizer Board,Red Dot,Trinity AK 47 Expansion Chamber, Rufus Dog Double Trigger and Special Ops Dogleg Kit.
Strengths: Allows you to get fully behind your marker to use your sights.
Weaknesses: A little ugly at first.
Review: After months of trying to get my hands on this kit, I finally found one at PEVS paintball supply. After a couple more days of waiting, I finally got my hands on it. Installation was pretty easy except I had to use a hammer to tap in the pins because the fit was a little snug. At first it looked a little ugly, but after I raised it to my shoulder I knew my sighting problems were solved. As far as the ez air adapter, I would recommend the tombstone style because it put the macroline in the way of my trigger so I just put the AK 47 expansion chamber on, problem solved.I will try to post pictures.
Conclusion: I would recommend it to anyone who has sighting problems and need more stable shooting.
10 out of 10

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