PCS 98 Adjustable Car Stock
14" Smart Parts Tear Drop Barrel
VERY easy to clean
Not a battery hog
None, except installation thing (see review)
AMAZING product. Depending on the gun you have it is either easy or hard to install.
If you have a Custom Pro, the power tube is already installed, and you will not need to take apart the marker or drill a hole. If you have a 98 Custom you will have to drill a hole and install the power tube.
I truly need to make this clear for anyone (myself included) who thinks of using this product. The hole for the screw fitting is on the right side , not even an inch above the safety. Well, I did follow all the instructions and it can get very tedious with the sear spring and the front sight latch. Other than that the only real problem with it would be the part where you drill a hole.
Besides that it is still a little bulky, but most definitly feeds the balls. No breaks after a test run of 500 balls, no chopping, and even though the hopper is rated at 200. I have gotten in 275. With the bottom section and filling it to the brim. it fed all the balls and didn't break one.
Plus, cleaning the breach is easy. Just puch down an the front sight and tip the cyclone feeder. It doesn't even strainthe feed hose, you can tip it all you want.
This product is good for anyone on the field. My opinion is that a 98 or Custom Pro with a Cyclone feed beats and A-5, of course this is my opinion. 8 out of 10 because of the installation mid understanding, and for the part where you have to drill a hole in your marker. (what if you screw up?)
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 26th, 2006 at 2:00 pm PST
Actually with the 98 custom you dont have to drill a hole. It is already there but you do need to change the power tube. With the newer 98 customs you dont have to change the power tube at all..... just like the custom pro.
With my 98c A.C.T. it appears i'll either have to drill a bigger hole for the new power tube valve to fit through or sand down the power tube valve in order to fit in the preset hole...Did anyone else find this problem? I brought it to a proshop and they said it would not be able to fit. The valve is just too fat to fit and theres no way my gun is closing, please give me some suggestions lol. thanks