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kek Wednesday, August 30th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Universal Gas-thru stock - way worse, but does allow you to use sights
Tapco T6 - has wobble, but has the advantage of being collapsible
Marker Setup: Tippmann A5
14" SP Progressive
G36 Folding Stock
BT Double Finger Trigger
Ricochet R5
68/3000 HP
Strengths: - Folds
- Sturdy
- Light
- Looks
- Compact
- Price
Weaknesses: - Interference with mask
- Not for lefties
- No sling attachment-part
- Though installation
Review: Well, this has been my third stock since I bought my A5 only a couple months ago. Since it is Opsgear, you can be sure about the good quality of the product, lightweight but still very sturdy...

The thing you'll notice when you first see it is that it is rather short. Well, since it should be in order to be able to fold next to your cyclone, so that shouldn't be that much of a problem.

It is a pretty solid stock, no wobble like the Tapco. It does however have some space in the folded position, but this shouldn't be an issue since it doesn't even need to be sturdy at that point.

The only big weakness of this stock to me is that it doesn't allow you to use any sights without any (offset)adapters. Not that I used my stock sights very often, but there still occur moments when you'd wish you would be able to quickly use your stock sights

Update: this stock has broken two of the pushpins in the back of the marker. A pretty nasty thing, considering there's no PB-store anywhere near...

Conclusion: Very good stock, sturdy but still lightweight. Great to be able to simpy fold it away for CQB.
A 9.75 since you can't really use the sights, but due to breaking the pushpins it's a 9
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, October 26th, 2006 at 11:41 am PST

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