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BAMF-HacKeR Monday, September 18th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Lapco Milsim Body (not enough rails, back end big)
Marker Setup: 2006 Smart Parts Ion, Deadlywind StinkOps Body, Lapco Low rise feedneck, TechT L6, Lucky Stage 2 Firecan, Lucky Stage 3 Donut, Lucky Stage 4 Spitfire w/mac noid, SP 360 QEV, CP Long reg, Dust freak back, 12", 14" and 16" AA tip, Virtue EZ-On black, Virtue Red Laser Eyes, CP 2k5 on/off with bleed, CP Perfect Rail, Hybrid Snow Grenade grips, Kila Reaction Detents, Virtue Membrane pad, Custom Milled frame for membrane pad, BSA 11 Step Red Dot Sight, Swatforce Tactical Light, BSA Tactical Light and Laser Sight

2006 Smartparts Ion, Virtue Board, Dye Membrane Pad, Virtue Blue Laser Eyes, Virtue EZ-On, Foehn v2 Body Kit, TechT L7 Bolt, AKA 2-Liter + Reg, CP Sling Blade Trigger, SP Q-Lock Feedneck, CP 2K5 ASA w/bleed, SP 360 QEV, 2K6 Freak Back w/SS inserts, Stiffi Mamba Tip, SP Mini Drop, 2K6 Hybrid Contract Killer Grips, Kila Reaction Ball Detents, NDZ Snatch Grip
Strengths: Lots of rails
Quality construction
Easy Installation
Weaknesses: Installing front frame screw
Review: OK to start off, this is an AWESOME MilSim body. I had the Lapco MilSim body and swapped it out for the Deadlywind. The Lapco did not have enough rails to mount sights, lights, etc.

The body is very well made and fits the gun perfectly. The milling is 100% and the feedneck hole is a perfect fit. I like that on this body you do NOT need to remove the feedneck to get the body off. The feedneck attaches to the body and sits directly above the stock feed port. (very good measurements must have been taken, nice job Deadlywind!)

The tail cap is aluminum as is everything on this body, no plastic here, and comes out by removing 2 screws. It allows for 98 stocks to be installed.

The screw holes are tapped very well and there are no issues when screwing in your frame screw, except for the front frame screw. Well not really an issue, I needed to hold the screw with needle nose pliers so I could stick the Allen key through the hole in the body to screw it in. Not a big deal, but I figure I would mention it.

The body is a little long, but I like that, because the back half can be easily used as a snatch grip.

Another review said they had a hard time installing the QEV. I did not experience that. Clipard QEV went right in no issues at all.
Conclusion: I would recommend this body to anyone wanting to make a MilSim Ion. It is made very well and fits perfectly. All the rails give you countless mounting options and the ability to add a stock is a great feature...
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, December 10th, 2006 at 8:04 pm PST

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