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caligula2nd Wednesday, September 20th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock grip - Too short and plastic
Lapco milsim foregrip - much better style like the stock but aluminum
like this one (also looks like it should be on there,unlike this one)
Marker Setup: Phantom with bottom line,direct feed,detent rings,14"stock barrel,trigger shoe,50 rnd hopper,

Tippmann A-5,BT Apex,Lapco Microshot,Lapco Big Shot,Tapco 3 position stock,Red Hot Power Tube,Shock Teck Derlin Bolt,Aliuminium fore grip & 3 position sling(cannot remember the Co. names) & R-5 hopper & 50 rnd tac hopper,TSA double trigger.

Arikon Overlord,3 clips and holster attached to my vest.

BT-4,Shock Tech derlin bolt,A-5 Flatline,Empire B Reloader,BT double trigger

Autococker SF Tactical,twist grip feedneck,Redz Pepper Stickz barrel kit

And a few other older guns from Tippmann & Spyder

Strengths: Aluminum
longer than stock grip
Weaknesses: thin diameter
doesn't look like it belongs on an A-5
Review: This is an odd style for an A-5 in my opinion. Doesn't look like it was made for it.
Though it is longer than the stock one it's small diameter counters it I believe.
Going from to short (stock) to small diameter doesn't seem to help much for me
at least. Though the finger grooves are more comfortable style.

The main gripe I have with this product is it does not stay screwed in without
washers (as I have read from others as well) or something to keep it in place over any period of play.
Otherwise my other gripes are just preference.

Conclusion: I you don't mind the style or having to find a way to keep this grip tight
then look into getting it and it's reasonably priced.
Rating:
7 out of 10
 

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