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OSinsOgre Friday, May 18th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
A-5 w/ Car stock
MR1 w/ stock
Marker Setup: Tippmann A5 w/ E-trigger
OPS Gear Dishku Supresor
OPS Gear 10" Barrel
APP 350rd Hopper for Cyclone
32 degrees remote
88 & 68ci 4500psi tank
Black Hawk Molle Phoenix Vest
Strengths: Compact Setup Note DOES NOT need any cutting or moding of marker
Weaknesses: Need to back loop Steel braided hose back to the stock. Little hard to connect.
Review: Great view from back of marker even with Vents or JT Spectra Goggles on

Come on SpecOps put something a more compatible and a lot less pain in the future. However, this could be a Tippmann thing since the two companys mereged. I don't know.

Neither of my 32 degree remotes connect properly to the nipple used. I had to take the female end off of my remote and put the one that came with this one. Therefore If you are like me with two remotes you may want to replace the male connection in the long run.

However, If you put a 90 degree connection on at the tomestone addapter I believe you can avoid the man handling required to put this on. Making it easier to clean if you do this.

Is currently worth the effort due to how sweet this looks when asymbled. This can get to be fustrating if you have to clean paint off while at the field and if your marker gets hit a bit by your bad luck or after a weekend senario event having to break down the marker can get to be a pain in the but.

P.S. It always stands to reason after I search and search for this product in varrious ways it is after I post this one that I find another posting of this.

Another P.S.
I used this bad boy at the NJ Nam on June 1, 2, 3rd and thank you Spec Ops. This was an amazing help luging the A-5 around the field. The popup u-bar allows me to keep my arm from being bunched up while walking and pops down real quick when I put it into place to fire. It is strong as a rock and takes a beating well in the thick woods at Accurate Paintball. I may still get a sling to see if that will help out with the carry bit.
Conclusion: Well worth it, I tried a few other stocks on the A-5 but hated them. I did not feel comforble with them to my face with a marker on. At the TTPL I asked to hold a guy who had a Saw stock on his and I like the way it felt
Rating:
8 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, June 7th, 2007 at 10:57 am PST
 

Review Comments
Willie-mo Thursday, May 31st, 2007 | 5:26 pm PST
u should get the new SAW shroud... then ur a-5 will b pimpin
   

Cluster_Funker Sunday, June 3rd, 2007 | 8:04 pm PST
how in hell did you get the foregrip on
   

OSinsOgre Thursday, June 7th, 2007 | 11:04 am PST
quote:
Originally posted by Cluster_Funker
how in hell did you get the foregrip on

Ok, first after getting the line in and wraped around going back to the stock (but not conected to it) you will have to use one hand to push the hose close to the body. Just do this for about 5 minutes without even trying to put the for grip on. Make certain the hose is placed a little even with the top of the tombstone but not in the divit created by the tomb stone placement. This way as you are trying to put the fore grip on use the forcing upward motion placed on the hose to move it up. Then try and use a thumb or another free finger to push the hose into the tombstone divit area. Other wise you will have the hose in the divit and the for grip will push it out.

Take your time, go slow, and remember a bigger hammer may make things fit. However, in this application you will distroy your A-5. gental is the key with this.

I hope this helps. By the way tonight I will clean the A-5 and will have to remove this foregrip to clean the paint out. I will make a short video when I take it apart and put it togeather. I about a week I will have the video posted so people can see it.
   

OSinsOgre Thursday, June 7th, 2007 | 11:08 am PST
quote:
Originally posted by Willie-mo
u should get the new SAW shroud... then ur a-5 will b pimpin

If you are refering to the OpsGear shroud I thought about it but OpsGear does not make a 12" barrel so I can use the Diska Flash Supressor aka "Sound Enhancer" as I call it. I enjoy the loud sound that scares the BaJesus out of people.

"I love the noise"

I am certain the video for the 2007 NJ Nam will have me shooting. I must of had about 10 video camera on my when I was laying paint at this event.
   

celorwin Monday, April 7th, 2008 | 7:09 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by OSinsOgre


Ok, first after getting the line in and wraped around going back to the stock (but not conected to it) you will have to use one hand to push the hose close to the body. Just do this for about 5 minutes without even trying to put the for grip on. Make certain the hose is placed a little even with the top of the tombstone but not in the divit created by the tomb stone placement. This way as you are trying to put the fore grip on use the forcing upward motion placed on the hose to move it up. Then try and use a thumb or another free finger to push the hose into the tombstone divit area. Other wise you will have the hose in the divit and the for grip will push it out.

Take your time, go slow, and remember a bigger hammer may make things fit. However, in this application you will distroy your A-5. gental is the key with this.

I hope this helps. By the way tonight I will clean the A-5 and will have to remove this foregrip to clean the paint out. I will make a short video when I take it apart and put it togeather. I about a week I will have the video posted so people can see it.


you said you were going to post a video, where? and did this involve any cutting of the a5 at all. if you don't mind could you explain again, in clear detail how this worked for you and not others. thanks (i'm thinking about buying it)
   

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