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outoftowner Friday, February 1st, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
-32 degrees sliding stock
-BT-4 car stock
Marker Setup: -BT-4 combat
-red lazer cross hair sight
-flashlight on lower rail
-9 oz CO2
-standard 200 rd hopper
-JCS folding stock
Strengths: -Really strong
-Comes with parts that can change the angle
-Very comfortable
Weaknesses: -Hard to tighten on so it doesent twist
-Instructions need some revising
Review: To start this all off, this stock is amazing, it is made of aircraft grade aluminum and it gives great comfort to the user, when it is in the folded position it is completely out of the way even if it is fully extended. That brings up another thing, this stock has way more variation in length even more then a sliding stock. Another great thing is that they send some parts that change the angle of the stock, from flat to a good 20 degrees. One thing that has to be done is for someone to look at there instructions, it says to keep part 19 loose until you put it on, but it is actually part 16, and another bad thing about it is that when you tighten (i forget what it is called) to keep the stock tight, you need some vice grips and a towel to tighten it(the towel is for the paint not to come off) and let it sit for 15 minutes and it will be tight.

EDIT: Ok I found a fix for the rotational issue, all you do is put an appropriate size o-ring between the part that you twist to keep it tight and the back of your clam shells, this way the rubber in the o-ring gives enough friction so it will stop the rotating, oh and you don't have to do the vice grips and towel thing with the o-ring, this way you can do it finger tight.
Conclusion: Buy this stock, it is totally worth it.
9 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, December 24th, 2008 at 5:03 pm PST

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