Tippmann A-5 Response/ Dye Boomstick 16" w/ vertical air feed, and classic Tippman 98 Custom
It makes for stable firing and is adjustable for situation.
It's very difficult to use iron sights because a conventional mask prevents full shouldering.
The best part about it is it helps to stablize and manage the weight of the gun. However, there is a major flaw here. Every time I have had it on the gun, I can't use the iron sights because my mask prevents me from putting my cheek on the stock. It's hard to get around this from what I can tell. If you don't use the sights, though, it is a great accessory.
If you use iron sights, think twice about it because your mask will probably keep you from resting your cheek on the stock as necessary to aim and shoot properly in such manner. If you fire from the hip or another method that doesn't involve the sights, it is a great way to stabilize the gun when firing and balance carry and holding weight.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, March 17th, 2008 at 7:56 am PST