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IceAnubis Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Blackpoint Engineering Folding Combat Stock
Marker Setup: CCI Phantom
Silver Anno
Bottomline 12g or 13/3000 tank
Freak Barrel, All American front 14"
Stainless Freak Inserts, Polished
Trigger Shoe
Wevo Undercocking Kit
One Piece Feed
Nickel Alumagrips
In Yo Face T Stock
Palmer Stabilizer Sideline
Strengths: Simplicity
Low Price
Durability
Weaknesses: Weight
Quality of Machining
Review: The In Yo Face Universal Stock is a cheap, simple thing to put on your marker. It will work for anything that has a standard bottomline adapter. It is easy to mill and drill if you want to add accessories or holes or details. It is two parts; the main body screws onto the shoulder pad with two screws. It's a good stock, but the issue I have with it is the sheer weight. This simple stock weighs 8.40 ounces. The Blackpoint Engineering Folding Combat Stock weighs an ounce or so less than this, and it's way more complex. The stock is seriously overbuilt, and it is a double-edged sword. I don't like the weight, and I'm looking into other options. If you have access to a mill, you can mill it down easily or have it done for minimal cost. The quality of the machining is low as well.
Conclusion: Buy the product if you need a cheap, durable T-stock. Don't buy it if you're looking for something very nicely machined or very light weight, because it is neither. It's a good stock to experiment on, so you can grab it if you want to modify it.
Rating:
6 out of 10
 

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