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murdoc niccolz Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
2 years
Products Used:
Model 98 SR floating handguard
M4 hand guard
Marker Setup: Tippman 98 custom (Camo)
Polished internals
Anti Chop bolt
Cyclone Feed (camo)
Car Stock (camo)
Opsgear red dot sight
Opsgear 98 floating hand guard (digi camo)
Opsgear 16" M4 barrel (digi camo)
Strengths: Strong
tons of threads
Looks freakin' sweet!
Weaknesses: Bit heavy
Barrel adapter
Review: In my opinion, this is one of the coolest mods I have ever used for the A5. It looks great, and it makes the already great feel of the A5, even greater. It is used nicely instead of a bulky shroud, which could cost way more, and gives you great mobility of the gun. It is great to prop up on bunkers without damaging the barrel. It is very heavy duty and built strong.

However, as great as it was, I couldn't work the A5 barrel adapter. I had to split the A5 marker and put the adapter in. When it was put back together, it was a simple procedure to lock it in and put on the shroud.
Conclusion: I would reccomend this product to anyone that plays woodsball and wants a super cool, affordable mod to their gun.
10 out of 10

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