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Wrathbringer Wednesday, December 17th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
6 months
Marker Setup: Stock A-5
Invert Nightstick - 14"
X-7 Hopper
Liberty Collaspible Stock
Remote Line
92/4500 Crossfire
Strengths: Tough
Cheap For Quality
Weaknesses: Installation Issues
Review: Background
I needed a stable shooting platform for my A-5 since I'm not too steady with my hands, and I needed one that was relatively cheap. I found this particular stock online and because it's so cheap I figured I had little to lose.

When I opened the box the stock came in I noticed that it looked NICE! Matches the M4 look perfectly, and to boot it's very durable. I believe it's made of ABS plastic, and it feels VERY tough to the point where I think I can drive nails with it! I also noticed some extra plastic around the push pin holes for reinforcement so the plastic tabs wouldn't break off. Straight out of the box I knew I made a good choice.

Securing it to the A-5 took a bit of work. I had to loosen most of the bolts on the marker so that I could slide the stock onto it. Once I got it on I discovered that the botton push pin could NOT put in as the hole was drilled off center. Eventually I took a drill to the stock with a 1/4" drill bit, but prior to doing that the stock did not wobble, even while missing a push pin. With the last push pin in it felt like it would never come loose.

Field Review
Man, this thing is TOUGH! I every time I've taken it to the field I was banging it against trees and rocks, and it would not budge. I even took it off afterwords to check for any structural damage, and there was nothing. This is a damn strong stock, and I'm confident that this will last me a loooong time.

It's great having an adjustable stock, but I'm sure that if you're looking at one you already know the benefits so I don't need to explain them to you.
Conclusion: I'm very happy with this stock. It looks fantastic and is VERY useful, so I'd definitely recommend this stock to anyone looking for form and function. The one issue that I had was with the push pin hole, but that's fixed easily.
9 out of 10

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