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SABER0404 Tuesday, January 13th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 years
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
BT 16 solid stock but on an iron horse
Marker Setup: tippmann A-5, E-grip, 12" J&J, OPSGEAR AK47 folding stock, OPSGEAR 416 shroud, Lapco m4 mag, remote line, home made suppressor mod
Strengths: -Folds
-Good Length
-Non-in-cumbersome
-Solid construction with no wobble
Weaknesses: -Kinda weedy
-Spring/hinge got stiff
Review: I got this as one of my very early upgrades and it was definitely worth it, it improved my game dramatically. The folding action was very useful so when I was going cover fire I could whip it out and get that little bit more accuracy, and when I needed to assault I could fold it in and have more maneuverability. When paint got in the spring it was a little bit annoying to clean but nothing overly bad. I found the stock to be the perfect length for me. Over time though I found my spring getting tougher and tougher to compress making it harder to fold. Though it's a solid construction, it's very narrow (but not uncomfortable), and the large gap on the inside gives the appearance that it is flimsy and weak (especially with my 416 kit on, fine without it though). The stock doesn't hit on the cyclone parts because of a notched cut out and the stock attachment point limits it's ability to fold too far. This is a very good stock if your play style changes a lot. For the spring issue i could probably just chop a ring out to make it easier.
Conclusion: In the end this is one of the greatest stock you can buy for A5 hands down but for me it's time to move onto something else as my play style changes.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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