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paintzeroe Wednesday, April 29th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
2 years
Products Used:
Miscellaneous A5 Stocks
Strengths: * Machined airplane aluminum
* Nice fit
* Light
* Stable
Weaknesses: * Price
* Slight difficulty in folding
Review: I'd like to go ahead and start off with saying that although OPSGEAR sells these stocks, they're actually made by Metadyne.


* Machined Airplane Aluminum: First of all, I think that Metadyne uses airplane aluminum in all of their products, so you're guaranteed that it'll last you quite a while.

* Strength: Its god awfully strong. I slammed into the pegs of a table and broke it, and it just slightly scratched the paint on the stock.

* Nice Fit: Again with the machining. Its done so well that it just slides right in the backside of the recievers, and there's no woble at all. (No pun intended.)


* Price: It costs quite a bit. Its just about half the price of an A5!

* Difficulty in folding: The button is difficult to press with a thumb. It does the job, though.

Conclusion: The function and form to me is 50/50. The workability and the craftsmanship is great. Buy this thing!
10 out of 10

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