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NYCballer Friday, May 15th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Tippmann Adjustable Car Stock
Marker Setup: Tippmann A5; X-7 hopper; Response Trigger ; J&J Ceramic Barrel; Apex Barrel; Extreme Rage Remote; Pure Energy 72cc 3000PSI tank
Strengths: Looks!
Hollow Buttstock [for Storage]
Metal 'Shoulder Rest' for easy reloading in game
Weaknesses: CANNOT USE SIGHTS on Marker!!!
Increases Marker Length
VERY VERY VERY Hard to install
Review: Saw Stock is a great addition to your gear. It is strong, looks great and serves its purpose [stabilizes your marker<- compared to one w/ no stock]. I liked the look and it appeared more stronger and durable than the TM Car Stock..and in fact it is. Its made with very strong polymer [Us Glock owners don't like the term 'plastic'] and it has so far survived two woodsball games and i'm sure it will survive much more to come. One of the reviews here said that you can use your sights with this stock. Well those posts were WRONG. IT DOES NOT ALLOW YOU TO USE YOUR SIGHTS - Not with average goggles. I have both V-force armor and Pro-Vantage, which has flexible plastic shields. I made some serious changes to my goggles [Cutting and readjusting the cheek covers] and still I'm only barely able to see through sights<- which isn't helpful under most gaming conditons so prepare to forget the sights and not to mention that most fields don't like modified goggles.
And its very very difficult to install the fact...the rear lower pin is only in half-way through and sticks out through the left receiver side. Not a big problem but I'd like to be able to install it fully. I'm planning on re-drilling the hole in the stock!

Conclusion: Overall its a very good investment...if you agree to some conditions. No sights and about 2hrs of work or you befriend the hulk to help you install. It is better than the car stock- NO doubt about it. If you have the money , please buy this stock. 8-10 because I was tired and pissed off after installing the stock and oh yea i used to like my i'm just used to it.
8 out of 10Last edited on Friday, May 15th, 2009 at 5:01 pm PST

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