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diekill5 Saturday, August 29th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 years
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
20 oz buttplate
Marker Setup: 98c with: car stock, BT 1914 barrel & rails (front shroud removed), 2x red dot scope/sight, winchester paintball 50rnd hopper, vertical bottle adapter (expansion chamber removed) 20oz co2.
Strengths: The only strength of this product is the stability it offers vs. no stock
Weaknesses: low mask clearance, doesn't work with a Rocket Cock 2
Review: In my humble opinion, The paintballer's needs were completely ignored when this product (and all like it) were rushed into market. A stock like this could easily be much more well thought out. IE: a step down could have been manufactured to allow mask clearance when looking through a sight/scope, a functional design could have been used instead of a copy of something already in existence that was based on having a raised sight and a buffer tube inside the stock, an actual bumper at the end of some sort would have been nice (thus it could have actually been a car stock), something could have been done to keep the stock from rotating on field.

the redeeming factor is, if you are going for the mil-sim stock look, you would be buying a raised sight rail anyways.
Conclusion: For the 98c, you really shouldn't be buying a stock that is placed in the end cap area of the marker. a universal stock that bolts into the bottomline holes would be perfect for a 98c, tactical or otherwise.

thus, the only reason anyone should buy this stock is for the mil-sim look of it.
Rating:
4 out of 10
 

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