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Lookatjonny Friday, June 21st, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
1 year
Products Used:
Stock Drop Forward on an Xtra
Phantom T-stock
Butt Plate (ugh...)
Marker Setup: Spyder Xtra with various things I don't feel like listing right now
Strengths: - VERY sweet looking
- Creates a much more stable shouldering of the gun, very comfortable
- Mine was inexpensive, $25 shipped on Ebay
- Comes with a tank adapter
- Fully depresses Pure Energy tank valves, unlike stock spyder adapters...
- Tough, still have yet to scratch the finish on mine, and I'm prone to falling down
Weaknesses: - 48ci tanks fit, but not comfortably
- With the stock added the Drop Forward part isn't as effective
- 20 oz CO2 tanks fit as well, but still not too comfortably
- Expensive when brand new
Conclusion: I like it, it gives you a nice steady arm and looks rather nice if I do say so myself. I'd recommend this if you mostly use 14 oz tanks or smaller, anything bigger isn't as comfortable as I'd like, also, don't get this if you want to move your tank really far down and forward, cuz it doesn't move it that far.
I'm impressed with Lapco, I think they're a great company.
8 out of 10

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