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gimpy123 Tuesday, July 23rd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
CO2 tank with a butt plate stuck on it
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98, 14 inch barrel, collapsable stock
Strengths: First off, it looks sweet. There's something cool about turning a corner with your gun tucked up in your pit. Not just looks though, offers alot of stability. You can swing your gun up or side to side very quickly. I think it's better than the Co2 and buttplate because it comes out the back level with the barrel as opposed to the bottom of the handle. That way you're not holding your gun way up in the air.
Weaknesses: There's a benifit to holding your gun up though: you can use the sights. I tried out my stock without my mask, worked fine, it was great. Put a mask on and I couldn't get my head down far enough to use the sight; mask would hit the stock.
Conclusion: Only downside is the deminished accuracy due to not being able to use the sights. Then again, if you're going for accuracy, get a flatline with a scope like I am. The raised shroud and scope should be high enough to use. If you're not going for accuracy, well, what are you complaining about then?
9 out of 10

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