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gungod007 Saturday, November 23rd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
2 years
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 Custom with stock, 9 in CP barrel, sight, and more stuff to come
Strengths: The stock helps so much in any situation. even in speed ball when its collapsed,(which it really should be) it still helps out. (depending how you use it.) It helps to steady your shot, whichever position you want to use. If your a sniper it helps like anything. I play sniper sometimes, as well as other positions. I don't care what "experts" say. Some people just don't like it, but its what ever works for you, and the stock sure does work for me. Some say it swivels, but that's never happened to me. Maybe they just didn't tighten the "catch" or whatever that circular piece is called.
Weaknesses: So far there is no bad. I've had it for about a year now, and it's still helping me steady my shot.
Conclusion: Whatever you want. I suggest that if you want a more steady shot, especially if you want to snipe, this is a good product. You can find it for cheap in some places. I got mine from Eastcoast paintball for $68. (they beat the prices of another store)
10 out of 10

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