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joe body Friday, March 28th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
More than 5 years
Products Used:
The stock beaver tail. Well im a front player and the wgp got in my way and the kapp is perfect and compact doesnt get in my way.
Marker Setup: 02' cocker, all american 12" barrel, kapp f/x beaver and twisted cocking rod, ricochet 2k and a whole lot more upgrades
Strengths: Well, its very compact doesnt get in the way and great for a front player.
Weaknesses: There really arnt any you need long allen wrench for ajusting volacity.
Review: This is a great upgrade if your a front player and dont like the bulkiness of the stock. Its not really an expensive beaver tail I think i spent $20 I would suggest getting this to any one because you'll be close to your gun and it doesnt get in the way at all everyone on my team is getting this beaver tail because i was the genny pig and told them it was great so now the all have considered it. Like i said the only bad thing is you'll need a long allen wrench to ajust volacity.
Conclusion: Just spend the $20 and get it, you might not think its much of an upgrade but i felt a difference and recommend it 100%.
10 out of 10

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