A-5 , Flatline Barrel, Double Trigger, E Grip, kapp drop forward black, replacement front grip
Looks, It looks great, adds some stability.
Expensive, Adds weight to an already heavy gun.
I bought this thing hoping it would help my ability to snipe out targets and add stability to my shot. Turns out it didnt do much. Was uncomforatble and big when crouching behind a bunker. it forced me to shove my barrel up another guys butt just because i couldnt find a way to keep the gun out of the way. The springs inside the gun can pop right out which confused me as other parts fell out. Like dominoes, one part goes missing in this gun, many other parts fall out as well.
Well as for strengths, it added a great new look to my gun. But added weight to my already heavy gun. But I must confess it did help my line of fire.
Hmmm... If you are going to play a lot of open woodsball in big fields, Go for it. But for all you speedball players, stay far away from this thing. I liked it in the woods, but my fields woods were just to dang small. Which in turn forced us to be partnered up in bunkers.
The gun itself is very light and the stock does not add that much weight, I own the gun and the stock with a 20" SP tactical barrel and without paint, the gun is still front heavy (i go remote). Furhtermore, you said that it helped your line of fire... well DUH! Its supposed to do that. Everyone is complaining that its long or that its hard to aim down the sights well guess what i can solve both of those problems:
1) If its long collapse it or is its still to long... DONT BUY IT
2) if you cant aim down your sights, play piantball without a mask or for those of you who want to keep you eyes... buy an offset sightrail. For 45$ you can mount a ton of cool things to your gun, keep you stock and use the sights that you mounted
Last edited on Sunday, July 23rd, 2006 at 12:07 pm PST