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Gives a stable aiming setup for sniping and long range covering fire. Looks cool.
Some what loose, rattles a little, kinda expensive for a piece of plastic.
The first thing you will notice about this stock is that its a little loose. Not on the part that connect to the gun, but the actual sliding stock is loose. It doesn't affect my game since I don't hit people with the stock. Other than that, its personal preference on whether the marker setup should be completely solid or not. It does get in the way with the mask if you quickly draw up your gun.
Theres good things as well. It can be lengthened for long range proned fire or shortened for around the corner bum rush. As anyone whos a woodsball player knows, a stable firing gun is much better than one thats not. It lets you to put a sight to the left of the gun and negates the stock-mask problem since you are not looking down the barrel but to the left of it. Ofcourse most people who get markers and buy accessories like a stock and handguard want an effect on and off the field. This stock is just cool looking, getting everything together and people will pay you just to touch it.
If you want the whole package making the gun look realistic enough to rob a 7-11, then this stock will work fine. If you are a back player who likes to spray and pray accurately(that didn't make sense...never mind) or sniping, this stock is an improvement over guns without it.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, July 15th, 2004 at 6:47 pm PST