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skorpion317 Friday, March 12th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 months
Similar
Products Used:
none, only bracing myself against the CO2 tank.
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98c
Flatline Barrel
Pro-Team Sniper F/X Stock
32 Degrees Remote Line
Response Trigger
Viewloader Revolution 12V Hopper
Strengths: Solid
Looks awesome
Helps steady gun during aiming
Weaknesses: Kinda gets in the way with a mask on
Not easy to install
Review: I bought this stock recently, and I love it. WIth my Flatline Barrel and this stock on, my gun looks like a semi-auto rifle. It's very sturdy, and doesn't rattle around. It looks VERY realistic; I'm afraid to bring my gun outside my house, because a cop might mistake it for a real gun. Any gun will get looks at the field with this stock. The stock is a big help in steadying the gun. It keeps the gun from wavering while you aim. Also, if you have the Response Trigger, like I do, the stock helps to brace yourself against if you hit the "full-auto" sweet spot on the R/T.

I had a little trouble installing this on the gun. The metal part that fits where the end cap used to be didn't fit correctly, and i ended up basically screwing it in. I was able to loosen the metal part, and got it to fit. It's a little tight with the Flatline's shroud too, but once it's on, it stays put. Also, it's a little hard to aim down the barrel with a mask on, but my Flatline has an adjustable rear sight.
Conclusion: If you need a sturdy, well-made stock; whether you're going for a certain "look" (scenario games) or you want something better than a butt plate to brace against, this is the choice.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Stiff_Kitten Sunday, August 8th, 2004 | 1:39 pm PST
Its freaking simple to install!!!! LOL
   

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