The Dropkick Adaptor attaches to the bottom of your marker and can attach to either a drop forward or directly to your bottle.
The unique slide locking system lets you move your bottle into one of three positions: off to the left side, off to the right side, or directly underneath.
The swinging ability of this bad boy rivals Austin Powers! Seriously, the Dropkick lets you move your bottle around to keep in tight, close to your body, keeping it comfortable and giving that roody-poo on the other team less of a target to shoot.
The Dropkick is perfect when you have to shoot left-handed or change shooting lanes from your bunker. Unlike other adaptors sort of similar from yester year, GF's design is easy to move from position to position, buts locks firmly into place.
The Warped Sportz Drop Kick Bottle Adapter is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Makes for a nice comfortable set up. Very tight profile when shooting out of bunkers
This is a very nice product and I jumped when I got the chance to test it out. Testing was done on a XMAG (stock) with a angel air 68/4500 tank. It takes some getting used to, and you tend to get some strange looks (hey I think your drop/rail is broken). But once you play a few games with it you will enjoy how much tighter your profile is when shooting out of bunkers. The ability to tuck your tank either left or right adds a great edge for any players concerned with their profile. After six hours of play it was almost an instinct to move the tank when leaning out of a bunker...I decided that I could never go back to my old rail set up after using this, it just wouldnt feel right. This is another fine product at Warped Sportz and a great innovation! The only real weekness is the price tag is a bit steep but it is worth it to any player who depends on keeping tight during games. The only other flaw I could see is if some of the parts come loose/break over time. However thus far it has gone far beyond my original expectations for this. Now if the price tag were a bit lower I would rate it higher...
If you need to keep a tight profile its a must have! However if you are not very serious about paintball this may be an item you should pass up. So basically if you look at the price tag and gasp, you should pass it up, however if you need to keep tight this is one of my top ten must have items of the 2k4 year. (rates around 25/150 on my all time must have list)