-micromaxflo reg with on/off
-Russian legion intimidator
-68 ci 4500 psi crossfire n2 tank
-Dye Ultralite back with Stiffi front
-z-boarded evolution 2
-Drop is pretty solid
-On/off knob is hard to grip sometimes
This is a great drop as system x has taken the weight of drop itself off but made the asa solid as a rock. works great, does not starve my gun at all and i could never break the asa. i suppose if purposely tryed to break the drop i could but it would be extremely hard to and i dont even know if my full weight on it could and im 220 pounds. other people have said it comes loose after a few slides well just put some locktite on your screws and your fine, every drop or rail comes loose after a while so i like to put locktite on them anyways.
Buy this if you like drop forwards. works good and have a lighter drop yet solid asa.
Well this is basically the exact same thing as System X's other cradle, except that it's about 5 inches long, and drops about 2 inches. Similar to the Shocktech long drop. The stock on/off's usually aren't the best, but they do the job, athough I still prefer my 32deg on/off asa over the stock System X on/off asa.
Pretty nice drop at a good price, if you can't afford the best, this is definitely something to get.
Does the job but really not strong enough. Mine last for 3 months and BANG, broke in my hands. Also, no bolts come with it. The bolt who retain the ASA are no good. After a couple of slide, the asa start to be loose and begin moving. High cost, low quality.
I would not recommand this drop cause it's too weak and too expensive
system x base
dye hinge frame
kapp 15* asa
system x drop
palmer fatty reg
This drop keeps my gun perfectly balanced when im holding it by the frame, while still not making it too tall. iv heard people bashing system x cuz they dont make quality products, but iv never had any problems with them. It has holes to fit both standard and spyder frames. go buy it.
BSI Ebolt, LP Valve, DOP Powertube & Bolt, Flatline, Lapco Bigshot, just about every home mod available
Stylish, inexpensive, on/off included, rail
not for Spyders?
Well, this "X-10 Long" dropforward (or "kradle") is the same in appearance and function as the smaller one. I personally love the looks and good finish, and find the ASA to be fine. I also like that it has a dovetail mount for tanks, and several screw holes for attaching to the frame. Other than that, it's a basic drop long with a rail, not much else to say.
I like it because it moves far forward without dropping the tank down too far or angling it down.