Smart Parts Universal Drop, Custom Products Flame Drop
2k3 vf autococker, orracle tickler, orracle 3-way, sto ram, tsunami drop, empire reloader, evil pipe barrel system
This drop looks sweet. Great addition to any gun.
But, the on/off squeeks like no other, and i had to play around with it at first to get it to unscrew. And where the adjustable chrome part is connected to the body, it's pretty flimsy. After a day of play with my nitro tank on it, i noticed that it had bent down a little, and the tank was angled upwards a little. Nothing big at the moment, cuz u can just pull it back up into place, but after doing this enough, it will become weak, and can break.
the on/off sucks nuts...it won't unscrew...i've even oiled the threads to try and get it to go, but it wont unscrew when my gun is gassed up
It is a great drop, does what it is suposed to do, and nicely. But it might not be the best thing to own in the long run. 6 because of the shatty on/off and flimsy metal
6 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 9th, 2004 at 1:26 pm PST
Some kind of clamping feedneck
Evil pipe kit
Virtue EZ-on button
Yellow body kit
On/Off works good
Way too many screws
Screws getting loose
This drop is a rather large drop, and that is what attracted me to it. I was previously using the stock Ion beaver tail, which even with a small tank, made me feel like I was holding a rifle. I picked this up, and when I got it I was surprised how big it was. I have a 48/3000 tank for the time being, and that didn't help at all. I've used a 68/4500 on it, and it was almost perfect for me. Once I upgrade to a 68ci I think it will be fine.
Well, this is where I had my main problem. There is screws everywhere! I count 8 screws (not counting the set screws) in total, which is ridiculous. If ONE screw gets slightly loose, the whole thing shakes. The biggest problem I had was the 4 screws that adjusted the length, they would always come loose in the middle of a game and my tank would flow everywhere. I came home and put teflon tape over those 4 screws as well as 2 others and my set screws and it seems to be working ok.
35$ I think? It was a while back, I forget. Decent price as I remember.
This drop is good if you have a larger tank, but it still works ok with a small one. If you buy this drop be sure to teflon tape the hell out of it, because it comes loose easily.
System X, CP, many dove tail setups and a bunch of others...
Automag: Black ULE main body, Custom milled rail, X-valve, Intelliframe,Old school VL foregrip, Pure energy 68/3000 tank and Halo-b hopper
Looks great!!! Can be adjusted forward 3/4" Great price...
Adjustable slide looks week. Alot of screws to tighten
The quality is great. Remember to tighten all of the screws before you put it on your gun. Some may be lose like mine were. Also you should add a couple drops of gun lube into the on/off so you don't have any problems with it getting stuck. Over all i think its one of the best drops i've bought. Hell i liked it so much i got one ordered for my back-up gun(Automag RT PRO)The price was good if not better then most. I got the whole thing for less than you pay for certain name brand drops without the on/off.
If your not sure i would tell you to get it!!!! I haven't had any problems with it. it's light weight. Looks good on your gun. And doesn't cost you an arm an a leg to buy one.
on/off very sleak awsome great for allpurpose or tournoment
maybe to cool
We use these with nitro and c02 and both work great. it has easy on/off capabilty also built in bleader so if you want to shut your gas scource off you dont have to worry about extra gas build up in your gun. Another great feasture is adjustablity. We play tight so we put them all the way in but a few of us like to have them all the way out for use liek a stock it is a great Drop forward
Buy it. it is the best drop forward on the market dont waste your time with cheap dropforwards this one is the best