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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 6.0 / 10
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Custom milled for great looks while dropping excess weight
Features dual Ball-Loc system to firmly secure your on/off or dovetail mount ASA. Weighs only 20gr.
Comes complete with screws, ready to install.
Product Availability 
The New Designz Ball Rail is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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Paintballer338 Wednesday, June 15th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
nothing, nothing compaires to the crappieness of this product
Marker Setup: red/black alias, 14" stiffi, 68/45 Pure Energy LP,halo b w/ rip drive, Evo II, and NDZ on/off, cp rail
Strengths: Light weight.
Weaknesses: Lossens with even semi rought play, the little allen screw strips out very easy.
Review: don't buy it get a cp rail instead. what is there more to say about a peice of crap. I had to hold the ASA to the rail with zip ties until my CP rail came. bad design job by NDZ. the only up about it is the light weight. it's really an SOB to try to get a stripped allen screw out, luckly the rail wasn't on my gun when it stripped out.
Conclusion: Don't buy.
Rating:
2 out of 10
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drakonus Friday, October 29th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Not much. At least not a rail drop.
Marker Setup: 2003 Dye Matrix LCD, CP Reg, CP LPR, CP volumnizers, CP Twist-feed neck, Psychoballistics drop forward, ACI BULLDOG 68/4500, Dye Rhino cover, Dye Boomstick 18.25 inches!, Empire Reloader B. 2004 Evil Pimp, PMI 68/3000, Dye Ultralight
Strengths: Short, get's the bottle REAL close to your body.
Weaknesses: Doesn't FIT the other stuff.
Review: I got this with the New Design On-Off. Now, I gotta say the rail was really nice. I got my Matrix up to the ready a little faster it helped me tuck my fat ass elbows in a little better. If you are used to the older drop forwards and stuff like that, it might take some time getting used to. It took me a while, but it soon feels REALLY good, as if you should of had it there in the furst place.

Now, I play as a back player and running and diving for the snake ain't my thing, but the few times I did the rail got my profile smaller and lower to the ground. The rail also helped me in my run-throughs when I needed it. It kept the Matrix in line with my body more.

If you get this, DO NOT GET THE New Design On-Off. It is a pain to get set and all and it leaks from every single creavace. Go with a CP On-Off.
Conclusion: Rock on. If you rock it tight, get this.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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