Our latest addition for the Tippmann A-5! The all new A-5 SAW f/x Tactical Stock is now available . With a dished out contour to offer more room for sighting with goggles, and flip up butt pad extension for added stability, this is the hottest stock in paintball, ever! *Please note that the standard A-5 bottom line configuration will allow clearance for tanks up to the size of a 9 oz. CO2. Larger tanks require drop forward adpaters or can be run with our Intruder Assault System, or remote. Available in Tac Black or new OD Green.
The Pro-Team Products A-5 SAW f/x Tactical Stock is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
A-5, Saw Combat Stock, ACI 6 stage exp chamber, JJ 14" Ceramic, 34oz co2 via remote w/slide
Backup - Spyder Elite with 12" 3D barrel, ACI 6 stage exp chamber, 20oz co2
Sturdy, Strong, Well Made, Accurate, Looks Awesome
Hard to install (tight fit) cant fit a 20oz on without DF
All in all this is a great item. Perfect for those who want the look of a real gun / scenario. Really helps with accuracy, as it allows you to keep a firm hold on the marker, and sight properly. Need a raised sight to properly sight with goggles on.
It was hard to install, but is very sturdy because of that. It feels quite light, but is very strong. I've banged it around and have hardly managed to scratch it. As with any stock, it makes it a little harder to change hands. It easily makes up for that by increasing your accuracy. Allows you to keep the marker still while firing off as many shots as you need. Usually only a few if your marker is set up right.
Perfect for woodsball or scenario play.
UPDATE: I usually take the stock off for speedball, but decided against it once to see how/if it would hinder play. It did awesome. I was able to sit back a couple of feet from my bunker, and lean out and take some very accurate shots, many times needing only a couple of balls to take someone out. Because I could hold it steady and close, I was able to lean out just enough to get the shots off without sacrificing myself. I was still able to run, jump and crawl with it on. It gives the marker a very accurate "assault rifle" feel. I had such success that a friend with a A-5 put his stock back on for the next game (not a SAW stock though).
Weight = 1.0 pounds
Perfect for Woodsball or Scenario play. Very well made, sturdy and strong. Makes the A-5 look and feel more like a M4. Love it
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, February 14th, 2005 at 5:11 pm PST
I bought this stock off ebay. I installed it in about 5 minutes. Very easy to install other then you had to use a lot of force. I actually had to hit the butt against a blanket on the floor. The stock is very sturdy and light weight. I was completely amazed that the stock has absolutly no wobble at all.
I really liked the flip butt plate because it actually does make it easier to reload. The stock is very well designed. Great design.
I only wish you were able to look down the sights though. I had a tough time trying to do so. I think with my new mask I order (flex 7) it may be easier because it has the flexible lower half of mask which would make it easier to get your cheek closer to the stock.
I have a 48cu air tank so i had to get a big drop forward in order for this stock to work. (I have included a picture)
I will include a picture of my marker setup. Its the marker with the Canadian sticker on the tank.
This is the absolute best stock for the A5. It looks awesome and works well. The only problem is looking down the sights which was almost impossible with a mask. (flex 7 should work well though)
I recommend this product to anyone that is interested in getting a lot stability. Awesome product.
This is the best stock i have ever had or tried. I its nice and sturdy. it dosent shack or move around at all. It feels and looks great makes for shooting very nice. It realy makes the A-5 look realy good looking. Its better than any other stock for the A-5 out there. Plus i got it for cheap on Ebay.
Great stock best stock for the A-5. Great price on ebay or some other sites.
a5 special ops shorty front grip, ricochet hopper sling, lapco dual offset sight rail, more to come soon.
Made my gun very sturdy, but it took some caressing and manuevering.
Put some goun oil on it to help it on, and don't be afraid to slam it on your bed room floor, I wiegh 230 and I stood up and pressed down with all my wieght and it wouldn't go on, I was going to trim it but there is an oring that you must put on. Its a tight fit but it will go on. I also went to wal mart and bought me a set of 9.00 swizels for my sling since I could no longer hang it where I had in the past. I took the butt plate off and drilled a hole and used the self tapping screw to secure it. The other swivel I installed in my shorty grip. But if you do drill it whether for that or any other reason go slow and let the drill work itself, don't push too hard, also if its a big bolt drill a pilot hole first.
Tippmann A-5, SAW Stock, R-5 Hopper, Flatline barrel system, 14inch. Smart Parts All American Barrel, 48ci. 3000psi tank, 2 20oz co2 tanks, remote hose.
Light weight, looks awsome, fits good, improves accuracy/stability, puts less weight in your hands.
None but you would need a raised sight if you use sights.
I like this stock alot it is much better than the other stocks i have used although they were on a 98c but there isnt a diff between how they work it is much better than the other stocks i have tried and it looks really cool on the gun. Makes you be able to keep it where you need it pointed for longer, and just all out improves in play.
I would say if anyone wants a stock this is the one to get but you will need a DF or a remote if you are using a 20oz. tank.
Very tough and durable, folding butt plate excellent for loading or even further stabilizing.
Tough going, need raised sight rail. More bulky
After much study on the saw stock and the CAR stock I decided on the SAW stock because it's a solid design and not collapsable like the car stock. Less moving parts the better. The folding butt plate is great for loading on the fly because you can keep the gun on your shoulder, which allows in my opinion for a more sturdy platform for loading in woods ball.
On the flip side, The non collapsable stock makes the gun signifigantly longer, so it may not fit in your duffle bag any more. And with goggles on it does take some getting used to sighting down the sights.
If I could go back and buy something different I would.
if you want to by a raised sight rail then buy the stock. It looks cool but there are better stocks out there.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 21st, 2006 at 3:25 pm PST
Tippmann A-5, blade trigger, E-grip, 14" smart parts proggressive!
Very firm and sturdy, decently cheap.
It doesn't come up to your face when you have a mask on.
I bought a used A5 on eBay a couple weeks ago and it came with this saw stock. I used it a couple times and loved it without the mask on. Then when I put on a mask and started playing, I couldn't get it up to the side of my face due to my mask being in the way. This is a problem for me beccause that's how I aim. But other than that it was an absolute fabulous stock. Very firm and fits on your shoulder superbly.
Definitely giving this a 10 cause I only had problems with it cause I aim wierd! :P
Tippmann A5, e-grip WAS, Saw stock JCS trigger, Qloader, Werks and Qloader barrel, remote disconnect.
Great angle, better look down the sights, Great stability, verry solid, does NOT wobble.
I have none but some may not like a fixed stock
Once I first got my marker I couldn't wait to buy a stock since I hated the length and placement of where the tank is. The only plus to using the factory tank mount is you can use the sights. I've used two other adj stocks and I practically wasn't using them at all. I was placing them on top of my shoulder. These collapsible stocks still helped to quickly draw the gun. This saw stock is the BEST stock i've tried yet. Extremely comfortable and lightweight. Since I use a remote the tank connection was removed. Ah even less weight and getting rid of that unsightly braided hose is a plus also! Yeah this stock is a little tight the 1st couple a times but isn't that the way we want it? Maybe a type of drop foward would aid in tank placement if you chose to run your tank on the gun with this stock.
If you want/need a stock for your A5 and are running a remote , BUY IT!
Better mask clearance than most stocks.
Enough room to mount a Stabilizer inside.
This is a great stock. The fit is very tight. Don't be afraid to bang it on the floor to get it all the way into the marker. The pins are very hard to push in and almost impossible to remove without a light hammer. The plastic is very dense and just as strong and solid as the A5's plastic grip frame.
The angle made it point more naturally for me than the straight MP5 style stocks. I was able to convert it into an air-thru and It was also roomy enough to mount my Palmer Stabilizer inside.
While the stock is nicely modeled after the stock on the M249, the extra "bump" on the top and "hook" on the bottom get in the way when low crawling and just take up space. The stock still bumps into your mask but less than any other stock I've tried.
Makes A-5 heavier
Can't fit 20oz Tank
It leans down too much
This isn't the wrost stock that I have ever seen, but it by far not the best. When I first got I installed i right away. It was pretty hard to install. Another thing is, was that I wasn't able to fit my 20 oz. tank on. That really annoyed me because I had to go get a 12 oz. The last thing is, is that it is not very comfortable. It goes down way too much for my likeing.
I wouldn't reccomend this stock because if you do buy it and like it, you might have to go out and buy a new tank aswell. I would reccomend getting an MP5 stock. It is a bit more money, but it wroth it.