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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 9.3 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $115

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Convert your favorite "tourney gun" to a stable shooting woodsball machine with the Tourney-to-Woodsball (T2W) Adaptor with Longbow Buttstock. This verstile adaptor is making a big impact in the paintball world. Designed to accomodate just about any paintball gun out there, the T2W makes woodsball friendly for speedball-specific paintball markers by providing a solid buttstock - also available with air-thru stock.

The T2W attaches to the bottom trigger grip of your marker and the aluminum bracket extends to the Longbow stock. This is one sweet setup!

The T2W provides four custom configurations and can be setup for left and right handed players. The bracket can be extended to the "low and long" position or remain in the "high and tight" position-as shipped.

Get the most out of your marker with the innovative Special Ops T2W adaptor and Longbow stock.
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The Special Ops Paintball T2W Stock is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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Mitchel01 Tuesday, September 4th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month7 of 9 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: 06 Eclipse Ego
red parts
T2W stock
Veloctiy Jr. (w/gangster board)
Dye Ultralite 14" Barrel
Virtue Board
Strengths: Sturdy
Low Weight
2 shooting setups
Easy to install
Great Qualitiy of Materials
Weaknesses: None (maby price but it's worth it when you get it)
Review: I got my stock today and the first thing I noticed was that it was packaged in a nice bo with good packing material. This shows that Spec Ops cares about the transportation of the stock. Anyway, the stock is super light weight. It's made of aluminum and some plastic. The quality is excellent in the choice of materials used to keep the stock strong yet light weight.

The stock is installed with 2 screws included with the stock. They're 3/4 of inch long so they are a good length to keep the stock from going anywhere. I had to modify my ego 6 by cutting off the rail on it with a dremel because the screws we're not long enough but that was because of my gun's rail. After I sanded it down some, I could install my stock with ease. I lock-tited all the screws so they won't come out mid game (recommended). I have the air through version so they include fittings (already installed on the stock) and about 1-2 feet of macro line. They include awesome macro line. It's the flexible and soft stuff that is easy to bend or cut so you can put the macro line where ever you want. The stock can be configured to long and low or high and tight. The high and tight is more for close combat like wise with long and low is for far combat.

I was hesitant at first because the stock was $130 plus shipping but when you can use this stock on any gun and the quality of it, you will love it almost as much as your gun.

If you want the best stock that is universal with most guns then I would suggest this gun to anyone and everyone!!!!

Conclusion: I would buy the stock if you have the money or want something that is the best of the best. Why??? Because the quality is excellent and the stock does the job perfectly no matter what gun you use with it!
10 out of 10
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BlackMajyk Sunday, January 21st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
None other than collapsable stocks for A-5
Marker Setup: 05 Black Magic-RVlution Hopper, PMI 88/4500, CP Flame Drop and Full Freak
Special Ops A-5 Double Trouble-Twin Flatlines
Ops Gear M82A1-Q Loader System and Red Dot Scope
WGP VF Tactical-Q Loader and 68/4500 with T2W air-thru stock
WGP Japanese Camo Karnivor-Vlocity loader and PMI 48/3000 Nitro
Strengths: Adjustability
Tactical feel for Speedball Markers
Weaknesses: None at this time-a little on the pricey side
Review: Currently I use this stock with both a WGP Karnivor and a Vf-Tactical. The stcok has two adjustment styles, "high and tight" and "low and long". I have found the low and long adjustment perfect for my markers for comfort and mask clearance. The ait-thru design is great due to the fact that you are able to move the tank off the gun for those long scenario games. I currently use a 88/4500 N2 tank and its a relief to have the weight off the marker.
Conclusion: Eventhough the price tag is a bit high, I still rate this stock a 9.5 for design, quality, comfort and air-thru compatability. A definite mus have for scenario play.
9 out of 10
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ghillie monster Saturday, August 28th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
4 years
Products Used:
For speedball-to-tactical conversion: nothing
Otherwise, many styles of fixed Tippman stocks
Marker Setup: Trilogy Tactical Autococker SF,
Trinity clamping feed neck,
Evo III,
Specops T2W air-thru stock w/ Specops macroline and fittings,
remote line
Strengths: Ergonomics
Weaknesses: Price
Review: My first impressions of this stock were highly conflicted. Not only did Specops send this stock late, lose it, find it again, and then finally deliver 4 weeks later than they should've, what they sent me was incomplete: no macro-line, no second 90* fitting for my marker (Trilogies come stock with steel braided lines). I called, got those parts two weeks later, was a little peeved with them, but the stock itself made up for that.

Once I was ready to rock, I was blown away by this stock. Construction was sturdy, it felt good once installed, made the marker remarkably lighter without the bottle, and looked great! I bought it for my cocker, but there's no reason I couldn't put it on any other marker. Literally, its the last stock you'll ever have to buy.

Really only two things rain on this parade: its way over priced for giving you a wire stock and a bracket to mount it, and due to the way it mounts, it can be difficult to shoot this ambidextrously (not really an issue through). Noxx55 makes a similar stock that is cheaper, but is virtually identical.

I've had a few opportunities to play with this new set up since I got it. It worked great for woodsball (no real surprise there), and performed surprisingly well in close quarters combat. I had no difficulty navigating through the narrowest indoor course I've ever played with the stock in the "high/tight" position. In fact, it felt more natural and more in control than with a bottle. Totally worth it.
Conclusion: This stock is worth the money! The best upgrade I've bought. It stablizes your playing, makes you feel like kicking a door down or rappelling from a helicopter, and can be used throughout your paintball career even after you've moved on to a new marker. No complaints so far from this user. I give it a 9 (would've been a 10 if Specops had had there stuff together).
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, August 29th, 2010 at 8:26 pm PST
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