New release from Trinity/Bad Habitz. This stock is sure to get your Spyder noticed. Stock is may of steel and measures approx 8" in length. Has a rear velocity adjust with thumb screw similar to standard spyder setup.
The Trinity Paintball Spyder Military Stock is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
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Quality, sturdy materials
Wobbles on all Spyders
RVA trivial SCREWS FALL OUT
I purchased this item from the Rap4 site and was happy with their service. The stock was aesthetically pleasing, had a definite heft to it (felt more substantial than the original stock on the MR1), definitely looked good, and was functional.
That's the good.
The bad is that half way through a 12 hour scenario game, the retaining screws on the RVA assembly (the part that mates to the gun and holds the stock tubes together) wiggled free and cause my marker to drop. Worse, this happened in the middle of an intense battle and afterwards I was unable to find the stock or the screws.
Also, while it wasn't that much of an issue when I put it together, I found that the marker and the stock don't mate together well. There was significant wobble with the stock which, in retrospect, probably contributed to the screws working free. If I had it to do over again, I'd definitely put some loc-tite on those screws before going out.
This product would have worked very well for my purposes (both form and function) had it not fallen apart while performing the duties it was intended to perform. The manufacturer should address the wobble issue, as well as perhaps securing the retaining screws a bit.
I'm giving it a 3 because I liked it for the short time it actually worked. Otherwise, I'd be giving this product a 1.
This it the best stock i have used ther are firm and are really good looking i prefer this over the stock because they don't fall of if you drop the gun but just be sure to read the manual before you get it of you might pun in the wrong screws or decide to drill holes
i would get this product it is one of the best stocks I've used
I dunno if Im doing something wrong but when i put on this stock it lowers my volicity to about 150. Looking for a email address for trinity so i can get some help :( Its a good looking stock it just need to come with instructions because its not as simple as it looks.