Strong lightweight material.
Not bulky like a SAW stock.
Mine was hard to get into the marker.
This is pretty much the perfect stock for someone who is looking for tactical looks, comfort, and a low price. Most stocks out there are fifty+ dollars. This was thirty. It's made of a stong material, and is decently think, so it wont snap. Also the bend in the butt piece is not just for comfort, but it also adds support for pressure. I've used it a few times after I've gotten in about a month ago. It holds the marker steady for good aim on those difficult shots. Also it came with that new plastic smell, that's always good. The only problem is that it isn't made by Tippmann, so it's not formed PERFECTLY for the gun, but at least it fits in.
Great stock, good looks, well made, should last a long time.
Tippmann A-5 MP5 setup
Special Ops Paintball MP5 air-thru mag
Special Ops Paintball MP5-SD shorty shroud
Opsgear FOT rail mount and FOT sight
Lapco 12 inch Big Shot barrel
Fits very tight
Got this stock after I decided to mod my A-5 to an MP5 setup. Bought it online from OpsGear for around $30 at that time. Didn't expect much from it as far as performance and durability. The stock fits very tight so I had to lubricate it a bit with marker oil. I also had to use a rubber hammer and gently tap it in. But once it's inside, it will stay on the gun. Won't come loose overtime either. It will hold up to most of the punishments in the fields. On some occasions I dropped my marker expecting that I'd bend the stock in some way but it's still in one piece. It's been over a year now and the stock is still holding up. The core is made from metal and coated with durable plastic. It fits me perfectly...not too long...not too short.
If you're an MP5 fan then this won't disappoint. Gives your marker a great look and durable too.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, November 25th, 2007 at 10:21 pm PST