She may not win this year's crown for prom queen, but damn can she cook! Now the Dogleg buttstock with View-thru™ technology is available for the Tippmann 98c marker. It’s another great "Mod That Makes Sense."
The Dogleg stock is the first buttstock for a Tippmann 98c that allows your head and mask to drop completely behind the gun, giving you an unparalleled sightline down the marker, while still offering the stable support that a normal buttstock provides. Made out of one solid piece of machined aluminum, and black anodized to give it a long-lasting finish, the Dogleg is a practical, durable stock that will last a lifetime.
The Dogleg buttstock gets its name from the simple fact that the stock "doglegs" or "jogs" around the shooter's head and returns to rest securely on the shoulder. This View-thru™ technology provides you with an unequaled sightline down the marker, while still offering the stable support that a normal buttstock provides.
Left handed? No problem. Special Ops also offers a left handed verison of the Dogleg stock.
Adapter and screws
Length: 11 inches
Height: 6 inches
Bow Offset: 2.5 inches (measured from center)
Material: Machined and formed aluminum
Note, this product, is specific to the dominant hand of the shooter, so, be sure to buy the correct model, or this product will not work out well for you.
The Special Ops Paintball Dogleg Stock is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
-Ability to use sights.
-Air-Thru gets the tank out of your way.
-Can be a pain to put on marker.
First off, being able to use your sights is awesome. I use it with my red-dot when I need a one shot kill. If you're into blasting walls of paint towards people then this stock will give you the stability you're looking for in a stock. This thing is very strong and durable.
Having the Air-Thru ability is a helpful addition to anyones marker setup. It takes the weight off of your marker and throws it on your back, or wherever you may have it.
The look of this stock is very unique. It's not modeled after any real world stocks but among other Tippmann Model 98s this stock will make yours stick out.
This thing can be a pain to put on. The area that sits inside the marker was a little too big on mine. Just a LITTLE grinding was enough to get it fitting snug. If you have a flatline barrel then you will have to grind a tiny bit to it as well.
The price is a bit high for a stock but it's quality and usability are well worth it.
I highly recommend this stock to everyone. I believe the good points outweigh the bad. The price may turn players away from it but it is worth it for the performance you get out of it. The DogLeg can also be used by left handed players. Even after having to grind things I still love this stock.
If you buy this make sure you get a remote coil line as well. You'll need to switch some parts with the remote coil so that everything works perfectly.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, June 10th, 2007 at 8:09 am PST