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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 5.5 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $140

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The 13CI HPA Carbine Stock is a complete standalone high pressure air system that allows you to make your marker completely mobile and do away with cumbersome remote line and tank. This is a 3-Position collapsible stock that utilizes a refillable 13CI HPA Cylinder which holds enough air for roughly ~120 shots and can be quickly refilled with high pressured air using any standard HPA refill station readily available from most paintball pro shops and fields. You can also use this stock with 3.5oz CO2 or any 5cm diameter air bottle.

MILSIGís air in stock has an especially unique design in which a userís comfort and ability to use optics on the marker is kept in mind. The offset tank mount keeps the stock and the tank low, thus allowing the user room to properly cheek wield the marker and maintain a proper and full sight picture when using optics on the marker while wearing a paintball mask.

The ability to properly use optics such as a red dot scope, or a rifle scope with magnification enhances the playing experience for the user; allowing him to spot a target further away, and to make a faster and more accurate shot. When every shot counts, MILSIG has got you covered.

We highly recommend using the 13CI HPA refillable system because it is the ideal setup for hardcore milsim paintball enthusiasts who value realism and complete mobility, say good-bye to your heavy external tanks and disconnect yourself from remote lines that only create unnecessary tension on your marker. This HPA setup is designed for also environmentally friendly because it is a refillable system and you no longer create garbage by throwing away disposable CO2 cartridges. MILSIG markers are designed to perform optimal with High Pressured Air (HPA) and it has proven to keep your marker cleaner while providing significantly improved consistency and reliability even under extreme temperatures.

This stock also includes high strength steel reinforcement brackets for a rock solid attachment. This stock is compatible with MILSIG K-Series and M-Series markers only.


* Completely mobile HPA System with no need for remote lines or external tanks
* Utilizes refillable 13CI 3000PSI HPA Cylinder w/ Regulator *Sold separately
* Approximately ~120 shots with a single fully filled 13CI 3000PSI HPA Cylinder
* 4-Position Collapsible Carbine Stock w/ High Strength Steel Reinforcement Brackets
* Compatible with all MILSIG K-Series and M-Series markers.
* Sling Mount Ring Attachment
Product Availability 
The MilSig Mobile Air Tank Stock is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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tarus Thursday, September 22nd, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
2 years7 of 9 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Strengths: Milisimish appearance
Weaknesses: Only 100 shots max, a far cry from 120
Review: First of all I'd just like to point out that connecting to a 2nd tank to the remote line to the fill nipple on the 1st tank in the mats is completely redundant, it might even be hazardous, I don't know how much oil it takes to have a tank explode on you but I wouldn't even risk putting a 2nd tank which could have oil on it. You might as well be running with a remote line attached to a larger tank instead, 100 shots just wasn't enough I lost track a few times and had no propellant in the middle of a firefight. Some people even go overboard and buy 2 13ci tanks and swap them out when running out of air, but thats just more incurred cost. Mine leaked all the time, repaired it, leaked again. Not as great as it sounds.
Conclusion: That being said 100 shots was the best I could get out of it and thats when it wasn't leaking.. This thing was just a gimmick and a poorly implemented one at that.
1 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, October 4th, 2011 at 5:17 pm PST
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Chouie Monday, April 5th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
1 year7 of 12 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: MILSIG K-Series
- MILSIG Marksman Barrel
- Python Compression Kit
- Mobile Air Tank Stock (M.A.T.S.)
- MILSIG Mock Silencer
- MILSIG Stealth Shroud (Discountinued)
- 6 x MILSIG Magazines
Strengths: - A real MILSIM appearance
- No real need for a remote line
- Freedom to move
Weaknesses: - Limiting air supply (~90-100 shots)
- Fixed stock
Review: The Mobile Air Tank Stock (MATS) is a really nice feature. MILSIG has also developed a version for the TIPPMANN A5 for those who want this on their tippy. The MATS really completes the overall realism of the marker. Running off of a 13CI 3000 PSI tank, I was only able to get ~90-100 shots (5-6 magazines) off that tank, some individuals have reported that they are able to reach 6-7magazines. Trust me, one extra magazine (18-19 more shots) makes a big difference. You can however connect your remote line to the fill nipple of the 13CI tank for addition air if you needed to. If you want to, you can thread in an ASA nipple instead of the tank to use a remote line and tank to solve the limiting air supply issue and so you can shoot around tight corners.

Conclusion: Overall, its a wonderful addition if you're aiming for a MILSIM appearance. It is however fairly limiting on air supply. The fix stock makes it somewhat difficult when you're shooting in tight corners. But still a wonderful product overall
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 at 3:18 pm PST
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