I have this DF on my Micromag, and it really adds to the compact feel the gun already puts out. This puts my 68/3K nice and forward.
I even added a little mofication. I drilled another hole in line by the other 2 mountig holes, this way, it allows me to move the tank an aditional inch or so back, and I can easily move it forward again with no probs. With this mod, this has the simplicity, and slight adjustabilty to make this a DF for every player.
I play mostly front, and this DF really helps you tuck in tight. For 20 bux, how can you go wrong?
I bought this drop froward from BBT paintball ($19.99) The good thing about this drop forward is that it is really light! On the end where it connects to the trigger frame, there are the 2 hole straight pattern, and the 2 hole off set pattern for kingman guns. Not an expensive drop forward
Other end of the drop forward where your CA adapter connects to, has 2 hole straight pattern. for those of you who have spyders, you'll have to buy a new duckbill (CA adapter)
It only costs $19.99 so that is a good deal You don't have to pay a arm and a leg for a good drop forward. I highly recomend this to anyone looking for a good drop forward. Especially if you love to play tight. because this will mount your Co2 right under your gun for a nice clean fit.
this drop froward is about 7" forward, and about 2 1/4" down.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:33 am PST
ACI F4 Illustrator TP, 16" Smart Parts All American Barrel, Palmer Stabilizer, ACI Venturi Bolt, P/L Drop Forward, VL 200, 9oz CO2 tank
This drop is very light. It looks nice and is really tough. It also moves your tank almost directly under your marker. At least my 9oz fits right under.
I can really get into a tight position with the marker now. I'll have to get a shorter barrel though to make it really compact.
The only thing wrong with this is that it did not come with any screws. I had a hard time finding two 10/32 cap head screws but that's it.
I think this is a really nice drop forward. It's only $20 and looks nice. Watch out if you have a vertical regulator that is adjusted from the bottom, like the palmer on I have. I had to make a custom alan wrench to fit in the small gap between the drop and the bottom of the reg.
Still not a problem just thought I'd mention it.