KAPP drop zone II
Shocktech long drop
shocktech medium drop
Custom Products flame cradle
Custom Products lightning drop
smart parts drop that comes with the max-flo 88 systems
stock drop on an Angel AIR
stock drop on an AGD flatline
I will now proceed to list what has to be the most compact gun you can posibly get, or at least one of them.
Eclipse Bushmaster 2000 LCD
electric skies splash anodizing
matching ten inch dye boomstick
blue cp ten inch one piece clasic barrel
adrenalin low-rise feed tube
air america messiah regulator
kapp dove tail drop zone
armegeddon 45/45 nitrogen system
ricochet 2k loader
warp feed (sometimes used)
It doesn't get much smaller than that, front players dream
This drop is a great upgrade to any gun. Keep in mind, this drop forward is for nitrogen systems that have the armegeddon slide rail. If you use CO2, or screw in HPA, you need the KAPP drop zone 2 cradle. The one with the ring on the bottom. You also need an ASA adapter.
It can make your gun really tall.
Your gun can get pretty tall, because it drops the tank down and forward. This doesn't matter on most guns, it should be considered on abnomally tall guns: Shocker, Impulse, Bushmaster. It doesn't really make a difference, at least I don't think so, I think it makes it alot more comfortable.
I would recomend this to any gun, where the user wants it to be more compact. Expensive? yes, for a drop forward, but worth it. This and a shorter barrel will do wonders for your gun.
***If you are getting this for a spyder, you need an adapter, to make it fit on the spyder's offset hole pattern.***
I just thought I'd warn you newbies.
Tippmann 98 Custom
Full Boar Rear cocker
KAPP Dovetail dropzone
KAPP K2 Dropzone on/off adapter, chrome
Air America Me'Lee 68ci. 3000psi.
Lapco Bigshot, Aluminum
Drops it waaayyy forward
Close fit with my 68ci tank
Limited color choice
I can see where people would have problems with tankes larger than 68ci. As it is, I can't unscrew my tank without detatching the ASA from the drop because the gauges hit. I like the tight fit with my KAPP ASA. It doesn't work itsself loose like some of the others I've seen. The tank is held in place with a small set screw which requires an allen wrench to loosen. I hated this and replaced the set screw with a larger thumb screw. Now I can easily remove my tank. Overall, it's simple, lightweight, and extremely effective
This thing works like a DREAM. Drops the tank EXACTLY where I wanted it. There was more than enough clearance in every possible place for both my gas through foregrip, and also for my tank. This is the best drop forward I've ever owned.
Absolutely Nothing. Well, maybe the price, one of these babies will run you about $60... but it's worth every penny.
This is the BEST drop forward I've ever owned. I would definatly recommend this drop forward to ANYBODY that has a dove-tail mouting tank. It drops your tank EXACTLY where you want it, in my opinion, and offers plenty of clearance without ugly gaps. Get one.
Umm...drops the tank IMO right to where I want it.
Great for those that need a dove tail mount.
The screw that holds the tank on tends to loosen over a few games.
In my situation, this DF is great. My tank (Conquest) won't take the DZII, b/c the neck isn't big enough. It drops the tank the same distance as the DZII. Might not look as cool as the DZII, but it works.