Play tight with the SystemX X-10 Drop Forward with On/Off Valve. Screw any CO2 or threaded Nitrogen (N2) tank into the X-10 Drop Forward With On/Off Valve and shorten the overall length of your gun. This will decrease overall size of your gun so less people can hit it! There are four vibrant colors to choose from so you are sure to find something that matches your gun.
The System X Drop Forward With On/Off Valve is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
AIM Crow Body-Black
14 inch Dye Xcel Barrel-Black
Shocktech Rat Valve, Heavy Hammer, Depot Springs, Shocktech Delrin Bot
Palmer Micro Rock Regulator, WGP STO Ram, ANS 3-Way
WGP Hinge Trigger w/ Dye Sticky 3
System X X-10 Drop Forward w/ On/Off
Pure Energy Adjustment Chrome Regulator
EVERYTHING, Leaks like crazy, unreliable
Fine first day then started leaking everywhere, leaked from on/off valve. leaked from gauge opening, do NOT buy this drop forward, i changed to a dead on painball bullet frop forward and it iis AMAZING, no leaks when i plug in my air or take it out and once my friends on off valve on his bullet drop popeed off, he sent it to dead on they sent him back one the next day FREE overnight shipping. GET THE DEAD ON PAINTBALL BULLET DROP FORWARD
Spyder Imagine, system x x-10 drop, dye gauge, j and j ceramic, trinity clamping feedneck , regex expansion chamber/regulator,
Very solid construction. The asa adapter goes into the drop with a wedge shape. Then it's held there with 2 set screws. This means it will not work itself loose. Other drops do that, it can be remedied with locktite but i like it to be solid without that. Mine has a nice chrome finish. Hard to scratch. Works absolutley awsome. I have a 20oz co2 tank i'm using and a 1500psi gauge on the side of this drop measure the output pressure.
Could not ask for a better drop. Bought it for $40 at my local paintball shop.
It drops well, it puts the tank in a good comfortable possition.
On/Off doesn't work well.
The only way the on/off works is by completly using all of your air, or co2.(all of it).
If you decide to take off the tank before it is empty, and you begin to unscrew it, the on/off pin would actually stay on the tank which means you have to unsrcew the tank itself instead of the on/off knob. Otherwise, getting over the fact that the on/off doesnt work its good. ha....ha ha..ha.
I wouldn't suggest getting it, because its pretty cheap.
taso drop- dont think they make nemore
spyder stock drops- ya its a spyder
bullet drop- way longer
blue stock 2k3 cocker
blue kaner set
blue bullet drop
blue dye tank cover
on/off does what its ment to do its a drop not much to say
on/off slipery if u get paint on so if everything else
the drop is so comfortible with my bros 45/45 tank it is also comfortible with my 68/30
onoff works sometimes gets tight
also I lost a screw not their fault it was mine and the drop wiggles just put some suff in that and its good to go
its a drop not much to say bout it worth for me also it looks good it gets a 9 the the on off gets stuck sometimes
Well this is basically the exact same thing as System X's other cradle (X-10), except that it's smaller, and drops about 2 inches. Similar to the Shocktech line of drops. The stock on/off's usually aren't the best, but they do the job, athough I still prefer my 32deg on/off asa over the stock System X on/off asa.
Nice, decent drop, and good for the price. If you can't afford any better, get this.
2k2 Blue Vert Cocker, System X D/Fw/ On/Off, Xtreme Rage Grips, PMI 68/4500, Stainless Steel 14' Freak. Shocktech Supafly Bolt, ANS front block kit, Eclipse Blade Trigger, Rev w/ X-Board and Vortex
I like this drop forward because it doesn't drop the tank down alot which is really good and If you like it more forward you can adjust the bottomline and slide it forward or backwards. They are also very light. I havn't really had any problems with it.
I've only had a couple problems. The rail only only came with one screw and you constantly have to tighten it because it starts to wobble a bit. But as long as you have allen keys it's no big deal. The other thing is that when you have a fill nipple on your tank you have to take it off in order to screw the tank on. Not really a problem more anooying. I don't really use the on/off I don't need it.
I love this Drop Forward. It was cheap. Buying a bottomline kit and a drop forward would cost me alot more extra $$$. I saved money on this thing and I love it. It's so tight. My friend just got an IR3 he tried my cocker with this baby and he loved it hes buying his System X today.
2001 Vert Autococker with All American, bomb 3-way, eclipse trigger frame, STO ram, system x drop forward, kapp cocking rod and beaver tail, Palmer front regulator, v12 revvy, and a PMI 88/4500 nitrogen tank.
*tucks in pretty good
*ability to install guage, even though I wouldn't just having that option is neato
*With a nipple cap on the tank it wont unscrew
*hard to switch on when tank is in, but it's not to bad, and all screw on ones I would think would be like this so really it's not a bad thing, but just something to keep note.
For the price it's very good, or even agaisnt high dollar drop forwards it doesn't score to bad. All in all I would buy this drop forward again if I had to.
It leaked the first time I gassed up my gun... bad o-ring. Its really easy to take apart and change the o-ring though. Still...annoying. I called system x about the leaking and kind of got the run-around with them transferring me from person to person for about 10 minutes. They finally said they would either send some o-rings or another on/off valve.
2002 Vertical Feed WGP Autococker with Smart Parts Progressive Barrel, 47/3000 HPA tank.
On/off valve eases install/removal of air tank
Position of dropforward forces the hose that connects to the inline in an odd position
I bought this drop forward used with my gun. I have had no problems with it whatsoever. The on/off screw gave me no problems, as others have said.
Watch the hoses that connect from the drop forward to the inline. The drop forward puts it in an odd position where it's possible the hose could get kinked, because the dropforward and inline connectors are too close together.. If you aren't using the stock inline then you may not have this problem.