What a perfect match, the super tail. We have been crossbreeding animals for quite some times in our petry dishes. We have finally come up with something without four asses. The sterile hybrid offspring of a male beavertail and a snatch grip, characterized by double finger grooves and a sturdy tail, is a must have.
The Evil Beaversnatch Beavertail is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
this thing is small so I can play tighter but still now that my back block wont hit my face. my back block is kinda low so I had to put a spacer between the beaver tail and gun now it works, this thing was meant to be used with the evil cocking rod which is VERY small and works perfectly with this beavertail. I machined my beaversnatch so that its just onen big hole and not 3 holes, so I can use a regular cocking rod. Theres nothing really wrong with this product, its just that its made to be used with the evil cocking rod, like the evil impulse back plug was made for the evil bolt.
dont get it unless you have a evil cocking rod. if they made it fit all other cocking rods it get a 10
Blue 03 cocker, Orr-acle bolt, Kaner barrel system, NW 8" drop , compressed air, Dye grips ( blue, old style sticky)
Looks cool in person, bad photo! The tail can be used as a handle.
Might need Evil cocking rod, expensive for a non essential piece.
I bought the Evil beav tail before reading the reviews on this sight. Usually the reviews are right on so I was more than a little concerned! As it turns out I haven't had any trouble with my beav tail. It works well with my stock cocking rod as well as the Evil one I use now. It would seem that there are very small differences in the tolerances from cocker to cocker so I would recommend bringing yours to the store to see if it works with your particular marker.
All in all the Evil Beaver tail is a cool addition to your marker, although in my opinion, purely a cosmetic one.
If you are looking for a cool cosmetic change to your cocker I would recommend the Evil beaver tail. At 29.00 on average it can get pricey, but if you've got it, go for it!
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, July 3rd, 2003 at 1:32 am PST