Tactical, Practical and Economical. The T6 adjustable stock… just like the ones used by military special operation forces.
Priced well below many lower quality alternatives, this T6 adjustable stock is virtually unbreakable. Manufactured from the same heavy-duty composite plastic used in military stocks, the tube is made specifically for paintball markers. You will never have to worry about rusting or screws coming loose.
Improve your shooting accuracy – the T6 adjustable stock quickly and easily adjusts to 6 different positions. This insures each individual gets a perfect fit, even when wearing protective gear.
The T6 adjustable stock is made in the USA by TAPCO and has a lifetime guarantee.
The Tapco A-5 T6 Adjustable Stock w/Tube is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
T6 Tactical Car Stock
Looks very cool
Can't aim with mask on
Breaks easily (see review)
This stock looks really cool on the A-5, but It doesn't really do anything. Some people complain that it is to small to fit into their gun, but you just need to loosen up the body of the marker before you put the stock in. Take out some screws, slide the stock in, and put the screws back in. Easy, BUT- I found out that the tip of the stock that goes into the gun is very brittle. The square and circle pieces break easily. And, of course, you can't aim through the sights if you have the stock on. The guy at the store said the "SAW stock" is small enough to aim with, so I would buy that.
A waste of $50. If you play scenario, I can see why you would want it, but for anyone else, I wouldn't recommend it.
Butt plates for CO2 tanks, and just using the CO2 tanks. There is no comparison
Tippmann A5, RT, T6 Stock, 14" Teardrop
Its adjustable, it definitely improves the look of the gun, and improved my accuracy
It has a slight wobble, but Ive never noticed the wobble on the field
I wanted a stock, and i didnt want to spend 60 bucks for a chunk of plastic. I found this on ebay for 30 bucks and i bought it. its been one of the better upgrades to my gun, it improved my accuaracy and it definitely adds to the look and the feel of the gun. The only problem Ive had with it is how tight of a fit it is. It took some effort to get it on, but now its quite simple to take on and off, two pins and pull it off. I quite enjoy and recomend it to anyone.
tippmann 98 custom response
tapco car stock
evlution 2 w/ y-bored
rocket cocker II
easy to install
Hard to clean
I first got a stock on my 98 custom i didnt think id like it too much but after i used it i saw that the stock took some of the weight off my hands and onto my sholder which was a good thing and i could keep my gun stable which everyone loves i like how easy it is to move forward or back because i can have it in and poll is out to shoot in half a second then push it back to so i can run cause it gets in the way if you have it out while running the worst thing there is about these stocks is the cleaning but thats easy to fix just get a q-tip and get in those little slot and corners
if you wanna buy a stock like this dont try and save money and go with a cheaper brand because my friend did and his button to move the stock fell of and tapco has a cool little lock bolt on there so thats not a problem
I love these stocks and most every woodsballer with a tippmann will so i recommend them to anyone who wants a stock
another m4 stock...it was crap
back end of the air tank
A LOT OF STUFF
6 Positions(bit extreme)
I will not waste your time talking bout the installing, if you want to know about that then read any of the other reviews. I just wanted to point out the one key weakness in this stock. The "prongs" (for lack of a better word) that connect the gun to the stock by push pins break off after a while because they are less than an inch think and are supporting the entire stock. If tapco had made the end cap part out of aluminum and the rest plastic this thing would get a 10...but it gets a 9 for the breaking after 2 years which is pretty good if you ask me.
It is worth it, but if you find a stock with a metal end cap buy it instead
Helps your accuracy.
Easy to install.
Very slight rattle.
Can't look down your sights with mask on.
Everyone has pretty much said it already. This stock is cheap, pretty strong, and significantly improves the looks of your gun. It does have a sligh "wobble" or "rattle," but it's so slight that I don't even notice it, and I'm certainly not bothered by it. Having the stock also helps you keep the gun steadier, which in turn makes you more accurate.
The big thing must know is that with the stock on, you cannot look down the sights of your gun with your mask on. Really. Believe me, and every other person on here. So if that's a big deal to you then you want to choose a different stock.
I like it. It's cheap and does the job. I want to try a stock that doesn't prohibit you from looking down your sights though.
I have a:
14" Smartparts progressive 2006 series
Tapco SAW Stock
Tapco T-6 Adjustable Stock
Crossfire 68/4000 hpa tank
32 degrees remote line w/ slide check
You can change the position, durability, stability.
The wobblyness of the stock on the tube.
I got this stock a while ago and was kinda stoked about putting it on my gun. I finally got home and tried to stick it on without loosening the screws that hold the gun together. After finally getting it through my skull that it wasn't gonna go on unless i loosened the screws, well, i did just that. i loosened them. It fit in pretty snug. After tightening up all of the screws again, the stock just wouldn't budge, which is a good thing. After that i took it out side and started shooting with it. Stocks are supposed to help with the first shot accuracy and it did. but it did take some getting used to. i was so used to my tippy after not having anything to counter-balance the hopper and barrel. it is still not fully balanced but it is at least a little better. the only little downfall is the slight wobble in the stock attatching to the tube, but that is no big deal because you hardly notice it when you are shooting.
I would recommend this as a beginning stock, but if you have the money then go for one of the higher up stocks like the SAW stock or an air-thru stock.
BT [A-5] Butt stock [A-5 mount broke].
Current: RAP4 tippmann A-5 flexi air system stock [just a bit raised higher from the marker instead of this reviewed stock and two inches longer in length compared to the tapco].
Tippmann A-5, BT-16 barrel kit, RAP4 40mm Rail, RAP4 removable magazine clip, RAP4 Rail Foregrip, Shocktech superfly bolt, Tippmann six position car stock, pure energy remote line, Brass Eagle 20 OZ tank [With ON/OFF], Tasco red dot, RAP4 Offset Hopper, RAP4 A-5 20mm Riser mount, TechT Vortex MOD, NCstar Laser & Flashlight Quick Release Set and a Camoflauge vest.
Spare A-5: Tippmann A-5, BT-16 Barrel Kit, Six position car stock, Tippmann E-grip, OPSgear M16 Mag clip, Proteam Tac Cap and ADCO Hot Shot.
Nothing of particular.
When I got this butt stock it was very reliable unlike the metal stock, especially since it holds on very well because the metal stocks' mount break. At first I thought it would be cheap plastic but instead it can take quite a beating and still function well. The only thing that's a prick is cleaning out paint from the 15 tiny holes [each side left/right with a total of 30 holes] ANY paint splats onto. Other than that it's a neat asthetic for the A-5.
I'd recommend this to scenario type players. And I'm giving this review a 10/10 for it's asthetics and durability.
~No curve on shoulder mount
~Very Hard to take out of gun
~Broke first use
It was good for a while. But then i realized when i was sniping the line of sight was obstructed with the sight on the gun. Also, i was going to a tourney game and i wanted to take the stock off and it broke as i was taking it off. I was wiggling it out and then the top part that connects to the gun snapped.
DO NOT BUY THIS!!!!! you can get a much better quality stock for not much more on
Feels good, solid construction, doesn't weigh as much as other have complaned.
None that I have found yet.
Keep in mind, that this review is based on putting this on my Marker, and testing the feel. I have not gone out and shot with it on yet.
I got mine for $30 on eBay (and some people were b***hing about paying $50 in a store). This is made from a very dense plastic, very hard and strong. On a number of reviews that I've read here, they say it adds a lot of weight to the gun. I don't see that, but I also use a 3 point sling.
Putting the new stock on wasn't as easy as I thought. I did have to loosen the back two allen screws in oder to fit it in. To loosen the bottom screw you do have to remove the grip (it's not that hard, don't be scared, just pop out the other push pin and you're done).
At first I wasn't too pleased with this, but it kind of dawned on me. There is a much tighter fight now.
As I do with all my reviews, I will update this as time goes on.
So far, I'm pleased and would recommend it. It helps to give my marker a nice tactial look, and that is important for me because I play nothing but woodsball. Putting it on the marker takes a few extra moments, but not bad. Over all...I'm pleased and will give this product a, 8 out of 10. My score will change as I continue to use it.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, January 19th, 2007 at 3:48 pm PST
A-5, JJ Performance 16", Pure Energy coiled remote line, Tasco red dot, Special Ops sight rail, Shocktech super fly mark 2 forward bolt, Redhot power tube, Tapco A5 6 position stock, Ricochet R-5
Helps with aim.
A stock is the best thing you can add to your gun in my opinion. This is great cause it has six positions so you can adjust it to your liking. It also helps with storage cause you can collapse it. The butt is checkered so it wont slip and you can put a sling on it in two differnt ways.
It really help with aiming and it is cheep and holds up well.