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Number of Reviews: 36
Average Rating: 8.2 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $40

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It moves your tank 7 inches forward and 2.5 inches down. It also includes an ASA with a hole for a gauge if you need it. (The hole is plugged when you get it. You can either leave the plug in, or remove the plug to install a gauge.) It has holes drilled to mount on standard OR Spyder bottomlines. Will work with all CO2 tanks and screw-in nitrogen tanks. This design also features On/Off capabilities.

Because of the many different styles of marker that is available, we do not provide the mounting screws for this item. In most cases, the existing stock screws on your gun should work. It may also be necessary to purchase additional gas line and fittings to allow this product to work with your particular gun.
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The Psycho Ballistics Pro-blade Drop Forward is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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FMDrumstix Saturday, July 12th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
i have used none other
Marker Setup: Paintball Inc GTV1
J&J Ceramic barrel 16"
32 degrees expansion chamber
Psycho Ballistics Drop Forward w/ UFA
GT Force II Cyclone bolt w/ beavertail
Empire reloader
Strengths: solid
works with spyders staggered holes or inline holes
on/off
really moves your tank
Weaknesses: doesnt come with screws
guage plug was not taped
really moves your tank!
Review: This is a huge drop forward! Be ready, it will suprise you. I got it cause i use a 20 oz tank and it can still fit a bigger tank. It does ballance pretty good. With a DF this big, you can pull the gun in close to your body so you can stay tucked in real close to your bunker. But it makes your gun very tall, so if your in the woods and lay down to hide than its hard to aim without being seen. Its huge! It added alot of weight to my gun but thats not a big deal to me. It is fairly priced at some places on the internet. I forget how much i payed but it was half as much as the paintball shop charges
Conclusion: Read a few reviews down, DeoreDX explains a good weakness or two. These things did not bother me at all but you should know about them. I am glad I invested in this drop and would recomend it if you want a huge one. I give it an 8 cause it doesnt come with screws. What good is it if you cant fix it to your gun? Just go to the hardware store and "buy" some screws ; )
Rating:
8 out of 10
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s0m37h1n9 Monday, June 23rd, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
CP Flame Drop, Psycho Ballistics Drop Forward
Marker Setup: Unmilled Silver ICD BKO, Ricochet 2K, Nitro Duck N2 Tank, Blade Drop, and some other stuff...
Strengths: This is a solid drop forward. What else could I ask for?
Weaknesses: The On/Off valve thing falls out every now and then. Screws not included.
Review: Overall:
This is a really nice drop forward for the price. After only paying $30 for a drop and ASA with and On/Off I had expected some corners to be cut. But so far there have been no shortcomings. After attaching the drop to my marker and screwing in the tank, I soon found that the drop did not wobble at all; very rock solid. The drop is cleanly cut and colored without any signs of machine work. The on/off is very well put together and comes in handy when I want to de-gas my marker between games.

Size:
This drop is very big. I picked it up because I started using a larger tank. If you are using a 68ci or even an 88ci I would recommend the CP Flame Drop or Shocktech drop. They are fit for more of that size.

Problems:
The only problems I can think of that you will run into are only very minor and can be fixed. The first thing you should do with the ASA is if you are planning to keep the plug in and not install a guage, warp Teflon tape around it and re-insert it. The next problem is the ASA becoming loose from the drop. All you need to do it tighten the screws a bit and maybe even use some loc-tite. And the last, and most minor thing is that the drop doesn't include screws. No biggie... just run out to the hardware store and pick up two for about 5 cents.
Conclusion: I gave this product a 9.5 out of 10 mainly because nothing is perfect. But overall this drop is a perfect match for those who need big drops for big tanks without hurting the looks of the gun.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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silencedcocker Sunday, June 1st, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
none other than stock
Marker Setup: 03 auto cocker Blue, dye ultralight, psycho ballistics pro blade blue, crossfire nittro tank, wgp all derlin bolt, dye stickys, jt flex 7 ize blue.
Strengths: it works
Weaknesses: it has none
Review: its cheap good looking and comes with a on/off . it takes your tank very up front under my reg perfect ballance. ah i hate this minimun word thing bfel leviue dfsu esn ibve vonnfvpuie v;levh env oie jvkj dnv sdnv t'jr bv[enbknboekwen bs nois[ senvjtws knjks bbk;jfdjbjkfdshvb lkjeb pwuh jbvuhsrn 'qlvjr idscmeongoeuh b m hjvkjfhb nbjk kjb upie
Conclusion: Cheap, very good, comes in 4 differnt colors and has a on/off a must for heavy tanks
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Sentinel623 Tuesday, October 29th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
None
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 Custom Silver
PB Drop Forward
PB X-Chamber
PB Power Tube & Bolt
Double Trigger
Full Boar Shadow
Maddmann Spring Kit
14" Lapco Bigshot
Ricochet AK Hopper
Strengths: This product is excellent. It puts my 68ci nitro tank in the perfect position. It is very durable and the On/Off is awesome.
Weaknesses: When I first got the product the ASA was slightly loose and would move around. After finding the correct sized allen I was able to tighten it from the top and it hasn't moved since.
Conclusion: This product is excellent. If you have a larger marker and need to get in close on it this product is perfect for you. I have not tried the most recent revision called the Bullet but I would assume it is just as good.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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DeoreDX Monday, August 19th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Benchmark Center Drop
Marker Setup: Spyder TL+
Psycho Ballistics 8 Stage X Chamber
Smart Parts Progressive
20oz CO2
Strengths: -I was worried that the drop was too much of a drop, but those fears quickly went away once installed.
-Give the marker a GREAT ballance with a 12-20oz tank. The center of gravity it right above you hand making for EASY one handed manuvering.
-Well Constructed, very solid feel
-nice machining
-Excellent price ($30 at countypaintball)
-Spyder or inline hole pattern, can be used on any marker or any frame
Weaknesses: -You CANNOT use a tank with on/off valve. The knob on the tank WILL hit the frame. I know having two on/off's is redundent, but consider this if you already have a crop of tanks with on/off valves.
-On/Off knob has a cheap feel to it.
-Wish the on/off valve offered the functionality I have seen in other on offs. What I mean by that is that some on/off's I have used, if you continue to turn the valve it will discharge the pressure in the system. Now I have to turn the tank off, then dry fire the marker several times to depressurize the marker.
-Stock screws on my TL+ were too long to use. This will require you either finding a very uncommon screw size for the bottom of your spyder or taking the dremmel out and hacking a little bit off the screw.
Conclusion: This is a VERY nice drop forward for the price. Nice machining, functionality of a on/off valve. At least on my spyder it does a very good job of shortening the length of the marker and moving the center of gravity just above the trigger frame. This product could have been thought out a little better (i.e. does not work with on/off CO2 tanks, recessing the bolt heads on the spyder offset holes so you cannot use the stock bottomline screws.).
Rating:
8 out of 10
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mcpdontknow Tuesday, July 16th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month11 of 11 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
None
Marker Setup: TIppmann M98c
14" SP Tear Drop barrel
PB x-core
PB ProBlade DropForward
PB 2x Trigger
PB RocketCock
Strengths: Everything.

Looks great
Balances gun well
Has on/off
Has room for a gauge
Light
Just the right length
Weaknesses: Absolutely nothing. I seriously cant think of anything
Conclusion: At first i was afraid that this DF was too much of a DF. But it turned out to be perfect. I love it! Well worth the price, which frankly isn't that much.

My favorite feature is the on/off capabilities. You cant really tell how it works in the picture. So i will explain. First unscrew the nob in front. Then put in the tank. When you screw the nob back in it pushes the pin in giving the gun air.
To take off the tank, you unscrew the nob again. Shoot out the remaining air. Then simply take it off. It is allot easier then turning it 3/4 turn and doing it that way.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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