tippy 98c drop forward (4fwd 1down), PB double trigger, bigshot, flatline, 12v rev, pure E inline reg (soon to be annoed)
covers up the STOCK bolt keeping dirt out.
costs too much:
plastic breaks EASY.
useless if you decide to buy the electronic kit...
I can't justify the rocket cock.
It costs too much for what it does
better cheaper products overall
the flush bore rear cock ALSO gives you the Rear velocity adjust as well as covering the bolt gap.
I went LP, which replaced:
and volumizer/xpansion chamber
there are better ways to upgrade your tippy. stay away.
this thing is great. it prevents your hand gettin screwed from the normal cockin thing that they give ya with the gun. it is very easy to install if you know your gun. there have not been any seveer problems with it at all
i recomend it if your hand gets constantly pinched on your gun
if you tighten the screws to tight the thing wont cock but thats only when it is so tight its hard to take the screws off
Tippman stock with a few upgrades that dont concern this review
I like the fact this keeps dirt and paint out of the gun. im not to sure about the noise factor, i didnt really notice a decrease when i added it. I also like the fact that it doesnt move back and forth while firing.
I would really like to see a new version of this product that is made of light weight aluminum or something. Also if it would be made with a small rubber seal around the bottom it wold be fantastic. The plastic one now does its job and has a good fit, but it would really improve it if it was metal and had that small rubber seal around the base, so it wasnt a metal to metal contact to the gun.
Great, but dont pay to much for it, countypaintball seems to have a good price.
Tippy 98 Custom, RT Kit, Flatline Barrle & Stone Cold II 14 inch, Revvy w/ X-Board upgrade, Double Trigger w/ guard, Rocket Cocker, Crossfire 4500psi 88ci nitro, Remote w/ 6+1 pack (I'm the big bad back playa on my team)
Any fool that says the fact that it's made out of plastic is either clumsy or stupid. Even if you drop it on concrete it will not break. It DOES lock into place after you use it to cock your gun. It does quiet down gun a bit, esp with nitro or HPA. Does exactly what it is supposed to do, and is not easily broken.
It could be metal for the MSRP, but I got mine for only $15 . Anyone who pays more thank $20 for this would be sort of ripped off. If it were metal, I'd pay more.
Never overpay for PB stuff, just look around and you can find great deals. It does what it is supposed to do, and doesn't break that easily. For $15 bucks its a good buy. Not the first upgrade to get, but it keeps the insides of the gun clean and it has no externally moving parts once cocked. I love it.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 6:10 am PST
The paint and dirt thing that everybody else says. Sound reduction is barely noticable. I did not however had a problem with the screws being different size like everybody else says. The screws that came with my Rocket Cock are the same size as the ones on the M98.
It's plastic, I'm afraid that the ring will break off. It was abused a bit and still held so I hope it keeps on holding.
It'd be better if it wasn't plastic. If you're handy enough with tools, make one yourself.
quiet - not a super difference, but every bit helps right?
lessens bulkiness of side cock - replaces old long bolt with a shorter one.
keeps internals clean - no possibility of paint/dirt going in the side of gun
cool looking - adds style, and makes your gun have one more addon
PLASTIC - psychoballistics is good but should have made it metal/alum
I liked the upgrade from my old cocking system... The plastic situation is what makes it bad though, this could easily break, luckily it lockes into place after shooting once. All around it was a good 15 dollar buy on ebay...