Drops down 1.5"
Goes forward 3.5", adjustable rearward in .75" increments
Includes a LAPCO Bottom Line
Can be installed "Backwards so the tank points to the rear.
Uses the Hose/Elbow from the Model 98
Left or right handed
Clears a 20 Ounce tank
Tank can be angled down with a LAPCO Wedge
The Lapco Drop Forward is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Black Dragun Basic
JT 2 Peice Barrel
Stock Trigger(soon to be, maybe, the Check-it flat double trigger)
VL200 Hopper (soon to be Evo II)
Not too far forward, not too far back, seems to be the perfect size for a 12-20 oz Co2 tank or even a 68ci tank. Also, it seems very sturdy, doesnt seem to scratch easily, even the chrome version.
Doesn't look took the greatest, Kinda looks chunky. It just has an odd look to it.
Decent drop foreward for the price just looks very odd. Does its job well, though. They come in black or chrome. The chrome one looks better to me, but that all depends on how you like your gun, I say, chrome chrome and more chrome. If you absolutely need a decent drop foreward and dont have a lot of cash go for this one, otherwise get something better looking.
Does its job, good size, ok feel to it., just not the BEST drop foreward out there, Looks kinda clunky, and could be better. I'd get this if your looking for a good drop foreward and dont really care about looks, but definatly get the chrome over the black. Adds to the look a bit.
- It fits Spyders
- Solid build
- Looks good
- great balance, IMO, its a still a tad back-heavy, but I like it that way.
- forward enough to be comfortable, not so much to where the gun looks like a fat, tall pistol.
- on the cheap side
- if you're looking for extreme drop, this isn't it.
- the black paint gets scratched if you really wail on it.
Great DF. I was torn between this and the Pyscho Ballistics. I don't regret my purchase, but I still wanna try the PB just to see what a hardcore drop is like. I really like the LAPCO, in the field, it seemed to snap up right to my sight perfectly, nice and even balance. For the price you can't beat it.
Cheap, I bought it off eBay for $9.75 including shipping. Looks good, you can move it around. Very adjustable. Got the quality Lapco name on it, almost guarenteed to be a good product. Got holes to fit both the Spyder's offset hole pattern and the standard hole pattern.
I had to do some changes to my Spyder for it to work. The screws I had with my duckbill were way to long. I had to file them down and now they fit. My Dye Sticky didn't fit to well with it either. I took my Dye off, I just put the Lapco on first, and then the grip back on. Works good, and I had to get a longer braided hose.
It's good, I'd definetly pick it up, good price with a lot of ability to change it.
68 Automag powerfeed with the following:
Lapco Drop Foward
Lapco Bigshot Barrel
JJ Ceramic Barrel
PMI 48cu 3000psi Nitro tank
12 volt revy with new xboard
This drop foward is simply amazing!
It is Cheap.
It is good looking.
It gets the job done.
It is a ton better than my duckbill.
It comes with tank adaptor.
I love every thing about this product and I wouldnt trade it for anything on the market as of now. Lapco makes products that give you the most bang for your buck!
None, this is absolutely the best for your money.
If you are on a tight budget or you simply want a great drop foward this is the one for you. I recomend this to any one. The crome one looks supreme. I got black because it was cheaper and I have an all black mag. It is freakin hot!
Model 98, w/fullboar RVA cocking gizmo, lapco drop forward, bigshot, carbine to 98 barrel adapter, J&J brass barrel, proteam remote, redz 6+1 harness, ACI sub Zero six, stupid tippmann vertical air adapter (its hard to put on, or am I just lazy?).
cheap, looks groovy on the m98, balances the m98 a little, moves gun up a wee bit (no more leaning head at 45 degree angle to sight).
is a bit short, screws aren't as long as they should be.
Spyder Tl+ with lapco drop forward, dye grips, upgraded barrel, sight, blah blah sum other junk
IT looks real nice, and is one of the only drop forwards to fit a spyder. Ballances gun nicely, extremely comfortable in my opinion. Cheap, like $25, and its adjustable too, you can even mount it so the tank goes under your gun wich is koo
The holes for the spyder screws arnt as nice. Screws didnt fit that it came with.
I have used this drop forward on a Tippman Model 98 and my Standard Spyder each with an expansion chamer. Both guns have been customized but that isn't all that important here.
If you get the newest model it will fit Spyder bottom line setups AND inline grip screws on every other marker. You can set it up so that the bottom of the bottle faces away from you. I haven't tried this but it would place the bottle completely under the marker. Looks very nice with a shiny black finish.
Not a whole lot. It doesn't come with mounting screws,but those should already be in place on your marker.
This drop forward isn't fancy but looks nice. It gets the job done at an inexpensive price. I used to carry 12 oz. tanks to avoid the extra weight of the 20 oz. tank. The drop makes telling the difference from mounting the 12 oz. and 20 oz. very difficult. I will carry either tank with this drop forward.