ANS GX-4, Halo B w/rip drive, Evil Pipe barrel system, Eblade, KAPP f.a.t ram, KAPP twisted cocking rod, ANS gen x2 regulator, ANS jackhammer2 LPR, ANS drop forward, shocktech ball detent, shocktech superfly bolt, shocktech back block, shocktech beaver tail.
the looks are amazing
need to loctite
this is probably the coolest looking cocking rod out in the market. all cocking rods pretty much perform the same. that's why i went with this piece b/c it matches the KAPP fat ram. this rod looks great and provides a nice grip for you to twist or pull. only problem was that it the rear knob was loose when i got it. a small dab of loctite took care of that.
buy it!! this is fairly cheap and looks great. its perfect for those seeking function and form.
02' cocker, all american 12" barrel, kapp f/x beaver and twisted cocking rod, ricochet 2k and a whole lot more upgrades
Looks great expecially with the kapp f/x beaver tail, really wouldn't use different.
Doesn't do any thing for to help you
I personally think the only reason to get this product is for the looks but at only $16 it is worth every bit it really doesn't matter that it doesn't do anything for you the thing is if you have a nice cocker why have the stock cocking rod when you can have style at $16 really there is only one thing wrong with it and it doesn't improve performance at all, but it looks good.
If i were you i would get something that would improve you marker first, but if it all ready is tricked out spend the extra $16 for some extra style.
hmm... the stock cocking rod... a stick, and a drill bit
2k2 vert autococker, 14" '02 all american w/ freak back, supa fly bolt(coming soon), dye pmp 3-way, mac dev lpr,12v revvy, 68/3000 nitro tank, NWPP drop and on/off valve, eclipse e-hinge coming soon... it still hasn't come out... come on planet!!!
its a cocking rod. you need one to make the gun shoot. if you dont have one then you're screwed. it looks really nice and does its job. the blue finish matches my cocker perfectly. it gives me an excuse to play with loctite.
you have to loctite it together... but thats no big deal if you have loctite. just dont put it inside the gun
its a cocking rod that looks nice and does its job. what more can you ask for. it does nothing for performance though, so if you need something else buy that first and then make it look like. function over beauty
2001 Vert Autococker with All American, bomb 3-way, eclipse trigger frame, STO ram, system x drop forward, kapp cocking rod and beaver tail, Palmer front regulator, v12 revvy, and a PMI 88/4500 nitrogen tank.
The black looks good on my black cocker.
When installing this put some loctite to keep the twiested end on the rod. When ever I first put mine on I went to take it off and just the "handle" came off not the hole rod. so instead of getting the rod stuck in the gun and having to use pliers on it, put some locktight on it for good measure.
If I was going to get a new cocker rod I would get this one. so if you have extra money to burn go for it. otherwise it doesn't improve anyting performance wise.
This thing looks perty on my black cocker. I got the chrome one and it matches the black awesome. It really is nice looking.
how is it bad? lol It can't be bad if it makes your gun look sweet. I love sweet looking guns. PBREVIEW IS STUPID FOR THE 100 word thing. That is so weak. I hate having to type a lot more on this thing. WHAT MORE CAN YOU SAY? ThiS IS ON A COCKING ROd! IT DOES NOTHING BUT BE PERTY!!!!!!
if you like perty guns, this is something nice to add to your parts list :)
Great looking and easy to grab a hold of to take out.
This was a must have product for my STO. I didn't like the chrome stock one and I found it hard to hold onto when I needed to take it out (the stock one I mean). Once I put the Twistie one on my gun my hard to hold on to woes were over. It looked great and worked like a charm!
Looks awesome, honestly when i look at my gun its one of the first things to be seen. functions normally.
this is a must for installation
1-screw in cocking rod very tightly
2-unscrew twisted end of cocking rod
3-clean all threads
4-apply loc-tite to threads and screw twisted end on tightly again
5-allow to air dry for an hour, then unscrew cocking rod and adjust to your prefference
* the twisted end comes loose so if you dont loc-tite it you cant get your cocking rod out unless you use a wrench and scratch the finish off!
It isnt really worth the cost considering it adds no performance. the only reason i got one was because i had 15 bux credit to action village(never order from them, i have 3 times and never recieved the right stuff). if it wasnt for the credit, i wouldnt have bought it, but it looks cool. the colors are in short quantities so unless u buy it at a store chances r it will be backordered.