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Old 12-14-2011, 10:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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LAPCO T-Stock/drop

Anyone have one of these or used one before? Wondered about feel, build quality, etc.

Thinking of getting one for an Automag I am adding parts to and building up.

T-Stock Set: Anodized Black LAPCO Paintball
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Old 12-15-2011, 12:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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They are solid and well made. Works perfect on my stock class sniper
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Old 12-15-2011, 04:12 PM   #3 (permalink)
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This one came to me with a couple of extra holes in it to make the reach longer, which I used here. You can see the other holes it comes with that would be shorter.



The quality is very good. While I don't use this marker a lot, the setup is comfortable and easy to work with, even though I usually play with a short bottle or drop forward.
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Had one for a little while on my old Tippmann. I absolutely loved the feel of it. Ran a little 9oz Co2 bottle under it and it was nice and tight. Anything from Lapco is top notch quality as well.
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Old 12-15-2011, 09:29 PM   #5 (permalink)
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It doesn't look likely, but could a Ninja 68 cu in tank fit the drop as it is? There is an adapter for use with the drop for larger tanks but from the website description, it reads like most HPA tanks would fit.

Thought about getting a 45 cu in tank to use with my Sniper II and to use with this setup on my 'Mag...lighter than my 68 cu in tank and would make up the weight gained from using the stock and drop unit.

Thanks for the input thus far. Much appreciated!
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Good stuff, I love mine.
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Used to have one on my Phantom. Felt a lot comfier when I inverted the butt plate and wrapped it in some cloth. Solid stock.
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necro post...sorry.

I decided back then not to purchase. Now I have a third Automag and I want to use this stock on it. Here's the thing, I want to flip the drop around and run it backward...so the tank would run horizontally forward under the barrel. Can the drop be mounted in this manner? Backward if you will?
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necro post...sorry.

I decided back then not to purchase. Now I have a third Automag and I want to use this stock on it. Here's the thing, I want to flip the drop around and run it backward...so the tank would run horizontally forward under the barrel. Can the drop be mounted in this manner? Backward if you will?
should have mine in a few days ill tell u when i get it. I got a few plans for my t stock and they involved swapping that ASA fingers crossed lol
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should have mine in a few days ill tell u when i get it. I got a few plans for my t stock and they involved swapping that ASA fingers crossed lol
Thanks! I look forward to your report on the stock. I haven't ordered yet but if it will work as I want it to, it will be ordered soon.
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