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|03-15-2011, 08:20 AM||#13 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: Katy, Texas
I actually never played a game without my t stock. But I always keep mine bottomed out and semi loose. So I can rotate the stock and use it as a pivot point. That way when I'm in an awkward stance I can pivot the phantom at weird angles and keep it shouldered. Also I find my self when I'm tucked into my bunker instead of shouldering it I will bring the end of the stock from my shoulder under my arm so it's touching the other side of my arm. This keeps it stable and maneuverable when I'm tucked in deep to my bunker. But hey that's just me and iiiiii like it! Lol
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|03-15-2011, 08:22 AM||#14 (permalink)|
...Not sure what that was
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Niagara Falls
I'm going to go ahead and say...."Who cares?" Not to sound rude, but everyone is different, everyone plays different, everyone shoots different. Did you ask these people if they had tried a T or an L stock? Maybe they did, but due to the way they hold there gun, it was uncomfrotable for them, or maybe even obtrusive. I use a CCI T-stock on my open class Phantom, and a homemade L-stock on my VSC Phantom. I also use a In-yo-face T-Stock on my Vert feed Sniper II, and i do like the way they feel....but, the guy sitting beside me in the bunker when I'm playing, isnt me. I've personally seen people shooting milsim guns, or, even a speedball gun with stocks. One of the guys on my team, used to play with an '04 Viking, with a T2W stock and remote line setup....it was one of the most comfortable setups EVER!!! ....Come to think of it, another guy on my team had a similar setup with an AGD Tac 1.
There are stock users out there, that arent pump players...keep an eye out!
|03-15-2011, 08:35 AM||#16 (permalink)|
I use an L-stock on my phantom, it's the perfect length for me.
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|03-15-2011, 09:05 AM||#18 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2011
I use the bottle for a stock too. Even with my DM3 I used my tank as a stock. I've never tried a stock on my Phantom and hear some people say they can't shoot it without a stock. I feel like it'll be too long and I like to move from bunker to bunker as often as possible. May get a t-stock to try when I have some more money. I have to get a 13/3000 ninja tank first.
|03-15-2011, 09:12 AM||#19 (permalink)|
Depending on the marker used. It could be a wood stock, L-stock, Micro CA II or back bottle.
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