Killjoy ROC Stock 2.0 IN STOCK!!!
The biggest complaint about the original ROC Stock was the weight. It weighed in close to 2 lbs. We took a hard look at the design and removed as much weight as possible without sacrificing any functionality.
Saving weight is important to most players and we are dedicated to giving players what they want. The new stock weighs only 1 lb.
- R. Reversible for RIGHT or LEFT Handed Users
- O. Offset Design Allows for Increased Mask Clearance
- C. Collapsible, 6 Positions of Adjustability
- Precison Machined Aluminum Stock
- Anodized Flat Black
- FAST ONE HANDED Adjustability
- Machined Non-Slip Shoulder Pad
- Adjustable mounting height
- Independent Recoil Pad Height Adjustment
Fits the following markers:
Tippmann X7 & X7 Phenom
GOG G1/ SP-1
Etha EMC Kit
98 style markers
Companies acting upon customer feedback, damn near the best thing ever.
Will this fit a TM15, using the new 98 adapter, if I'm using a Rip Clip? I don't want to buy it and find out it won't. Thanks!
Here is a link to some pictures.
TM15 Pics with ROC Stock
It's post #166 at the bottom of page 17.
How hard are the long rods to cut? I like using the stock on my TM7 extended out about 3-5". It seems like I could add some more notches to the ones already there & chop off a few inches or mod the top rod such that it could fold all the way, again cutting off a couple inches if needed. What sort of material are the rods made out of on the 2.0? I have a Dremmel & a hack saw & I'm not afraid to use them. ;)
They are just aluminum rods. You could easily cut them down with a hacksaw. If you decide to order one just let me know.
Whats the price?do they come with adapters for any listed marker or are they marker specific?
Custom Paintball Products: A-5/X7 triggers, stocks, accessories
The stocks are $125.00 plus shipping and they come with 1 adapter of your choice when you order the stock. I also sell the adapters individually if you want to use it on more than 1 marker.
Do you have any pics of it on a EMC kit? Very interested.
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