Posted 13 February 2006 - 04:18 PM
I use a DOP Bullet Drop on my Trilogy Pro Autococker. The drop is huge, which means that you can't really rest the tank against your shoulder like a stock. This does hurt your accuracy, but it balances out the weight of your marker beautifully. I have found that I can shoot consistently by resting the tank against my inner forearm. It's not rwally conventional, but it makes for an uber-manueverable marker. I only use this set up when I am playing speedball or "dagger". It is very good for these uses because it is very easy to move very quickly with and make radical moves like bunker dives. The on-off feature is very nice as well (as mentioned above).