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#1 User is offline   ZACHARY 

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Post icon  Posted 22 February 2006 - 07:12 PM

Special Ops SAW Air Through Stock-

I bought the Saw stock August 2005 so ive had these for a while now.

First experience-After I got it I went to S.C. Village and the stock was awsome.The stock is confortable when placed against the shoulder.The stock goes down a bit so I could see down my sight.Half the time I was there I had so many compilments about how cool the stock looked on my gun :wacko: .The little rail on top of the stock makes it eiser to reload.I set the rail on my shoulder then my right hand on my front handle grip and with my left hand grab a pod and reload.

Today-Ive had this for like 6 Months now and ive still been using it.Best stock ive ever bought.

Score-I give it a 10/10 this stock is so awsome.

Special Ops Remote Cover-

I got this for christmas so ive had it for only like 2 months

First experience-I wanted to buy this because my remote kept getting tangled on brush and itself.I went paintballing up in a field with friends to go paintballing.First game I played I noticed it wasnt getting tangled up in a noght.Next game I played I ran through a bush and the remote didnt get snagged.So this thing made me a very happy boy :D .

Today-I still use the cover and still havnt had it sng or tangle since ive gotten it.Highly reccomended for anyone that has snagging problems with there remote.

Score-Im giving this a 10/10 this thing is a life saver.

Heres a picture of both the remote cover and the Saw stock
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This post has been edited by ZACHARY: 22 February 2006 - 07:20 PM

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Posted 01 March 2006 - 08:51 PM

great post got to get me a remote cover!!

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Posted 09 August 2006 - 09:19 PM

View PostZACHARY, on Feb 22 2006, 07:12 PM, said:

Special Ops SAW Air Through Stock-

I bought the Saw stock August 2005 so ive had these for a while now.

First experience-After I got it I went to S.C. Village and the stock was awsome.The stock is confortable when placed against the shoulder.The stock goes down a bit so I could see down my sight.Half the time I was there I had so many compilments about how cool the stock looked on my gun ;) .The little rail on top of the stock makes it eiser to reload.I set the rail on my shoulder then my right hand on my front handle grip and with my left hand grab a pod and reload.

Today-Ive had this for like 6 Months now and ive still been using it.Best stock ive ever bought.

Score-I give it a 10/10 this stock is so awsome.

Special Ops Remote Cover-

I got this for christmas so ive had it for only like 2 months

First experience-I wanted to buy this because my remote kept getting tangled on brush and itself.I went paintballing up in a field with friends to go paintballing.First game I played I noticed it wasnt getting tangled up in a noght.Next game I played I ran through a bush and the remote didnt get snagged.So this thing made me a very happy boy :( .

Today-I still use the cover and still havnt had it sng or tangle since ive gotten it.Highly reccomended for anyone that has snagging problems with there remote.

Score-Im giving this a 10/10 this thing is a life saver.

Heres a picture of both the remote cover and the Saw stock
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I need a remote cover bad. Thanks to you I have put that at the top of the list of thing to buy.
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Posted 10 August 2006 - 09:20 AM

Good to know the remote cover works if I start getting more snags I'll know to get one.
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Posted 15 August 2006 - 11:01 AM

I love my remote cover, it comes in handy when you quick disconnect and accidently drop the hose in the dirt. The remote cover is just long enough that the connection slides inside before the dirt gets to destroy it. Absolute must have for anyone using remote.
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Posted 17 August 2006 - 10:08 PM

Question about the positioning of the SAW...

Are you left handed? I'm assuming you are because of the positioning of the air thru cable, but I'd like to ask how that would interfere with someone if they held it with their right hand.
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Posted 19 August 2006 - 08:10 AM

View PostSiesatia, on Aug 17 2006, 10:08 PM, said:

Question about the positioning of the SAW...

Are you left handed? I'm assuming you are because of the positioning of the air thru cable, but I'd like to ask how that would interfere with someone if they held it with their right hand.

Yes I am left handed.So I put the hose on the other side of the grip so my hand wont go over the hose.Its alout more comfortable.
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