The stock is the wooden or plastic part of the gun that is braced against the shoulder for firing.
The part that holds against your shoulder.
it is an additional butt end to the gun that helps you stabalize the gun
Disassemble the gun, and replace the back cap with the stock or take it to a paintball store, and ask them to.
I believe that they are a private company.
The tippmann 98 stock.
An air through stock is usually where the guns stock is your gas tank, making the military sim look more authentic
Air is the source of power for the paintball marker. It is the pressure that moves all of the internal parts (unless electrical) and physically moves the paintball out of the barrel.
Yes, many dealers have upgrades in stock. Check ActionVillage.com
It depends which one. A stock Tippmann 98 with stock barrel and angled tank is about thirty inches across from barrel tip to where the tank would be.
The proto slg is very accurate even with the stock barrel
No, the stock bolt is just the Cure 1 bolt.
One can find discounted paintball accessories from Just Paintball, Paintballing, Discount Paintball, Zephyr Paintball, Outpost Paintball, Paintball UK and Armed Paintball stores.
A used stock Tippman is worth around $80-$100
The salvo has more accessories and has a better feed neck and stock then the Mr1.