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KillJoy Industries

Member Since 01 May 2009
Offline Last Active Oct 22 2011 05:27 PM
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In Topic: NEW Tiberius Arms Adjustable Triggers.

19 October 2011 - 09:40 PM

Updated with new pictures.


In Topic: New Tiberius T9.1 ROC Stock!

16 August 2011 - 02:53 PM



Only thing I don't like about it is the fact that you can't put a tank on the marker which in my opinion is the greatest feature of the 9.1.


You can still have the option to run a remote line to an external tank.


I like the look of this product. I'm not really familiar with the T9.1, can you elaborate on how you'd use a remote line with stock?


This was actually posted by another member here on the forums.

The stock that comes with the gun screws into the ASA like a tank would. There is a 1/8 threaded hole on the bottom of the ASA. You remove that and attach the remote line fitting .

You can use the remote line, or a tank in stock.

The knob on the side is the on/off. When it's screwed in, the ASA part is cut off. That's when you use the remote line. When it's open, the ASA is open, and that's when you'd use the tank in stock and have the remote line hole blocked off.

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In Topic: New Tiberius T9.1 ROC Stock!

16 August 2011 - 11:34 AM

Only thing I don't like about it is the fact that you can't put a tank on the marker which in my opinion is the greatest feature of the 9.1.


You can still have the option to run a remote line to an external tank.

In Topic: New Tiberius T9.1 ROC Stock!

16 August 2011 - 07:34 AM

I like the dogleg style but it looks kinda heavy :(. Any info on weight?


1.73 lbs. That is the only real complaint we have ever had with the stock. That is the down side to all metal construction. However, given the stocks modular design it's almost impossible to break it. I feel the PROS definately out weigh the CONS.

I've received several emails from customers who have described some pretty hard falls. They said the stock took most of the impact with no problem at all.

We are looking into the possibility of making some of the components out of a high strength composite to help decrease the weight. I don't have a current ETA on when that is going to happen. Injection molds are very expensive.

In Topic: New Tiberius T9.1 ROC Stock!

15 August 2011 - 12:39 PM

im slightly confused, though im not completely familiar with the product

if it is left or right, and has 6 positions, along with the "Home"
wouldnt it only have 14 configurations?
someone clarify



Here is how I came up with 36. It's really more like 216 if you factor in each position of the length adjustment. I just copied the original features from my website for the A-5 and X7 ROC stocks.

  • 3 independent height positions for the endcap/slider block mount
  • 3 independent height positions for the backplate/shoulder pad mount
  • 2 independent backplates
  • 2 side configurations (left and right reversible)
3 * 3 * 2 * 2 = 36 and that's not even including the adjustable lengths, which wouls bring the ROC to be capable of a total of 216 unique configurations.

You don't have the height adjustment for the entire assembly on the T9.1

On the T9.1 according to my math above would be
  • 3 independent height positions for the backplate/shoulder pad mount
  • 2 independent backplates
  • 2 side configurations (left and right reversible)
3 * 2 * 2 = 12 and that's not even including the adjustable lengths, which wouls bring the ROC to be capable of a total of 72 unique configurations for the T9.1