Stock class aligns the feed tube parallel to the breach, which requires tilting to load a paintball, what's often called rock and cock. This unique kind of paintball slows down the pace of the game, and is perfect for players looking for a sportsman-like duel where the victor is the person with the better skills, not the pricier marker.
CCI Handles or Grips
CCI guns come with one of two grips based on the handles of two of the American military's most stalwart arms: the M16 and the Colt 1911 .45. The .45 was America's main sidearm for decades, and is more of a pistol grip. The M16 was the standard military rifle for years, and is still in service today alongside a smaller carbine variant. A rifle grip, at slightly more of an angle than the pistol grip, is based around these guns.
CCI was started by Mike Cassidy, and is one of the oldest single-owner paintball companies still manufacturing paintball guns. Operating out of Newberg, Oregon in the Pacific Northwest, CCI prides itself on the artisanal craftsmanship that goes into every marker. Mike takes personal pride in making sure every gun coming out of CCI meet his exacting personal standards.