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Toxic Performance Announces new Drop Forward

For years companies have been putting out systems to attach CO2 and high-pressure air tanks without any thought given to style.  Recently this has changed though with the industry putting out some very stylish entries, but Toxic Performance has recently set the mark higher with their new drop forward.

Toxicís drop forward, moves the tank a full four inches forward and drops it almost 1 and a half inches down.  Not only that, it features mounting for both dovetail grooved tanks such as Air Americas and Mac Developments along with the standard ¾Ē spaced 10-32 mounting holes that appear on almost all bottom-line adaptors.  

This drop forwards beauty isnít only in its versatility, its outer appearance is something to behold too.  It doesnít only feature swooping curves itís got some nasty hooks on it, giving it almost an axe like appearance.  Thereís a theory that those hooks can be used for other applications too, such as opening your favorite frosty beverage, but further testing will needed to be done on that use.

For more information on Toxic Performanceís drop forward or any of their other products please visit

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