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Wednesday, March 17th, 2004
Period of Product Use:
Less than a month 0 of 2 people found this review helpful.
Paintball Experience: More than 5 years
Marker Setup: Angel LCD 2K
Center Flag Hyperflow
Evo or Halo Loaders
Strengths: Adjustability of the neck.
Weaknesses: No-Rise neck is too low (Bolt trap-door wont open).
Review: This is a flexible solution. No more swiveling loaders on your maker.
I have a Evo2 and a Halo, and this neck just nails them solid to my marker.
If your looking for functionality, then this is it. It's simple and does the job.
One big NO-NO: The No-rise type is so short, that the trap door on my Angel LCD wont open. To clean the bolt you have to unscrew the neck from the marker.
For buyers outside de US, metric Allen wrenches wont do (only inch based).
Conclusion: Defenitly buy one. You'll get a rock solid loader on top of your marker
The No Rise angel threaded feedneck is noted as not allowing breach to open, and is mainly designed for Cocker Style markes that have Angel feedneck threads. There are however some Angels that will allow the breach to open with the No Rise on, such as the IR3 Fly.
I had the no-rise on my Matrix LCD and the mid-rise on my Predator'ed LCD Angel. I love them. I've already ordered another mid-rise for my 05 Speed that should be arriving in a couple of days.
and the no-rise can be used on guns like automags
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