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bunkerking420 Wednesday, July 28th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 6 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
The stock feed neck on the Orracle
Marker Setup: '04 Orracle Red to Black fade
WGP Twist Grip feed neck
PHAT on/off ASA
Evo 2 w/z-board
Nitro Duck 68/3k. Tank
Strengths: Looks
Works great
Weaknesses: Sometimes comes loose(no biggy)
Review: The Twist Grip feed-neck is really helpful product. If your Autococker can't accommodate the hopper your using because its too big for the feed-neck, this is an answer to your prayers! If your the type (like myself) who doesn't want to sand down their gun or hopper this is a must have. I use an egg 2 and it just simply wouldn't fit in my stock Orracle feed-neck. All of my friends told me that I should just sand down my hopper. I didn't like the idea, and then I heard about the Twist Grip feed-neck. So I bought one and threw it on my Orry. Problem solved!

It looks great and it holds my hopper on with ease! But if you have a gun that doesn't have an interchangeable feed neck, then you out of luck. And putting on your hopper has never been so easy. All ya do is loosen it a little, put in your hopper, and tighten! Oh yeah, it looks very flashy on any cocker. One more thing, don't let your buddies mess around with it! A friend of mine overtightend it and I had the hardest time trying to get it open. Idiot.
Conclusion: Buy it if you don't want to have your hopper sanded down or your new gun. It looks great, holds your in hopper securely, and works like a charm! At around $35.00 you cant go wrong!
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, August 13th, 2004 at 10:25 pm PST

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