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veedoubleugee Monday, November 1st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
a bunch of clamping feednecks (this is the best so far)
Other Toys: FS7(backup),(2)Zenitram Venom Bushmasters & Lasoya Promaster
Strengths: Top quality, helical cut is unique, priced great, lifetime warranty (read review body)
Weaknesses: Um....didn't return my email but thats about it. (read review body)
Review: Well, I have 2 of their feed necks. One is a bushmaster threaded standard no rise and the other is a impulse threaded pro no rise. When I got them, they were packaged nicely and came with some ccm stickers. When I examined the feed neck, I noticed that the cuts were very clean and that there were no burs by the threading. The anno was perfect on the pro but the standard had 2 different shades of black anno on the clamp and the actual neck. The clamp had a nice dark black anno and the neck was a few shades lighter. You canít really notice it unless you stare at your gun as much as I do (im sure you all do) but im pretty sure no one else will notice it.

If you look really close you will see a few tiny little silver ink spots by where the "CCM" was written. Once again you canít really notice it unless you stare at your gun as much as I do and im sure no one will notice it. I think itís pretty nice.

The helical cut is something you will not find on another clamping feed neck (I havenít seen one yet). Instead of vertical cuts by the fingers the cuts are at an angle. I donít think it holds better b/c of this cut but I think it looks good.

The standard bushmaster no rise has deeper threads then the impulse pro no rise. I prefer the bushmaster threads b/c I can use more LocTite and this gives my feed neck less of a chance of coming loose and turning my hopper.

The standard no rise also has a deeper cup. This seems to clamp better then the pro no rise. The pro no rise will still let my eggy hopper spin if I twist my hopper. The standard no rise has a pit-bull vice grip, it will break my feed neck before it lets that sucker go.

The pro no rise is better suited for a halo, b/c of its fat feed neck. It will hold it good and tight but not as well as the standard.

The pro no rise is sexy

More function or more looks, you choose.
Conclusion: Not perfect but still the best. Until something better comes out, all my markers present and future will use CCM feed necks. Itís a great feed neck and its priced better then most feed necks. Check out the website b/c they ship quickly and have great prices. Im happy with my purchase and I will purchase again. Unless of course they donít answer another one of my emails...j/k lol.
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, February 18th, 2007 at 4:33 pm PST

Review Comments
kenty37 Saturday, August 20th, 2005 | 8:10 pm PST
does an impulse feedneck fit a bushy???

cooper16 Wednesday, September 7th, 2005 | 1:51 pm PST
i dont think they do they might but all i know is that they fit impys and piranhas

veedoubleugee Tuesday, December 13th, 2005 | 5:00 pm PST
the imp feedneck will fit

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