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Racso Tuesday, August 9th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Stock Neck
Clamping Necks
Other Twist-tighten necks
Marker Setup: WGP STO Autococker
Shocktech LPR
FreeFlow Ram w/ QEVs
Shocktech Back Block
Shocktech Supafly Bolt
ACI Velocity Adjuster
Heavy Hammer
Shocktech Bevertail
The Grip
VL Evo 2 w/ Z board
Torpedo Drop & On/Off
ME’LEE 68/3K
Strengths: -Holds hopper well
-Looks good
Weaknesses: -May get too tight on feed neck (read review)
Review: I have this neck on my cocker, and I have mixed feelings about it. First, lets talk about what it is built to do: hold the hopper. It does a GREAT job of doing so. I've never even had my hopper turn after running, diving, jumping, etc.

However, my disapointment comes AFTER playing. Sometimes the neck can be almost imposible to untwist in order to get the neck off. Every now and then, i've even had the whole neck start to twist off the body, but still be stuck to the feed neck. Eventually it comes off, but its just a pain.
Conclusion: works great, but a pain to get off. I think it deserves a 7 becuase it worked great for me, but just has some issues that needs to be fixed.
7 out of 10

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