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Hostile_Apostle Monday, September 19th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
stock feed neck
Marker Setup: 2004 WGP Outkast
Shocktech SupaFly bolt
Smart Parts AA Freak 12"
Dye drop w/ on/off
PMI 68/4500
eVLution II w/ Y-board
Strengths: Solid construction
Easy to tighten/ loosen
Adds a nice custom touch
Weaknesses: Didn't accomidate my Egg
Review: I was a little disappointed when I discovered my loader wouldn't fit snugly into the stock feedneck, so I decided to invest in this feedneck. At $35, it seemed like a reasonable price, and I have always been a fan of Shocktech products, so I went ahead and ordered it.

When it arrived, I eagerly swapped it onto my gun, threw on my egg, tightened, and... no difference. It would not tighten enough to fit my egg's feedneck. This pissed me off to some extent, but I realized I could wrap some electrical tape around the bottom of the egg's neck, then tighten the feedneck, solving the problem. Although it's a pain in the ass and looks tacky, it gets the job done.
Conclusion: If you have an egg, I'd advise against getting this. Other than that, it's a solid neck, so I give it a 7, for all the mental anguish it put me through.
7 out of 10

Review Comments
TIMP Sunday, January 29th, 2006 | 12:17 pm PST
it fits my eggy fine. mabey your eggy feed neck is sanded down. cause i have no problem.

BambooStar Wednesday, June 7th, 2006 | 6:49 am PST
Other than electrical tape, you can paste a thin layer of contact cement on it (or another type of hardening glue *don't recommend crazy glue as it cracks and flakes off*. obviously, wait until it dries and try sticking it in the feed neck. if it still slips, apply another thin layer. if it's too big to fit, you can sand it down again a little bit.

looks and works better than electrical tape

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