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ta2maki Monday, March 6th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
CiP no rise clamping.
CCM low rise.
Lapco clamping.
Trinity t-lock
Marker Setup: AMG Classic
14" Dye Titanium Boomstick
CiP Assault block
Mac Dev Gladiator reg
Dye 750 psi mini gauge
Hybrid Hedlok 2, lever clamp feedneck
Bandit LP Bolt
DH Titanium Striker
32* spring kit
Custom highflow valve
Custom, low profile eye covers
CP rail drop
Dye Sticky 3 grip
Apocalypse Thrasher trigger
50g switch
T-board w/ upgrade chip
breakbeam eyes
Kila V2 magnetic ball detent
Shimmed solenoid
Lightened body
CiP Dragon Snatch grip.
Halo B
Crossfire 70/4500 peanut tank
Dye tank cover
Strengths: Lever Clamping.
Slick looking design.
Nice quality.
Weaknesses: Lever is short.
Hard to find.
Review: Before I start my review, let me comment on the poor reviews sent by others. The guys complaining that thier hopper fell off were ions, the have a threaded feedneck, very different from the spyders that have screwed down feednecks. Also if you use a threaded feedneck you need to use locktite. Now to the guys complaining that it didn't hold their hoppers, this FEEDNECK IS ADJUSTABLE. it can hold pretty much all hoppers. Now on to review...

This is the best feedneck to come out so far. It allows for maximum grip without having to use tools. It is close to CCM quality and matches newer gun styles better than the flat sided look of the CCM. If you have a regular sized hopper you will want to tighten the feedneck some, this is done by tightening the screw down on the opposite side of the lever on the clamp. For oversized hoppers like a halo b, you will need to take the clamp off of the feed neck and carefully open up the teeth. Then reassemble the feedneck and adjust the lever. I wish that these came in a no rise version, it lower than then stock but not as low as the ccm.
The only problem I found on this feedneck is the lever. They made the lever small to keep a low profile, but this makes it a little harder to lift the lever to remove your hopper. This will not be a problem for adult men. But for younger kids and girls, they may have trouble flipping the lever. For the weaker ones, the trinity t-clamp is a better option.
These feednecks are pretty hard to find, I could not find any online and got lucky as my local proshop managed to get one. But I haven't seen another since.
Conclusion: This is a very well thought out product, it is designed with both performance and looks. If you can find one, jump on it!
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, March 6th, 2006 at 11:32 am PST

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