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Coaxe Sunday, April 8th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
-Q-lock feedneck
-Shocktech clamping feedneck
-Redz cam-lock
Marker Setup: -Smart Parts Ion
-Virtue board
-QEV
-Virtue easy on/off power button
-Redz Firebolt
-Lapco clamping feedneck
-14" All American
-Dye Stickies grip frame
-Redz ion body kit
-Smart Parts on/off ASA
-CP shorty regulator
-New designz blade trigger
Strengths: -Holds hopper in place very tightly
-Hopper won't fall off
-Ultra-low rise
Weaknesses: -You have to use an allen wrench key to open and close the feedneck.
Review: This feedneck made by Lapco is probably one of the best upgrades you can get for the Ion. It is essentially the same as the q-lock, if not better! To operate it, you take your 9/18 allen wrench and screw it enough so you can put your hopper in. This takes more time than a lever-locking feedneck, but this is no major issue at all. Once you have tightened it enough, it holds onto your hopper and dosen't let go, no matter what. It is also about $20 dollars cheaper than the q-lock. This feedneck is also very low rise so it won't make the hopper a big target.
Conclusion: Overall a great product, defenitely worth getting. The only reason it got 9/10 is because it does take some time to open up the lever with an allen wrench.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
rdcolts29 Friday, September 24th, 2010 | 10:17 pm PST
I just got this feedneck but i can't find a 9/18" allen wrench. Are you sure that is the right size?
   

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