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SqUiShEe Monday, April 23rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Stock Epiphany Feedneck
Marker Setup: Stock Epiphany
LAPCO Feedneck
48/3000 Steely
Strengths: Stays on
Wont become loose or wobble
Rotating screw-in
Weaknesses: None(see review)
Review: +++
Very small, so the hopper isnt too high when peeking
When its screwed in, it'll stayin
When the allen key is tight enough, it will not budge
Some may say the allenkey-tighten system is a weakness, but I think its better this way,
some other push-to-lock systems may have rubber or grated grips which dont work at all.
The tightness of the rotating clamp keeps the hopper in place, very effective.

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I honestly cannot see how this product will fail me in the future, it doesnt have clamps or levers which could be broken off, or grated metal/rubber grips that will wear off.
The allenkey locking system may seem a bit troublesome by other reviews but its definetly a + in my book, compared to levers and hand held screws it cannot fail you.
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Conclusion: This product is better than other feednecks such as Q-locks for
Safe, Tight Grip(no wear and tear on the hopper from grated metal in the feedneck)
Rotating allen-key screw grip
10 out of 10

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