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shadonite Tuesday, August 7th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
Kingman plastic hopper adapter ( poor quality and high profile )
Stock feedneck on ProMaster ( did not hold hopper well )
Marker Setup: -Red Indian Creek Designs Promaster w/Black Accents
-Empire Custom 2 peice 12" Barrel
-CCM No-Rise Clamping Feedneck
-Empire Vegas Grips
-System X Drop forward w/ On/off
-eVLution II w/Z-board
Strengths: Hold's hopper nice and tight
Color matches my marker perfectly
High quality
Weaknesses: Have to use allen wrench to adjust clamp ring
Rather pricey
Review: I managed to get the No-Rise feedneck with a red clamp ring for $28 and it was worth every penny! This feedneck holds my eVLution 2 hopper perfectly. With my old feednecks, the weight of all the paintballs in my egg2 would cause the hopper to rotate around. That is no longer the problem with this feedneck. This feedneck holds my hopper so well, I would probably crack my hopper before I can manage to move it around. Also, the black feedneck with red clamp ring matches my ProMaster's color scheme PERFECTLY. There is no difference in the shade of colors, so it looks really good.

The only things I don't really like is that you have to use an allen wrench to adjust the clamp ring. I would have perfered a lever, but that's alright. It's also a bit pricey. The price I payed ($28) was the lowest price I could find online for a NEW one. Then again, almost all clamping feednecks on the market now cost about as much as this one.
Conclusion: This is a great feedneck. If you don't mind using an allen wrench to adjust it, it'll work perfectly for you.
9 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, August 7th, 2007 at 9:41 am PST

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