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team_evasion Wednesday, November 14th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
function feedneck, ccm, hybrid
Marker Setup: 2k5 alias
techna trigger
infamous board
ND Timmy
pred. board
cp reg
Karni with e2 frame.
Strengths: Clamps the hopper well, no sanding of feedneck needed.
Weaknesses: I have the blue one and anno doesn't match the stock blue anno.
Review: Well after using almost every kind of feedneck avaliable for timmy's this has to be my favorite over all, followed by the ccm but they don't have a lever and look ugly. This feedneck is well built and holds the hopper well, and is easy to open or close the lever when needed. My only complaint is the blue anno is lighter than the blue that comes on timmy's so for those who like to match it doesn't so well. I would recommend over the hybrid though everyone of them I have had are harder to open and if you don't sand the feedneck they are hard to get the hopper out.
Conclusion: Conclusion I would recommend this feedneck if you are looking for a new one. I am giving it a 9 simply cause of the anno issue I have with it.
9 out of 10

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