Smart Parts Q-Lock Ion: while not as sturdy, the clamping function was much more secure.
Proto Matrix Rail '09 stock Clamping Feedneck: better looking, much sturdier and more secure, but the twist screw was very difficult to use with big fingers.
Proto Matrix Rail '09, Claret Dust
Dye Rotor, Red
Guerilla Air 68/4500 HPA
Dye Rhino Tank Cover, Red
Smart Parts Ion Pro
VL Evo3 with Z-Board
New Designz Skeleton Bolt
S.P. Freak Barrel 12"
New Designz Spring Detent Kit
New Designz Razr "Silk" Rolling Trigger
Rises higher than expected
Doesn't hold loader securely
While the construction of this feedneck is pretty solid, and the clamp is easy to use, the mouth is simply too wide to accommodate some loaders. Even at the tightest point, I was unable to hold an Evo3 at all, and my Dye Rotor would swing around though it didn't pop out. I tried the O-ring trick around the neck of my loader, but the teeth inside the mouth of the feed protruded too far to get the O-rings down inside the neck once on the loader.
I was able to get one for a really good price, but since it won't hold any of my loaders I ended up wasting my money. Even though it was a "low-rise," it added almost a half-inch compared to the PMR's stock neck.
Might make a good feedneck for people with large loader necks, or who like a little more rise. But people with loaders like Rotors or Evos definitely won't be able to use this product.