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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 9.5 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $60

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A+ Clamping low rise feed for the WDP Angel. Keep your loader tight with the A+ clamping feed neck!
Product Availability 
The WDP Clamping Low Rise Feed is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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drg Wednesday, February 23rd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
CCM Clamping Mid-rise
WGP non-clamping necks
Marker Setup: Mini Turtle cocker w/E1, 14" Evil Pipe, 68/45 Crossfire
Bushmaster SI 14"
Sidekick Stock
Strengths: Aesthetics
Design-see below
Weaknesses: Quality control?
Review: First off, I am not sure why this feed neck is listed as a WDP product, to my knowledge this is the A+ Paintball clamping feed neck.

I got one of these in an A+ cocker body kit, and it's a very nice-looking feed neck. The height is about perfect and the milling is pleasing. It's a little sharp on the edges inside, but IMO that helps "grab" the neck of the loader. Adjustability is good; I fit both my old Revvy and my Egg2 on without any sanding or other gymnastics. The finish (anodize) is acceptable, but not quite as thick and glossy as some others I've seen.

The tool-less design is the main reason I use this neck. There are occasions when you need to take the loader off when you're not at the bench.

The downside: the original feed neck I got had a problem with the threading (body side). The threading is already a little thinner than other necks (particularly the CCM I tried), so I think tolerances stacked up and my original neck didn't thread properly onto the body. It ended up stripping. I sent it back to A+ and it was replaced free of charge; good customer service!

My replacement threaded in okay and it is now functional. I am pleased overall with this neck. One little niggle -- paint can get up in the threads between the clamping collar and the neck, and it's a bear to clean it out. It doesn't really bother me much.
Conclusion: If you get one that fits right off the bat, you're all set. If not, A+ will fix it for you! Recommended.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, February 23rd, 2005 at 12:25 am PST
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Phaelon Veritas Thursday, November 20th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
stock feed neck , custom machined feedneck with set screws
Marker Setup: Dark IR3,WDP lady drop w/ Ideal on/off twisted volumizers , speed trigger, A+ clamping feedneck , Sanchez machine SM-1 modular barrel , Halo B
Strengths: Tool-less tightening stylish milling available in chrome!
Weaknesses: Price is a bit high minute metal shaving found in between collar and feedtube
Review: The feedneck has good looks and solid performance it does everything it was designed to do it keep the loader tight on your gun and ensures a proper ballstack lineup to my halo. I thought the price was a bit high however it's functionality is well worth the cost. I noticed when I recieved my fedneck I had to unscrew the collar and wipe down the feedneck because it still had tiny metal shavings (obviously from factory milling) between the locking collar and the feedtube. ALL in all I believe there are other products on the market that work comparatively well on there are no spring steel bands to overtighten and being able to remove the loader from the feed tube on the field without tools has it's advantages. As well this rise is available in chrome.
Conclusion: It has definately met my expectations and fulfilled my needs. I am very happy with my A+ feedneck.I would recommend this feedneck to anyone seeking a tooless clamping feedneck.
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