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Number of Reviews: 5
Average Rating: 9.6 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $35

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Fits STO cocker, grips the hopper, keeping it from falling off the marker. Lightweight, and strong. Replaces the stock unit, and looks good doing it.
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The Chipley Custom Machine Feedneck 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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CrazyDriver84 Tuesday, August 1st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Q-locks, twist-locks, etc.
Marker Setup: Black Pyscho Ballistics Superbolt
Black E2
Black Dye UL
Black Air America Mesiah
Black NDZ on/off rail
Black Belsales ram w/ QEV's
Black Palmer Rock
Black CCM Feedneck
Custom Bolt
Smoke Halo
PE 68/45
Strengths: Looks good, not too expensive, Holds the hopper well.
Weaknesses: Only hex adjustable, but see review.
Review: It is a great feedneck, especially for only $35. It does its job very well with little hassle. It is only adjustable through the hex key, but I found kind of a "sweet spot" where I can get my loader in and out fairly easy, but it will still hold my gun from falling if I were to pick my set-up from my loader and shake it.
Conclusion: If you are looking for a cocker threaded clamp neck this is my favorite.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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trroth Saturday, October 8th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
stock freeflow feedneck
Marker Setup: Yellow Freeflow Millenium Autococker Body
Kapp Trigger Frame
Macdev Gladiator
CCM LPR
Belsales Hollowpoint 3-way
Belsales 44 Mag. Ram
Belsales Rex Dialer Kit
Jackal Machine Bolt
CCM No-Rise black
System-X Slider
Shocktech Beavertail
Full Evil Pipe Kit
Black VL Egg
Crossfire 47/3000
Strengths: Holds hopper tightly. Looks great.
Weaknesses: Only Hex adjustable.
Review: Well about 2 weeks ago i decided to buy my friends egg off of him so that he could buy an Empire Reloader B and he had his egg sanded down a lot to fit his ion feed. Since it was sanded down, the hopper swung in circles on top of my gun. Therefore the next day I took the 50 minute drive to the best proshop around and started lookin at feednecks that they had after lookin through reviews on here. They had a CCM Low-rise and a WGP that was unannoed. The CCM was silver w/ a blue band on it, but my gun is yellow/gold so they didn't look overly great together. Also the workers at the shop told me it was the necest feedneck available in their opinion. So i ordered an all black No-rise. Me and a couple friends and my brother went over to play today and immediately upon entering the shop he handed me the feedneck and i handed him 38 dollars. So i put it on my gun and went out to play. It took me a minute to tighten the feedneck down enough to fit the hopper but once it was tight the hopper didn't move one bit. It lowered my hopper buy about 3/8 of an inch and looks awesome.
Conclusion: It does exactly what a feed is supposed to do. I am glad I bought it and it was worth the money.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Fortality Tuesday, September 13th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
wgp clamping, lapco, shocktech
Marker Setup: Vengeance 4.0
CCM Clamping
48/3000psi PE HPA
Egg2
Strengths: Looks, Durability, Holds hopper tight.
Weaknesses: Only allen wrench adjustable
Review: I bought this feedneck directly through CCM and was marveled by there service will do buisness again! This feedneck looks awsome and does a great job on holding your hopper in place. You can walk around holding you hopper without worring if its going to come undone or not. The only thing i didnt like was when my gun chopped and i had to dig around for an allen key to get my hopper off. otherwise this product has no other flaws.
Conclusion: Great Feedneck definately buy one!
Rating:
9 out of 10
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cheapchi Tuesday, July 19th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Lapco Spyder Clamping feedneck
SureFit Spyder feedneck
Stock Alias Clamping feedneck
Marker Setup: 2k4 Alias Intimidator
14 inch Freak
Bob Long micro gauge
CCM STO no-pro feedneck (1 inch tall)
Custom Products regulator, rail and on/off
ACI Bulldog III HP 68/3000 carbon fiber tank
Dye Rhino tank cover
Strengths: One half inch lower than the stock, no sore hands from twisting and looks great.
Weaknesses: Cuts down on your vision above gun and allen key adjustable ONLY.
Review: I wanted to lower my hopper on my setup. This feedneck brings the hopper down and makes my setup tighter. With the hopper lower I can torque it faster and shoot with less of my hopper exposed when I shoot. With the stock feedneck, my hopper would often come up alot sooner than I could see and shoot. I also had my hopper twist or fall off with the stock feedneck two or three times. Its not fun to have to mess with your hopper after a superman slide into a bunker. An added bonus is that the width of the CCM feedneck is smaller than the stock. While the height does cut down on your vision, the width does make up a little because it is easier to see around when you sight down the top of your gun. I also dremeled down my Halo's neck by about half an inch to take full advantage of the lower profile. It does not make sense to avoid this step. I was also forced to sand the feednack down a bit to allow for the best fit. It was a tedious but necessary step.

I also have to mention Melissa and Mike at Chipley's Custom Machine's great customer service. They made correcting MY mistake so easy. I originally bought the wrong type of feedneck. The Alias no-pro was not compatible with my Autococker feednecked Alias. I emailed them with the situation and they simply told me to ship it back with a note and they figured out which one I really wanted, called me to confirm, replaced it AND shipped it back. I just had to pay to ship it to them. Now THAT is standing behind your product.
Conclusion: I recommend the CCM STO Autococker feedneck. They are beautifully produced, function extremely well and add alot of serious style to your setup. I give it a rate of 9, only because I know they will make better and more beautiful accesories in the future.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2005 at 3:16 pm PST
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Ride2Live2Ride Thursday, December 30th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
-Hi and low rise wgp
Marker Setup: 02 green fade Orry
- Check It Uni-mount
- CP reg w/Die Gauge
- CCM feedneck
- Dye 72 ci 4500psi tank
- Revy

Strengths: -Super strong hold
-looks nice
Weaknesses: - You need a allen key to adjust it
Review: 50 words is a lot for such a small part, but none the less here goes. The CCM clamping feedneck I have is smaller and is a lot nice than that in the picture. It tightens down with the use of a allen key. Once on it is basicaly impossible for your hopper to fall off. You can grab you gun by the hopper and use it as a bat and the hopper will not come loose, although I do not sugest trying this. The only downfall may be is if you forget your allen keys at home and want to change hoppers. But if you need the hopper off to fix a jam you can just unscrew the feedneck from the gun if you dont have a allen key. Another thing is if you over tighten it, there may be a very small chance of breaking your revy shell. Although that has never happened to me.
Conclusion: All in all this feedneck keeps you hopper on and and you in the game. Its another great additon to the autococker and to any gun.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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