This is a very well made feed from white wolf. for those who want a custom look, or a sturdier gun this is for you. it can be anaodized to match, or if you like how it looks it will pimp your phantom. i personally dont really care for the looks, but it will stop the problem of your feed from coming off in a game. the gun is a lot surdier. its also a good length, holds about 12. the only downsides are weight, price and a tad hard to see balls.
seeing balls? its not that bad, but if i had an option i would make teh slits about twice as big.
weight, its a phantom, so its a super light setup, but the feed does make it noticable heavier than a regular phantom.
price- about 70. you gotta ask yourself how much you want it over a regular feed which does teh exact same thing (without teh 1 peice sturdiness)
great product, great wat to pimp out or customize your phantom. very well made and does its job. in terms of just judging teh product (not considering price) i give it a 9 (slits could be bigger, or IMO a little better looks). other than those petty things, it could be a 10. if you like the looks, consider my review a 10.
Backbottle/12G CO2 Source
One Piece Feed
Wide Angle Red Dot Sight
It's extremely strong, nice looking, and can be anodized to order.
Noticeably heavier, expensive, harder to see paintballs, and it has trouble with a backbottle.
The White Wolf Airsmithing One Piece Feed for the CCI Phantom is an excellent system. It holds twelve balls plus one in the chamber. I'm very happy with mine! My acrylic feed parts shattered after taking a fall. This is why I replaced it with the One Piece Feed. It is much, much stronger and it looks very nice. The item feels solid in your hands and is quite chunky. Because of this, the One Piece Feed is heavy. Noticeably heavier than the regular feed. Aside from that, the system is very expensive if you're not upgrading directly when you buy your Phantom from White Wolf Airsmithing. Because of the viewing window, it is more difficult to see how many paintballs you have left. This could be a bit of a problem to some people.
One thing I've always had trouble with concerning the normal feed is backbottle compatibility, as the burst disk would scratch the tube surface if I didn't bend it upwards. The One Piece Feed has to be completely removed to install a backbottle. It can be put back on after the bottle is installed, provided that the burst disk isn't pointing directly upwards. It's frustrating.
Yes, there is still a dovetail rail on this feed. It provides just as much freedom as the regular feed's rail. The rail is also very durable.
I recommend it to anyone who owns a Phantom. The item is well designed. WWA should redesign it to more easily accommodate a backbottle, though. If you change your bottle every game, then you might be frustrated by this feed. However, with a Phantom, a bulk CO2 bottle lasts a very long time. Besides, it only takes one screw to remove the feed. The weight added to the marker bothers me a little bit, but it's worth it. If you're staying as light as possible, use a standard ten round feed. Also, 70 dollars is a lot of money. I think it should be a lot cheaper, personally. The standard loader works just as well; it just isn't as durable or nice looking (to some.. I like the acrylic look.).
Good product. I recommend it to anyone who's worried about damage to the feed.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, October 10th, 2006 at 11:49 pm PST
J&J EDGE Barrel Kit 16"
1200 Psi Gauge
BSA Optics 30mm Red Dot site
This feed is great, it is a nice one piece so i won't come open on you in the middle of a game. Also it looks great!! It adds a nice look to your Phantom. I reccomend this to anyone with a Phantom! GO buy one from Joe at WWA!