Replaces your stock breech and allows you to use Barrels that use the .9275-20 TPI threads (same as autococker markers)
Same threads (imp/ion/shocker) for the feedtube (not included).
Killa Detents MAY not work.
The Lucky Paintball Autococker Threaded Ion Breech is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
ION w/ all american barrel, SP360 QEV, CCM feedneck, CP trigger, Palmer Fatty reg, New Designz on/off bottom line.
Does not work
Out of thebox I was very happy with the look of the product.
On install, the first thing I noticed was the new breech was a very tight fit into the stock body.
Second issue, the SP360 QEV is too tall to fit in the frame with the lucky breech.
A little work at the drill press and I have made room in the frame for the QEV.
reassemble and test.
Very eradic velocity. Some balls did not make it out the barrel. Bolt moved very slow. Replace battery, check dwell, check pressure. Nothing helped. Put the stock breech back and everything works fine.
Comparing the stock breech to the Lucky, I noticed that the outer diameter of the lucky breech is larger than stock and the inner diameter is smaller. Also the internal finish of the breech is a dust (rough) anno job which makes no sense. If I pick up the stock breech with the bolt inside, the bolt will drop out. Not only will the bolt NOT drop out of the lucky breach, but I can hold the bolt by the tail and the lucky breech will NOT DROP OFF THE BOLT. This is with the same type/amount of grease on both breechs
I found my dial caliper and checked the lucky and stock breech
Stock ID .775 OD 1.222
Lucky ID .775 OD 1.245
So yes the lucky breech is bigger around than stock which will cause issues with the 360QEV. But I was wrong about the ID being smaller. The bolt takes MUCH more force to move in the lucky breech and the only thing different is the finish on the inside. The lucky breech has a rough dust finish rather than the stock polished smooth.
So its not the oring, its not the size, its the finish.
While the milling looks good, it does not measure up.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 25th, 2006 at 2:55 pm PST
3ht pimped ion:
vp scythe trigger
v-locity select force loader
redz clamp neck
hybrid asa on/off
smart parts pro touch grips
smart parts 360 qev
new designz breech w/cocker threads
techt L6 bolt
stiffi 14" one piece
warped sportz lucky 15 barrel kit
aka 2 liter plus lp inline reg w/ med. cap
macdev 06 leigonair lp 68/4500 w/cover
macdev gauges top/bottom
macdev spreading rail
With the stock breech i was able to run a dwell of 12 with the reg set at 110 psi shooting 280fps. after installing the lucky breech the gun would not fire at all. i had to run the dwell up to 20 just to get the bolt to cycle. with the dwell over 24 i could get the gun to fire but every other shot would just roll a ball out the end of the barrel. i removed the lucky breech and installed the new designz breech and was able to return my gun back to the original settings of 12 and 110psi.
If you want to waste your money on a product that will make your marker a gas hog and get poor customer service to boot i recomend you get the lucky breech for your ion.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, July 28th, 2006 at 10:29 am PST
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Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
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