The New Warrior Ion feed neck is a great addition for any Ion marker. The feed neck is easily installed on any Ion marker by removing the stock feed neck. The Warrior feed neck screws into place and securely holds any hopper from a small neck Revolution to a large neck Halo. The adjustable clamping arm locks the hopper into place and will prevent it from falling out or rotating. This is a must have for any player who wants to have the best gear and the least trouble on the field.
Machined From Light Weight Aluminum
Adjustable Cam Locking System
Securely Fits All Hoppers On The Market
The Warrior Paintball Ion Clamping Feed Neck is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
CP 2 piece 14" barrel
Viewloader EVo y board
Air America 68/4500 lp tank
Sometimes can loosen so must tighten after games
I love this thing, i wasnt planning to spend 30$ on just a feedneck so i was looking for something cheap, i went to ebay and found this things, it looked great so i bought it for 16$ and it rules! So far no problems except every once in a while it will loosen on its on, but other than that its great.
Go buy, its the cheapest thing on the market for and one of the best quality
SP Ion Blue
Warrior Clamping Feedneck
Pshychoballistics Bullet Drop
SP 360 qev
pretty tight fitting
My egg slides around
I just got this feedneck today and i also used it fer the ferst time today. i got this feedneck on eBay for like 20 bucks, a deal i couldnt pass up , i slapped this feed neck on with extreme easy ness and i was off to the field. i noticed that this was not the tightest fitting feed neck but with the money i saved buyin this i bout some painters tape and rapped it round the feed neck. this sloved my problems.
This is a great feed neck at an even greater price. Buy it
Smart Parts Ion
Lucky S4 w/ Mac Noid
Halo B w/ Rip
Pure Energy 68/4500 Tank
Proto 14" Barrel
Orang ADF Detents
Nice Anno Job (for the price)
Holds hopper extremely securely.
Correct Allen wrench not provided.
I got this in a package deal with the Warrior Trigger and Bolt. I installed it upon its arrival, which was really simple. Take off the old feedneck, clean the threads, carefully apply a tiny amount of blue loktite, and put the new one on. Simple as that. It seems pretty strong so i do not worry about puting my Halo in it very tightly. It does not allow your hopper to move as long as its in this thing. the only downside is that it doesnt come with the correct size allen wrench, because it doesnt match any of the Ion allens. But this is not a problem for me because i invested in an allen kit for PB a long time ago.
Excellent feedneck for the price. And what pain is it to go and buy an allen wrench kit. (everyone should have one in their PB toolbox)
I got this for 7 dollars with ship on ebay. it was used and came with the stock neck to. so pretty much 2 for one deal, even though the stock neck sucks. i instaled the clamp neck then put my halo on it and i was really happy what i got for 7 dollars. out in the it performed. i slide n to bunkers alot and my hopper is always hitting the bunker. but the neck did not budge. 10/10
Its really up to personal choice, but if you want to get a cheap clamp neck without paying 30 for it go with this i like it so might you.
Ion, 360 QEV, 14" Freak, Warrior trigger, T-Board, Sidewinder, Dynasty Body kit, Warrior feedneck.
A-5 with a Stock, new foregrip, and a 16'' J&J
Holds my Eggy and 12v Revvy
Doesn't comes unscrewed
Anno doesn't match the Warrior trigger anno.
Doesn't come with allen wrench
I got this feedneck and the Warrior trigger together. This thing really does it's job. I don't know what was wrong with the poster's before mine, but with the correct allen wrench, you can really grasp what seems to be most hoppers. I only had my Eggy and 12V Revvy available, but they both were held perfectly. I tried to fling them out by shaking the marker, but they stayed exactly where they were. The one minor, minor problem with this product is if you get the blue Warrior trigger, the anno may not match. My feedneck is a royal blue, while my trigger is more of a navy blue. I personally don't care, but I figured some people may want their marker uniform, so I thought I would let you guys know. Also, you may have difficulty adjusting it if you don't have an allen wrench set, because it does not come with its own.
Beyond that, this thing really does it's job well. A slight notch below the CCM No-
Pro in my mind. I give it a 9 for mismatch in anno and failure to supply the correct wrench.
Smart Parts Ion
48cu 3000 psi
Easy On Button
Warrior locking feed
the rest is still stock but soon to be upgraded
Could be a little lower profile
First i will start with the problems with the stock feedneck:
-very tight, could barley get my loader in there
-o rings in the feed can break very easily (some actually prefer to take them out)
So i went out to the local proshop after i broke one of the o rings in the feed neck. I figured that it was time to upgrade to a locking feedneck instead of wrestling with the gun every time i need to take my hopper off. I went up there and they had this one and a smart parts one. This one was a better price plus it was black so it matched my gun. I decided to buy and luckily i had my gun in the car because the stock was a b***** to get off. Turns out that smart parts must buy locktite really cheap cause they glob it on there. In the end the guy at the store had to use a vice and it chewed up the old neck pretty bad. So i would definatly recomend that you try to get a proshop to intall it just so you dont have to fight to get the old neck off. Once i got home i popped in my hopper and it worked out pretty well the next day at the field
Overall this is a great product and works perfectly for my loader
Black Ion, Blue Warrior feedneck, Blue Halo B, White War Feed, Pure Energy 3000 psi Tank
Cheap, Durable, Nice looking
None that I could find other than loostens after games
This is a very good clamping feedneck for the money. They come in all colors like black, dust black, blue, red, and silver. It is easy to put on and works like most other feednecks on the market. it looks just like the Hybrid clamping feedneck but it isnt a big name like Hyrbid. I havent used this feedneck much but so far it was my best buy for my Ion.
If you dont want to spend a lot of money then buy this.
J&J 14'' ceramic barrel
warrior clamping feed neck
72 in hpa tank
veiw loader evolution 2 with z board
Even when totaly tightened my hopper slips back and forth
I like this feed neck alot and it works good but the only problem is that when i put my hopper in it is'nt totaly tight and slips but its easy to fix i just wrap the base of the hopper in teflon tape until its snug. another small problem is that once its snug and full of paint it screws in and out when i tilt my ion left and right but i just use a little lock tight so it stays put.
Basicaly i say that if you looking for a good cheap feed neck that requires a little work this is the way to go.
Ion, warrior feed neck, cp on/off, cp 1.5 inch razor drop and evlution 3
It shortens the hopper than the stock feed neck, and the clamping on it.
No grip inside but still can hold the hopper in place.
This feed neck is really good. Even though it doesn't have any grip inside of it, it can still hold the hopper in place you just have to tighten it. Also you can get it in different colors.
But it doesn't really sit high either its shorter than the stock feed neck. So well there is nothing else to say except you should one for your ion it works great.
You should get it cause its just really good. Good for the ion.
well my friend has this feed neck on his ion, and i was messing around with it. I found the feed neck to be extremely low, a good thing. I did think the feed neck had a weak clamp arm and the clamp arm was pretty short. The finish on it was very nice, the gloss looked good.
It was also a very cheap feed neck
Overall though it was pretty nice.
EDIT: my friend did something and now the clamp is extremely nice!
rating changed to a 9!
It was nice and cheap, but had a few weaknesses.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, April 5th, 2007 at 7:52 pm PST