This T-Lock Clamping feedneck will allow you to install any hopper plus it will lock in place so your hopper won't be falling off while playing. Available in many different colors. This Feedneck will fit the Smart Parts Ion, Impulse, Shocker, Nerve, and many other clones.
The Ultimate Fusion Designs Ion Clamping Feedneck is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Product Use:
More than 5 years
Similar Products Used:
Stock Ion feedneck
Smart Parts Q-Lock
Smart Parts ION (Brand new, not yet upgraded)
SP 360 QEV
UFD Clamping Feedneck
UFD Magnetic Roller Trigger
48/3000 PMI Pure Energy
Halo TSA Backman
Appears to be well made.
Umm, the little ziplock baggie it came in?
TSA Hopper falls right out.
Requires allen head wrench for adjustments.
I just bought this marker setup after a few years away from the sport.
I ordered this online, and everything in the marker setup above came in one kit, all for only $319-.
I figure, even if I only keep the Ion, PMI Tank and QEV, I got my money's worth.
Everything works great except for this feedneck.
Tightened as far as it can go, the hopper falls right in and out.
I know the TSA is known for having a small neck, so maybe this will work for other hoppers with fatter necks.
I'll need to wrap the neck with electrical tape if I want it to stay.
Believe it or not, the stock Ion neck works much better, and that's a joke.
I have since purchased a SP Q-Lock and this fits the hopper beautifully.
The hopper fits tightly and there is NO chance of it ever falling out.
Comparing the Q-Lock to this feedneck, the quality is very similar.
This feedneck does not offer a thumb nut for adjustment... it has a allen-head set screw.
You'll need an allen wrench to adjust it.
If you have a hopper with a fat neck, maybe this will work for you.
Giving it a 5 (Average), cause it looks like it may actually do it's job if it wasn't too big for my particular hopper, and appears to be well made.
Maybe tape would help, but spend the extra $10- and get a Q-Lock
5 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, February 16th, 2007 at 7:55 am PST