The New Warrior Spyder feed neck is a great addition for any Kingman marker. The feed neck is easily installed by removing the stock feed tube and screwing this one down. The Warrior feed neck locks 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 Spyder Clamping Feed Neck is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
I purchased this feedneck to hold my hopped down so I don't have to use a plastic feedneck. While this was being shipped to me I was holding my hopper down with hose clamps right onto the stock feedneck.
I was disapointed to find out that my jimmyriged feedneck was holding the hopper a good inch lower than the warrior feedneck.
It's a great feedneck, as soo as you clamp it down that hopper isin't going anywhere you have to be carefull if you tighten the screw too much you will break your hoppers neck because it's so strong, but because it's an inch taller it makes it a tad bit top heavy but still allot better than the plastic feedneck.
It looks great, and yes the finish does get beat up in the usual areas like the tabs because the screws tighten the feedneck to the body.
I'll also like to note, This is also one of the cheapest feednecks out.
Edit: Nov. 28th I have discovered that the tabs that hold the feedneck inplace in the body are a tiny bit smaller than the stock feedneck tabs resulting in the feedneck itself wobling on the body. Garbage only use this feedneck to hold a gravity fed hopper. I originally gave this product a 8 but now 4. Just spend an extra 10dollars on a better feedneck.
because I wasn't incredibly wowed i'm not going to give it a 10 but because it doesn't do anything wrong....
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4 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, November 27th, 2006 at 11:01 pm PST