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it looks good. It holds the hopper so tight that i can pick up my gun by the hopper and swing it in circles. Its very cheap ($15). The only thing i could think of that is not good is that you need an allen wrench to adjust it, but that doesnt bother me beucase i dont adjust my hopper in-game. My freinds twister feed on his impulse doesnt hold his hopper nearly as tight.
Spyder E-99 avant, Check it Al feed neck replacement, SmartParts Teardop barrel, Ricochet AK, Check-It sure fit feed adapter, Dye Throttle 71ci fixed N2 tank
Fully adjustable for your hopper
This adapter is great, finally one that will let me mount my Riochet AK without either a lot of force or a lot of play. It slips on securely and is tightened via a small set screw. This has both lowered and tightly secured my hopper, which are both good things. My only couple of complaints would be the cost, $25 is a lot for a small slug of AL, and that the screws aren't standard allen wrench sizes. I think they are metric, but fortunately have a comprehensive set of star screw drivers of all things and two of those fit the small set screw and the larger clamp screw. All in all, it is worth the price, just be sure you have or can get the right screw driver bits for the two screws on it.
If you are having trouble getting your hopper to be secure get this and you will never have to worry about it again!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 2nd, 2004 at 6:32 am PST
Spyder XTRA, rocket valve, Maddman spring kit, Spudnukl low pressure bolt, Mac Dev Gladiator 04 Regulator, Psychoballistics Bullet Drop, Crossfire 68/45 HP output fiber, ESP Frame, CIP surefit clamping feedneck, Evolution II y-board, All black Evil Pipe
secure clamping of hopper
I tried an ANS feedneck. It was impossible to get my Evo2 secure because the ANS was so tight. I couldn't get my Evo2 all the way into it. With the CIP surefit it doesn't matter what hopper you have, once you tighten down the clamp nothing is going to move. I can't believe how secure my hopper feels. Oh, and the anodizing seems like it's really well done.
In addition it lowered the overall height of my hopper. If you have the proper tools you can cut down the guns feed neck slightly and lower your hopper even more. Or you can cut down your hoppers neck slightly.
My only complaint is that they should make a one piece, low or no rise. I would prefer a feedneck that secures directly to the gun like the ANS but with a clamp. The only product that fits this description is also more expensive. NDZ has designed a no-rise adaptor that installs like the stock neck. However, you then need to buy an impulse threaded feedneck to attach to it. So it's becomes a 40-50 dollar item.
Buy this product. Check it Products makes great aftermarket parts. This clamp will take your mind of your hopper when you're sliding into bunkers. In addition you can cut down your spyder neck and hopper neck a bit for a really low profile hopper.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, February 4th, 2004 at 5:15 pm PST