The concept has fast become a necessity in the tournament world today. When your marker is equipped with a CCM Feedneck you just feel better and when you feel better you play better. Now you can run, jump, and slide into your bunker without that ever-nagging feeling of losing your paint supply. Many have tried but nobody has topped the Trademark CCM Clamping Feedneck, so if you want your performance to be the best it can be, a CCM Feedneck should be your next upgrade! The CCM Feednecks come in two sizes, and are available for the following markers: AKALMP, Angel, Auto-cocker, Bushmaster, Impulse, '02 Intimidator, Matrix as well as Spyder. We will be offering our feednecks for other markers in the near future.
# Mid-Rise: 2"
# No-Rise: 1.5"
# Mid-Pro: 1.5"
# No-Pro: 1"
# Note: Angel "No-Rise"and "No-Pro" will not allow breech to open.
The Chipley Custom Machine CCM Heli-Clamp Feedneck is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Kingman plastic hopper adapter ( poor quality and high profile )
Stock feedneck on ProMaster ( did not hold hopper well )
-Red Indian Creek Designs Promaster w/Black Accents
-Empire Custom 2 peice 12" Barrel
-CCM No-Rise Clamping Feedneck
-Empire Vegas Grips
-System X Drop forward w/ On/off
-eVLution II w/Z-board
Hold's hopper nice and tight
Color matches my marker perfectly
Have to use allen wrench to adjust clamp ring
I managed to get the No-Rise feedneck with a red clamp ring for $28 and it was worth every penny! This feedneck holds my eVLution 2 hopper perfectly. With my old feednecks, the weight of all the paintballs in my egg2 would cause the hopper to rotate around. That is no longer the problem with this feedneck. This feedneck holds my hopper so well, I would probably crack my hopper before I can manage to move it around. Also, the black feedneck with red clamp ring matches my ProMaster's color scheme PERFECTLY. There is no difference in the shade of colors, so it looks really good.
The only things I don't really like is that you have to use an allen wrench to adjust the clamp ring. I would have perfered a lever, but that's alright. It's also a bit pricey. The price I payed ($28) was the lowest price I could find online for a NEW one. Then again, almost all clamping feednecks on the market now cost about as much as this one.
This is a great feedneck. If you don't mind using an allen wrench to adjust it, it'll work perfectly for you.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 7th, 2007 at 9:41 am PST
I picked this up to tighten up the profile on my Imagine. I had a Check-it slip on feedneck on there already, but it was a little tall and didn't clamp on. I bought it on Ebay for 25.00, and I'm glad I did. Install takes about 2 minutes, and after that you're set. It's really light, works excellently, and looks good too. CCM has obviously taken the time to make a quality product. My only gripe is the pricetag, but you do get excellent quality for the money.
A definite buy. Get rid of the crap stock plastic elbows. Get rid of tall feednecks. Tighten up your gun, make it look good, and secure your hopper with one of these. A+
I bought the no-pro version straigh from chipleymachine.com. This feedneck is the best i've ever used. If you get the no-pro, i suggest you cut your halo/reloader's neck to minimize profile. This is an extremely well made product. This is definitely one of the first ups you should get for your gun. It hold your loader nice and tight and will not let go!
It's definitely worth the price. No-pro version ftw! You will love it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 22nd, 2006 at 10:51 am PST
CCM Heli-Clamp Feedneck
Shocktech On/Off Bottomline w/ Rail #1
VL eVLution II (VL Revvy as back-up)
ACI Bulldog III 68 ci/3000 psi
No cam arm
This is a slightly cheaper version of clamping feednecks. Its a no rise feedneck so it keeps your gun on a low profile. it can sometimes get annoying to keep screwing it wider or narrower but it works just like any stock clamping feedneck most low-end guns come with, so unless u have used one of those before, this shouldnt be a problem. though a cam arm wouldnt hurt....
Its a good buy if your loader doesnt fit on the regular feedneck. that way you dont have to tape or sand down the feed tube on the hopper. i would give it a 10, but no cam arm puts it down to 9
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, July 18th, 2006 at 10:23 am PST
stock Ion feed
spyder vertical feed
spyder diagonal feed
Smart Parts Ion
Empire Reloader II
47/3000 crossfire tank
CCM clamping feedneck
Vforce Pro Vantage Mask
Fits large hopper necks
Made by CCM
Requires allen wrench maybe?
WOW! KICK @55 product! best feed on the market. Holds hopper very well without choking the life out of it. Keep in mind I've never really used other clamping feeds so i dont have much to compare it to. But the heliclamp design is awesome. Well worth the money for any gun. i got mine for $35. I am using an empire reloader II which has one of the widest necks out there and the CCM clamp had no problem fitting or gripping my hopper. NO SANDING!
Buy it now! Its a must especially if you have an expensive hopper.
Twist feednecks - like on the Timmy, Angel etc
Clamping eclipse deftek feedneck - stock on ego
06 Black ego
Hybrid camo grips
holds that loader on regardless!!!
Not a thing
I had a CCM no rise on my shocker. Mates had the qlock from SP or the one from ST but I choose this one cos its simple, sexy and does the job.
Yeah u need an allen/hex key to do it up, but its the same with my ego. You do it up at the start of the day and then ya don't need to worry about it. If u need to remove your loader during a game - use better paint or new batteries!!!!
straight up, no fuss yet styly too. These guys did it first
Stock Ion Feedneck
Stock Omen Feedneck
Stick Spyder Feedneck
Lapco Bigshot 12"
Easy to use
Heli Clamp style
Price, but is worth every penny
We all know that the Spyder feednecks are very high. The feednecks raise the hopper two inches higher than any hopper should. They only fasten in one area, not evenly. The cheap plastic might worry those with high-end hoppers such as the Halo/Empire B, eggy hoppers, and various Ricochet hoppers. Thankfully, CCM has designed a feedneck that solves those problems and adds more features, so you can have an optimal compact setup with your hopper.
The CCM feedneck revolutionizes the idea of probably the best overall feedneck, for Spyders at least. It is very low, is easy to use, durable, incredibly sturdy, and utilizes the HELI CLAMP style of securing the hopper.
Height- The CCM feedneck is very low on the gun. It is less than half as small as the stock feedneck provided by Kingman. You will notice an incredible amount of empty space where your hopper used to be with the old feedneck. Now, you will have a 40% less chance of getting hit in the hopper.
Easy to Use- Ok, its a feedneck, not that complicated. I am not sure how easy it is to install, but to use, it is very simple. One allen key (Hex Wrench) is required.
Durable- This feedneck is not cheap plastic, but a light kind of metal. Most likely part of an aluminum alloy composite. This feedneck is very strong and it won't break unless you screw around with the fastening threading below it.
HELI Clamp- The heli clamp system is a very effective way of fastening the hopper. When you tighten the screw, the whole circular opening of the feedneck closes. The stock Spyder closes only by the screw. The CCM evenly closes as a whole so every part of the opening wraps around the hopper tightly, and evenly distributes the tension.
This is the best buy feedneck for the Spyder marker line. It is very effective and will last you a great while. It is a necessity for electric hoppers. The price is worth it.
Smart Parts Ion
Diablo Frontman Hopper
Dead On Drop
CCM No-Pro Feed Neck
Crossfire Stubby 70/4500
VERY Low Profile!
Great looking and well made!
Allen Key to adjust
Overall this is a very well made and great looking feedneck! If you opt for the "No-Pro" then you will be getting a very low profile, nice looking feedneck that will complement your marker very well. I do have one issue and that is when I put my Diablo Frontman hopper into it and clamp it down it will not tighten all the way down on it without me putting a couple of wraps of tape around the hopper neck. Other than that it is a nice buy.
If you are into looks and a shorter feedneck then it is well worth it, although the allen key adjustment and the issue with the taping the hopper is a small shortcoming.
Custom Products Long Regulator
Dye Boomstick(12" and 16")
CCM No-rise Heli Clamp feedneck
CIP Sweet-Spot trigger
12v Revvy w/X-board
Shocktech Spring Kit
T-board w/ eyes
Used by pro teams
I recieved this feedneck from ActionVillage about a weel ago. I took it out to the field, and i can't complain. Much lower profile, which is one thing that I really wanted. It is strong. made of metal. This is the one thing i needed to make my spyder better.
GREAT product, i recommend this to anyone who is sick of the plastic feednecks, and crummy adapters that wiggle around everytime you rapid fire.
Stock Super Bolt Feedneck
Plastic feed clamps (Spyders)
Psychoballistics Super Bolt
Bob Long Torpedo Regulator Chrome
32 Degreees Macro Line twin right elbow kit
Halo B w/ Rip Drive and Z-Board
32 Degrees Carbon Fiber Barrel 14"
PMI PureEnergy HPA Tank 88ci 4500psi
Smart Parts Bottle Armor
Teflon to further seal the threads
New Designz Micro Rail Combo
Slik Lite Cocking Kit
CCM STO NoPro Chrome Feedneck
Grabs and never lets go
I bought this for my Cocker and wow, this is amazing. Not only is it stylish but it's look and price reflect it's ability to clamp onto your hopper like no tomorrow. Now my Halo B looks flush mounted with my gun and it's absolutely beautiful
The Anodized Clamp was sturdy and very nice with the CCM logo on it.
I only opted for the NoPro because i wanted to get the lowest possible rise possible and with CCM it was possible! If you want a feedneck with a bit more "kick" in the visual category, go for the NoRise feed as that was my second if my supplier had no more NoPros in stock.
I would highly recommend this feedneck to anyone with any gun. CCM/Chipley makes feeds for all types of guns out there!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, December 20th, 2005 at 7:42 pm PST