Made out of delrin (POM) for better slide attributes.
With the enclosed different springs the ADF's can be individually adjusted to any kind of hopper without getting ball double feeding.
The ADF's are guided by the springs to prevent deadlock.
The Orange Paintball ADF Detents are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
Ion with Smartparts On/Off ASA, New designs feeneck, CP Reg and Smartparts S-rail
Spyder E-99 Avant with Hybrid feedneck, dye Sticky Grip
Bob Long Ripper Timmy with CP reg, custom bolt, CP on/off ASA
XSV SL66 Ego stock everything except Sim-1 Orbium barrel kit
Phantom Pump all stock
Easy to install
I bught these detents after my stock ones wore out, like the first guy, they were at a low cost and I've heard good things about the company so I thought I would give it a try, installation was easy but I was surprised that they need a sticker to make sure they stay in place, a bit worried at first I followed the directions and everything worked great, it comes with 4 springs, two light and two heavy, use the heavy ones for Halos, etc and the light ones for gravity/slower hoppers
After putting them in, I shot a bag of paint through them and had no problems, the next day I played a full day of practice with them and no problems, I didn't have to lube them up or anything, great detents
Great product, good choice for a detent upgrade or replacement
Red Ion Pro
SP rail w/ on/off
PE 68 4500
ER 20/20 Echo
Last alot longer than the stock detents
Two spring strengths
Good anti-double feed
Need to be lubed
Light springs may not work (see review)
They weren't too hard to install. All yo need to do is take out the stock ones, lube these ones a little, put the springs on, and stick the sticker things over the hole that you put them in. I chose the light springs since I have an egg, but if you have a halo, or vlocity, or pulse, you should probably use the stiff springs.
They seem to do their job well. I did have alittle problem where one of the detents started sticking and lube wouldnt do the job. All I did was put in one of the stiff springs and that fixed it. Overall, I havn't had any double feeding isues or anything.
Pretty good detents, don't really have to worry about double feeding. I give it a 9.4 (9 rounded down) because nothing is perfect and the sticking issue.
~Black SP Ion~
Warrior Ion Feedneck
NDZ EZ on-off ASA w/ rail
Orange ADF detents
Critical RPM Trigger
NDZ pro EQ bolt
~Comes many springs of various tensions
~Need to be lubed
Alright, well I got these detents one day and I liked how they came with many springs. There are 6 springs (3 pairs), and they all are a different strength. So you can put in which ever ones are best. I use the weakest ones right now, since I use a vlocity jr . Someone with a Halo may need to use the stronger springs... I don't think any other spring detents come with differently strengthed springs (correct me if I'm wrong though).
Now, they work amazingly. They do just what they need to do (prevent double feeds) and they do it well. The detents are made of delrin too, which is good since delrin reduces friction. Much better then the stock detents IMHO.
The only problem is that the detents may get stuck and jam into the detent hole thing. Which is what the other guy said in his review. Just lube them before putting them in and this problem is gone.
These detents are great! They have different springs for what ever loader you use. They are high quality, and the jamming problem is nothing with some lube.
I would give these a 9.5, but since there is no 9.5 I will give them a 10!
Smart Parts Ion
Halo B w/ Rip
Pure Energy 68/4500 Tank
Orange ADF Detents
Warrior Clamping Feedneck
May jam if not lubed.
I got these because my stock detents were worn of course. I was going paintballing the next day so i needed new ones. My local shop had these, the NDZ detents and Kila Magnetics, but the guy reccomended these over those. They cost me $20 which was decent enough. I went home and followed the included instructions for installation. They kept on jamming up on me though. I thought they had to be broken in or something so i just left them. I went and played the next day and was having double feeding once in awhile. Sometimes a ball would start to double feed and then stop, and the eyes didnt see it, so i had to turn my eyes off and shoot it once, then it would be fine for awhile, then do it agian. I got sick of this and decided to lube them to try and stop these problems. What a difference!! They work perfect now and do not jam up or doublefeed anymore whatsoever. They are fine for dry firing since they are made of delrin and are slick as lubricated ice. Included are two different spring rates, stiff and light. There are two of each so you can mix and match or whatever. I use the stiffer ones since i use a Halo.
Just lube em up and they are grrrrrrreat!!! Definitely a good investment if you have a Halo.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, October 17th, 2006 at 7:38 pm PST