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.
CP roller trigger
CCM Heli Clamp Feedneck(no pro)
Ego Star Reg
Holds Hopper Tight
Nice and Short
Needed Loc-Tite to Keep feedneck on
This is a great feedneck hold nice and tight look amazing..like all CCM products but im upset because at first i did not use Loc-Tite to keep it on and my hopper and feednek came off together in the middle of a game. It spilled my balls everywhere and Scratched my new(at the time) V35 Halo
Smart Parts 360 QEV
Smart Parts Firebolt
Shocktech mini drop
Freak Jr. Kit
eVLution II loader
PMI 45/4500 HPA
Good grip on the hopper
Screwing and unscrewing
I picked up this feedneck after my stock feedneck about drove me crazy. I've been quite satisfied with it, the only thing that gets old is having to tighten the screw and loosen the screw to put on or remove the hopper. It's no big deal at all, but now I wish I'd waited and ordered a clamping feedneck instead of buying this out of aggravation because, with a clamping feedneck, once it's set, it's set. The prices of feednecks are all generally the same, so you can't really go wrong with one or the other.
I wouldn't talk down on this feedneck, but I wouldn't go out of my way to recommend it. It's more of a preference thing.
I bought this almost a year ago for my Ion. I did it at the time because I had heard that CCM made some high quality products, and my friend had one that he liked.
I used it without a problem for a few weeks until one game I needed to clear a jam from the top of my breach. I had to take off the hopper to do this, but because an allen key is required to undo the clamp, I couldn't release it.
If you really need to, you can twist your hopper in the direction of the cuts in the feedneck, but then can't get the hopper back on...
Great feedneck in all respects except for the time you need to undo the clamp during a game. Great hold, nice look.