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Old 06-01-2012, 04:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angel Threaded Springfeed

I've seen a few springfeeds in the AGD picture thread and from my research Noxx did a run in 2008ish. I've also see the BT rail mod to accept the BT springfeed and rip clip, but I don't like the look. What I'm looking for is a removable angel threaded springfeed so that I can switch when I want from open to springfeed using a ULE body. Anyone know of any stock feeds or an easy mod that doesn't take machining?
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Old 06-01-2012, 05:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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^This^ Want this so bad! I was going to try and make one using a cut down feedneck. I also need one for an ion.
How does the spring feed for an Empire Sniper attach?
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^This^ Want this so bad! I was going to try and make one using a cut down feedneck. I also need one for an ion.
How does the spring feed for an Empire Sniper attach?

around the feedneck i thing.. like clamped down on the feedneck
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i had a very similar question...

Angel Threaded Cram&Jam Feedneck?
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Oy, 2012 and the entire industry is Hell bent on feedneck-as-structural-component still.

If I were to do this, I would make use of the existing mounting holes in the RTP rails to bolt on plates that go up and mate with a spring feed of your choice. This avoids the need for threading a feedneck and getting things lined up altogether.

At one point, I had drawn up some adapter plates for an ACP 2.0 to go on a warp-left body with modified rail, but never could get them made.
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^^ thats a good idea right there. Or if you are using a Tac body you could do this:

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^^ thats a good idea right there. Or if you are using a Tac body you could do this:
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