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Old 01-22-2014, 02:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just wondering if anyone has tried to make a stick feed or crane and jam that will thread onto a cocker feedneck like my orracle. Let me know thanks
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I don't know that I've seen a cram'n'jam with female threading like an Autococker feedneck, but I've seen them in male Angel threading and there are "universals" that fit like a feedneck. The thing to keep in mind is that your marker will not be "Stock Class" or "Modified Stock Class" legal because the feedneck will be long enough to hold more than one shot (likely 2 or 3) in line to be fired without rocking while cocking.
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Okay and yeah I know it won't be "legal" but I don't care because I don't play tournament style anymore, Hell I've never even seen or heard of one coming up here in so cal, but if some one is willing to try to make a stick feed with female autococker threading id be interested definitely
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There is a pvc elbow at the hardware store that is just right for that.
With a little effort I was able to thread it onto my cocker feed threads, the other side fits a CCI Phantom feed tube perfectly.
I'll try to grab some pics when I get home.
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I think its a 1 inch male to 1 inch female pvc 90.
its a high flow 90 so there is no restriction for the paintballs.
The Phantom stick has threads that grip tight inside the male side or you can press in 10 rd tubes.
the female opening was smooth but i just pressed hard and turned it onto the cocker feed and it started to make its own threads.
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Exactly what I was looking for I will go look for one now! Thanks
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