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Old 04-20-2013, 02:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dropout, causes one piece feed to rise UP

so i just put a dropout changer on my phantom and i love it however when i use it with my once piece feed, the feed cap cause the feed to rise up. this causes a few problems and concerns such as its no longer a true stock class marker, and im worried about stripping the threads on the screw. What can i do to combat this issue, one idea i have is to sand down the feed cap but wouldn't this affect the actual gate inside the cap?

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Old 04-20-2013, 03:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You can take a file to the bottom side. There is enough material left for it to be plenty strong.
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This is what I did with mine...

The answer is yes you can cut/sand/ the feed cap and not worry. I had to go to a bit of an extreme...but it still worked perfectly.
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Even if you accidentally hose it, the feedcaps are cheap to replace. Just call Mike and tell him the story, he can hook you up.
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brew, is that phantom running 12 grams? it always makes me laugh when people have guages on stock class guns.
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I run a bulk tank. It was on there when I traded for it so I just left it.
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brew, is that phantom running 12 grams? it always makes me laugh when people have guages on stock class guns.
The gauge is actually handy, especially if you're going to occasionally put a 3.5 or 4oz c02 on.
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You can grind all the way through the bottom of the CCI Feed cap in order for it to lay flush on top of a dropout.

You will need to cut the part of the feed gate ring between two of the 3 feed gate fingers too.

And you will need to use a piece of tape or some easy to remove glue to make sure the feed collar stays put if you jam a tube in there and pull it out cockeyed.

Other than needing to secure it down, it works 100 percent.
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