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GhostLeader 101 10-01-2012 08:22 AM

ccm feedneck options
 
I don't post much on this forum. But I already know you guys have a lot of information and goodies. One of them being the CCM section and staff as forum members.

My thread today is about feednecks. I am looking at feedneck options. I see some pictures of guys having 2 feednecks (one on marker, one to the side) matching their pump. Why would you have 2, difference in the 2 is beyond me. So I ask what are the options.

I read Spoons thread about endless ccm options. He mentioned 4 but I heard there could be a 5th option (not including cram and jam) where can I see pictures and get a description of these feednecks?

If I had a T2 (waiting for new job to place order) I would want a App 50 hopper, a sportshot (snapshot?) hopper, and revy. Maybe even a mod hopper of the 3.
So now that you know my hopper type maybe that'll narrow down feed neck options.

Thanks guys for patience and help.

Also I am looking for hopper mods, revy and 50 rd hopper. So if you want to write a how to you can leave it here or link it

crazyorigin 10-01-2012 10:25 AM

I really like the standard feedneck myself, if feeds great, looks great and clamps on everything great.

Many people like the low pro or the no pro feednecks because they are low profile. I like a taller feedneck because with a gravity hopper they feed much better, i also never cut down my feednecks on the hoppers themselves, low profile is not worth the loss in feeding with a gravity setup, keep em tall. Look at early 90's and mid 90's mech setups, most any serious player had a tall feedneck for more ball stacking.

They also had a Winchester hopper feedneck, which IMO is the best pocket hopper ever made, i wish you could still readily find them. Many people would order a couple feednecks in anno to match their marker when they ordered it so the colors would be a true match, if they are from a separate batch of anodizing they may not match up.

GhostLeader 101 10-01-2012 01:04 PM

I would love to see some photos of all these different configurations

crazyorigin 10-01-2012 07:54 PM

Check through the CCM Picture thread stickied at the top of this section, there should be examples of all of them in there.

CCM CHICK 10-02-2012 04:09 PM

2 Attachment(s)
Here are feedneck rises we currently offer.
Please let me know if you have any questions.

~Mel @ CCM
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senghing27 10-02-2012 04:17 PM

The no rise is fantastically awesome.

crazyorigin 10-02-2012 04:58 PM

I see a red stapler like the one in Office Space. Every time i see one of those i think of that guy saying "If i dont get my stapler back, i am going to burn this place to the ground"

CCM CHICK 10-02-2012 05:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by crazyorigin (Post 2492406)
I see a red stapler like the one in Office Space. Every time i see one of those i think of that guy saying "If i dont get my stapler back, i am going to burn this place to the ground"

LoL! That is EXACTLY why I have it! One of the best movies, ever. ;)

ApoC_101 10-02-2012 05:45 PM

Office Space freakin rules :D

Neurosis 10-02-2012 07:00 PM

And again a proof, women are able to multi task...
Mel uses two Keyboards aaaaand I think a Phone at the same time Oo
EPIC!!!


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