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Old 12-14-2011, 09:58 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Millenium Spyder feednecks

Does anyone remember how to tell if a milly body is pressfit or threaded? I have a milly that I put a new feedneck on awhile back but cant remember how to tell. just bought two more bodies and want to put clamping feednecks in them.
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they are bushy threaded feed necks, at least all of the ones I have had have been
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I can tell. Its more a matter of what shape the feedneck has.

This is a threaded feedneck. Keep in mind they are bushmaster/defiant threading. Not angel, but that being said you can use a angel feedneck if you are really careful threading it in. the threads are lose until the last turn & are easy to strip using a angel feedneck.


If the body had a press fit the diameter changes is 90 degree angles instead of rounded like the above pictures it is press fit. I cannot find a good picture of a press fit feedneck body.
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I know that millys are bushy threaded I put an aka one on my milly a few years back I was just curious what the difference was. its been a while. Thanks cougar Ill add your description to my old milly thread for any others that may have the same question.
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