New From Python Paintball
From the folks that have brought us the Python Compression System (now iFit),
A new feed neck for Tippmann A5 users.
The A5 Feed Neck is a paintball's first helical feed neck. The internal helix was specifically designed for attaching power feed hoppers to your A5 or X7. The system is made out of a high strength plastic with an aluminum clamp for durable lasting performance.
Check out the A5 Feed Neck product site!
Allows you to use powered force feed hoppers
Bolt on design is easy to install
Low profile design makes you a harder target
Helical path for smooth unobstructed paintball flow
High strength plastic body and aluminum clamp
Increased air efficiency
The Feed Neck includes:
- The Feed Neck Assembly
- Necessary Tools and Hardware for Assembly
A5 / X7 Helical Feed Neck [A5/X7 Feed Neck] - $69.95 : Python Paintball, Give Your Balls A Squeeze
I know this doesn't make the most sense, but I have always wanted an A5 with this style feed neck to put in place of the cyclone. I would probably only use my Proto loader so the functionality wouldn't be that much of the point so much as personal aesthetics. Good to see a novel product!
Edit: In a similar vein, I've also wanted to put a cyclone on a RF Cocker!
Interesting... not sure if I find it $70 interesting though
I would definitely stock them in my store if they had a lower price point. $49.95 would be a much easier sell for customers.
It's easy to make stuff in the USA and still keep reasonable pricing. Something I have learned getting ready to go into production on stuff myself.
It really depends on how many the produced in their production run to set that price.
I'm surprised it has taken this long for a company to make one of these. The A5 has been out for 10 years and X7/phenom has been out for 6/2 years how have they not made something like this for 10 years.
I recall seeing a similar product a few years ago but you had to snap off the hook to use it and it was pretty blocky.
EDIT: heres a newer version of the one I saw before, but you dont have to snap off the hook on this one.
This isn't new its been around for a while.
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