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BST Designs CCI Phantom Stock Class Feed

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  • __Z__
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    Originally posted by Chuck E Ducky View Post
    Aluminum feed gates are cool. Any way you can design them so the take the regular sock lock style feed gates. I don’t like the Oring retention design. I don’t see that oring lasting long and I don’t want to have to concentrate on reloading. I would buy multiple gates if they took the standard CCI style speed feed.
    Chuck, have you watched my video?

    From the testing I've done between a typical gate and the oring, the oring imo is much easier.

    As for gates using the typical gate, there's no current plan to run any, but we'll see what happens. I plan to continue to run more feeds, so it's a possibility.

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  • Chuck E Ducky
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    Aluminum feed gates are cool. Any way you can design them so the take the regular sock lock style feed gates. I don’t like the Oring retention design. I don’t see that oring lasting long and I don’t want to have to concentrate on reloading. I would buy multiple gates if they took the standard CCI style speed feed.

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  • __Z__
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    Want to make sure everyone knows, the gates ARE universal.

    Updated with latest info and pics.

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  • __Z__
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    They will interfere, my design rides directly on top of the top tube, while our tube will clear just fine (assuming the dropout changer is the same diameter as the upper tube), the gate, will hit a dropout.

    However, with a longer center tube section, you could in theory clear a dropout changer.

  • dano_____
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    Just curious, but does this fit with a drop out valve? I know the cci one piece does not and needs a custom feed gate to work.

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  • __Z__
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    Op updated with all the latest.

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  • __Z__
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    Also, as I bumped to 40 spots, I have 6 spots left if anyone wants one let me know.

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  • __Z__
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    Big update.

    We've finished up out feed gate design and will be running it in line with the feed tubes. Seeing who would be interested in one to go with their tube. Its 35 more without a stock phantom feed gate, and 45 more of you also want the phantom feedgate. If you don't want one at all, no harm, just going to give all the guys buying tube feeds first dibs. Also, if you would like any extra BST gates with the order let me know. I am cutting 100, and they are compatible with factory tubes.



    After talking with Vindicate, after approval on Wednesday, he's going to start hammer out parts, things could start showing up at my house as soon as late next week.

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  • __Z__
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    Update, first piece proof is done. Will be in my possession early this week. Pics to follow it's arrival...... its $$$$.

    Following sign-off production will begin, should be completed within 1-2 weeks.

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  • Chuck E Ducky
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    Perfect 👌🏼

  • __Z__
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    Originally posted by SignOfZeta View Post
    I’ll take your word for it...but it simply is not visible in any of your pictures.
    Ask and you shall receive.
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  • SignOfZeta
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    I’ll take your word for it...but it simply is not visible in any of your pictures.

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  • __Z__
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    Originally posted by SignOfZeta View Post
    Am I missing something or is there zero shape to this thing to keep it straight? Is it held in only by the screw?
    It's keyed as a factory one or mongo feed would be, I have the model shaded not showing edges, therefore you cannot see the U channel that runs along the bottom.

    The easiest way to tell is using the section view here at the back. You would see an edge on the bottom as well as the top if the tube was perfectly circular. You can also see the different in material thickness between the top and bottom of the tube.

    Little faith guys, a little faith
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  • Chuck E Ducky
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    Looking at the rendering it looks that way. This may move around a lot if it’s bottom Profile is not keyed into the body like the other Stock class feeds. That’s a good point.

  • SignOfZeta
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    Am I missing something or is there zero shape to this thing to keep it straight? Is it held in only by the screw?

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