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  • Grendel
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    Is there enough meat at that point to print as two separate pieces and connect with pins and adhesive for added strength?

  • Chuck E Ducky
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    I like the gloss

  • XEMON
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    Ok, some updates!

    Got some gloss carbon tube to try out ...
    And should have the last of the hardware tomorrow.


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  • JeepDVLZ45
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    We should be able to keep it within SC 2.0 rules.

    When I ran my original APOC feed (not spring Fed) with a 15 round tube, it held 23 rounds between front and rear combined. I ran an 8” Deadly winds barrel and. 15 round CCI front. So it was just outside he StockClass 2.0 rules….

    however, with my current setup, I’m running a freak back with Doc’s tip. I’ll need to shorten my front tube a bit to make it work. I won’t run stick feed rear, I’ll try to stick with something fixed to keep me compliant

    I’m hoping that puts me to the 20 round mark to keep it within SC 2.0. If I have to, I’ll put a spacer in.

  • chrislognshot
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    i have question will this not make this true stock class now since have extra stick feed on gun.

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  • XEMON
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    I might try it if I get a wired print I can't use ... Didn't though about the temperature ...maybe I should have added it? I'm in California, so it s about 95 today

  • JeepDVLZ45
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    You should shove the next one in the freezer first for round 2…for science!

    My first one broke taking a close range hit playing in the cold.


    23 shots is impressive though!

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  • XEMON
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    Ok, broke one on "destructive strength test" today. Only got a small part of the process in video (the end where it break) ill post it if i can figure out how ...
    I knew the weakest point is where the mounting bolt is, so this is where i shot it.
    All the shots were at point blank directly into the center of the feed block, from about 4-6" away.
    It took 23 direct shot before it gave ... this is a lot more than i expected.

    Here is my "setup":


    "Action shot":


    And the break:


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  • Foster
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    Dude!
    Apocs feed is by far the 100% best non OEM phantom upgrade I have ever experienced.
    if he is out (and I believe he is) please take the reigns and do it up. IIRC the springs were from D-Mags and the tubes were sourced.
    I have used acrylic for rock back, there is a ton of CF tubing out there too. Go for it.

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  • MrFakeCanadian
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    I would be very interested, especially if there is going to be a spring feed version

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  • Chuck E Ducky
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    So Fancy….

  • XEMON
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    Pictures of the carbon fiber feed added.
    I'll attempt a video of the first destructive test tomorrow.

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  • XEMON
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    Thanks, 2 of there are going into destructive test.
    Printing the ones for carbon fiber tubes now ...

  • NONOBLITUS
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    Looking awesome !!!!!!

  • XEMON
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    Printing the first 5 "pre-production" feed block.
    the only difference are the bolt on the side: they are black and flush to the block.
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    The carbon tube is a nice fit too:
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    Last edited by XEMON; 07-17-2021, 07:09 PM.

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