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    Duckslide feeding issues.

    I've recently picked up a secondhand duckslide, installed it on my phantom and took some shoots in my yard. I ran into some issues with jamming. a second ball was falling halfway into the breach and causing a jam. Im running a freak barrel and no other detents. I feel as though the problem comes from my using a less then perfect pump stroke, harder and faster seems to reduce the occurrence. Any tips or tricks on how to reduce or eliminate this problem?
    Thanks in advance.

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    #2
    Don't rock it.

    Originally posted by MAr
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    Originally posted by Axel "coffee-fueled, beer-cooled."

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      #3
      did you check/adjust the feed port to breech opening by adjusting the pump rod with it 'racked' back.

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        #4
        This is actually a common problem due to the way the stock class feed is connected to the slide pump. This rasies the feed to cause a gap that allows the next ball to kind of push the first one in and cause jams/chopped balls. I had this problem a lot. People often say its just something to get used to, but 4 people in my team had the Duckslide and we took a long look at how the build creates the problem. The solution was to cut the Duckslide feed top where the stock class feed attaches right off. This gets rid of the gap and it will feed just like any other phantom. If you are a little more gentle you can still play with the Duckslide as it, but its not going to be a rapid fire stock class machine. You will need to take a little more care when you pump if you leave it.

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        • Grendel

          Grendel

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          Dealing with this and the more I play with my Duckslide I just do best with least amount of issues is to take my time with deliberate loading the next round with a slight barrel down position. Considering right now of milling my Duckslide to allow feed to be reattached to the body vs the pump.

        • 808Jackal
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          Yeah I had almost sold my Duckslide because of this but I had an awesome machinist help me with mine. It just depends on how you play as well, since if you have the time to carefully pump, its fine. One of my team still uses his as is. He's quite deliberate about his shots so he takes the time for each. The other three guys chopped the top like mine.

        #5
        I rock mine forward to have the paintballs roll forward over the feed hole. Then I rock it back so that all the balls roll back towards the feed gate. This leaves one ball sitting in the groove right above the feed hole. I pump it at this point. Take a shot and repeat. This is the only way I've found to eliminate pinching a paintball while moving the pump stroke forward.
        Last edited by frd333do33; 09-16-2020, 12:49 PM. Reason: grammer mistakes.

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        • Lt. head-shot

          Lt. head-shot

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          Exactly how I shoot my Duck and how Reduxes get pumped. Once you get used to it, you're good to go!

        #6
        Originally posted by frd333do33 View Post
        I rock mine forward to have the paintballs roll forward over the feed hole. Then I rock it back so that all the balls roll back towards the feed gate. This leaves one ball sitting in the groove right above the feed hole. I pump it at this point. Take and shot and repeat. This is the only way I've found to eliminate pinching a paintball while moving the pump stroke forward.
        This right here. Because of the lip once a ball is over the chamber it is likely to stay there.

        I will also say that personally I pump the gun not the slide. I hold the slide steady, move the gun forward and then back to cock it, this creates a bit of a bump moving the balls into the chamber as well.

        Try some different techniques before you cut it up. It's a different tool that requires a little different technique. Some like it some only think they will.
        Originally posted by MAr
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        Originally posted by Axel "coffee-fueled, beer-cooled."

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        • frd333do33
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          That's a technique I've never heard of before. I will try that next time. Sounds like a killer technique to hold the slide steady and pump the marker. Thank you for sharing!

        #7
        Thanks for all of the info guys. Im still new to stockclass so adding this as an additional handicap is a bit of a bummer. I'll keep the duckslide as is and play with it a few times before doing anything drastic. Maybe even consider this one being my pistol (without a stock) and using my other phantom as a longer setup. Maybe in the future we could do a thread on how to cut the duckslide for the direct feed mounting.

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