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    Threading on feedneck

    I have a RT ULE Custom top feed and my adjustable is stripped. Luckily it is the feed neck and not the body but I can not remember what the threading is. I have been told it is angel and I have been told it is Cocker. Seeing as the barrel is cocker I am assuming the feed neck is cocker as well. However I have people telling me that it is angel until they are blue in the face while others tell me it is cocker. So I have come here for the answer since AGD is closed for several days and I can't call them. Any help is greatly appreciated BUT PLEASE PLEASE do not post an answer unless you are 110% sure.
    Last edited by AGD Mech Pride; 07-03-2008 at 02:12 AM.

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    cocker feedneck threads are male on the body.

    Ule body's feedneck are angel threaded.
    Barrel is cocker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruler_Mark
    cocker feedneck threads are male on the body.

    Ule body's feedneck are angel threaded.
    Barrel is cocker.
    Exactly the cocker necks screw onto the body, while all other necks screw into the body. Thus the neck has to be angel threaded. (I figured I would back this up to make it that extra %10 sure )

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