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    Planning to make these and want to gauge Interest. . . . .Warp-less Hopper bracket!

    As the title says, I am planning to make these and want to gauge interest to determine my run size.

    This is a bracket for the warp-less hopper modification. This is ambidextrous so warp left or right will work

    Concept Drawing. . . .



    Actual prototype:



    On the gun:



    ......You know you want one!!

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    Nice, about damn time!
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    count me in!

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    That is sweet. I would be interested in one or two

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    maybe one consideration, would it be possible to have the arm a bit thicker to prevent it from bending?

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    It will be. This was the first prototype. I have the second one which was built but not photographed. It will be the same thickness as the one shown in the concept drawing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    Nice, about damn time!
    Hey what can I say. . . . .I've been busy. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loguzzzzzz View Post
    Hey what can I say. . . . .I've been busy. . .
    Me too man. Ive been gold mining in Alaska

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    put me down for one at least. what are you using on the bottom of the loader?

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    Another thought on these is to mill the bracket to accept an O-ring on both sides for those that use the sleeper mod with the ASA to feed the LPR in the gripframe.

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    I vote for the blue tape.

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    You need a name for it. Skeleton hand, hand of god, dog bone, the Target rail, Scepter rail; something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody View Post
    You need a name for it. Skeleton hand, hand of god, dog bone, the Target rail, Scepter rail; something.
    Start slow and tape(r) off.....




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    Yes, me please!

    I'll get around to making one eventually.

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    cool,

    I just got done making one of my own.
    stupid thing is I don't have warpless setup.

    this is awesome to see.
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    What loaders work with this? Can a Rotor be made to work with this? I need one. I have a Rotor.
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    Hey can these be Dirge modded?

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    Nice start. One thing to consider is the angle and/or length will change depending on the grip frame used "45, 90, y, and z"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunaman View Post
    What loaders work with this? Can a Rotor be made to work with this? I need one. I have a Rotor.
    Work in progress

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    As always....depending on price....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunaman View Post
    What loaders work with this? Can a Rotor be made to work with this? I need one. I have a Rotor.
    Probably, but no matter what loader you use it will have to be modded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    Probably, but no matter what loader you use it will have to be modded.
    You can feed a rotor out the bottom with a hose and it will feed up but it won't continue to feed due to how the loader is triggered. I think it is a tension system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintage View Post
    put me down for one at least. what are you using on the bottom of the loader?
    That is just a PVC plug to plug the hole to keep dirt and water/paint out.

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    So what is the best loader to use? Halo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunaman View Post
    So what is the best loader to use? Halo?
    Halo b2 or halo too are the most popular atm. I have only used halo too for all of mine but have used a spring clutch out of a b2. I saw no noticeable difference between the solid drive wheel and on with a clutch setup.

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    Get somebody to 3D print the internal portion of the hopper mod and sell it as a package and I'm in. I've already butchered two HALO's trying this myself. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patron God of Pirates View Post
    Get somebody to 3D print the internal portion of the hopper mod and sell it as a package and I'm in. I've already butchered two HALO's trying this myself. lol.
    I was thinking this too. I should talk to Cougar20th and KNMs about it

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    Anybody got the how-to on how to do the mod? Used the search function but couldn't find anything. I'm guessing it run a hose from the tray back up thru the hopper but still I'm sure there's something more to it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunaman View Post
    So what is the best loader to use? Halo?
    I am using a Halo with a Reloader B board that uses sound activation since the eye is removed in the modification process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pudgey51 View Post
    Anybody got the how-to on how to do the mod? Used the search function but couldn't find anything. I'm guessing it run a hose from the tray back up thru the hopper but still I'm sure there's something more to it...
    Here is a link to he MCB thread that I used when I modded mine.
    Warp-less warp feed

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