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Thread: finally going to put my phoenix body to use

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    finally going to put my phoenix body to use

    so ive had this body/rail for a while now, got it ano'd and put it away and kind of forgot about it, so i recently traded for this sweet logic frame and figured i could now put the phoenix to use! i usually dont like rt/emag length rails since it usually leaves a gap between the frame and foregrip or up front...threw on my cnc xmag pack and have no gap...almost done with it, subzero didnt fit on it so im going to have to look for something else, maybe a ccm or something else that sits low(any suggestions would be appreciated)...the pack does sit about a tiny bit in front of the rail but im digging the look overall...just need some small parts to finish it up and get to playing with it...
    crummy pics but anyways, here she is


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    That's so lame

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    haha, thanks

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    For feed necks, these work quite well. They look nice too

    http://www.aplusp8ntball.com/camlocks.html

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    So I ended up buying a feedneck from aka and got it in today and it looks sweet...I started to put it on and only threaded in about 1/16" before the taper on the feedneck hit the top of the body...so its going on one of my ule's...any one know if the ccm no pro's work before I buy one...lol thanks

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    The CCM no pro will fit I had it on my phoenix, no issues.

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    Thanks Tropical Life...going to eBay right now...

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    ill check it out next time i pull it apart...when ever i think of the overhang i think it goes over like 1/2" but in reality its barely anything, damn OCD

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    I'll bet Luke or someone could mill an indent in the back of the battery pack for the frame to slide into.

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