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    Clamping feed neck question

    If you have a high rise centerfeed stainless body could you cut down the feed neck to accept a low rise clamping feed neck like One from Nummech? Thanks


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    I've seen a marker on ebay that claimed to have done that very thing.

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    Interesting, so at least it has been thought of or attempted.


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    It does slide on for sure. It's a snug fit on the stainless but I'll assume that it will slide off with any significant jolt when a hopper is in place.
    It would greatly benefit from a roughing up the stainless surface where that 3/16 of an inch grabs. Then it might hold. Certainly worth a full test if you have a vert body collecting dust.

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    Thanks Sandman I appreciate the pics and insight. I am coming into an Emag with a high rise vert feed. I am looking into solutions for low rise setup until I can obtain a ULE body or a no rise stainless body.


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    Clamping feed neck question

    Well I took the dive and cut down that smoke stack feedneck and got a lapco 7/8 universal clamping feedneck. It seems to be holding well. I might cut the neck down more later on.




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    I've done that a few times. The lapco feedneck works well.

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    Can't hurt to make it flush right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandman View Post
    Can't hurt to make it flush right?
    Exactly


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