My Mag Project
Welp, i got really bored so i decided to try to make my old 68 Classic Mag as close to stock class as possible. I dont have a straight elbow to stick the 10 round tubes in so i need some of the Mcguyvers on here to help me out with comming up with some ideas to hold em in with.
I'm not really sure about the Mag's effiency with 12g's (since I hardley play with it) so i might switch to using a 3.5oz instead, we'll see. Also sorry about the crappy pic quality, i took them on my phone because i couldn't find my camera at the moment.
Did you convert it to make it a pump?
no, i haven't. i wouldn't mind converting it, though i have no idea where to get the kit to do it. i just did this this morning on a whim.
pump kit..about 200 bucks..that feedneck? luke on AO can cut it down and tig weld it up, as to make it vert..from there the sc feed gets easier couple pvc fittings and viola..
A phantom feed may be in order? wevo.com
how about one of those feeds from punisher airsolder.com? asp?
a copper 90 elbow can work real nice, you can add a section of copper tube and a phantom feed gate.
Plamers sells one done up real nice that goes on your feed neck...
prolly the closest to actual stock class would be the phantom feed mod.
Try to find a AGD back-bottle adapter for it. It is old school and would look perfect.
my pseudo stockclass 12 gram mag awaits a pump:
thats a warp adaptor on a stack of feed necks attached to a warp right body
hey Doc how many shots do you get off of a rig-up like that?
i get about 20 with the stabilizer
without it i get about 10 shots before it freezes up
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