|FeedTheDogg ||12-18-2006 09:53 PM |
What valve do you like?
Just curious, for those of you who have both a xvalve (or RT) mag and a classic mag, which one do you use more? They both rock, but recently i got my rt and my classic hasnt gone to the field as much.....perhaps i will bring out the classic after i get a new barrel for it. :D
|Hobbes ||12-18-2006 10:01 PM |
If you want to be specific I prefer the stainless RT Pro/Emag valves and 68 Automag valves.
i have both and the only reason i use the emag valve over the minimag valve is because the lvl 10 other then that i do like the minimag valve better but would rather not screwup things switching them
|JaKaL ||12-18-2006 11:19 PM |
I really like the way the classic/stainless valves balance the guns's weight farther back on the gun. Especially for my pump-mag, I find this makes for a more stable shooting platform.
|Robertsr ||12-19-2006 08:20 AM |
I use my RT valves more than anything else.
|frederic ||12-19-2006 11:29 AM |
RT is a lot crisper for me. I have never gotten it to bounce using my trigger frame (benchmark 2x finger) but it's a lot faster since the pull through and release time is sort of nullified with the kickback.
Haven't taken my mag or other mechanical semi out in 2-3 years. I either play pump/stock during rec or electro during tourneys/practice.
the main upside is the ease of using co2 in a classic valve, but co2 can be used in an rt/emag/xvalve, with a pump, due to the lower bps
|ajnin ||01-13-2007 02:03 PM |
i have a classic, and a rt classic.
i prefear the classic, it seems to have a cleaner first shot. most of my kills are off the snap shot so it seems to work better for me. then again my rt may just be having horrid problems.
|Cunha ||01-14-2007 11:39 AM |
RT valves, all of them, X , retro, RT
They have a thing called "shoot up" the first few shots will be cold and lower velocity and you need a few to ramp up to full speed. Once the gun is warm it doesnt need so many shots to get going, but as you are experiencing there is still a bit of a difference.
No one really talks about "shoot up" these days, but its still there.
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