This is the specs for a mag I'm going to be getting from a teammate of mine.
Stock Mag Powerfeed body, rail and frame. AGD rubber grips
Taso front adapter
Palmer quick connects and Macro line
32 Degrees Drop forward with On/Off
Level 10 valve ( about 2 yrs old) with 4/5 remaining stars
Tourney reg cap
Smart parts rubber grip (that belongs to a regulator)
Stock 12" barrel, post honed and ported
Smart Parts 14" spiral ported barrel, post honed
- I have a VL Quantum (constant feed) hopper, would this hopper be ok to use on that mag? I've heard that this specific hopper would screw up the mag some how. Is that true? The only other hopper I have is a little BE 50 ball hopper lol...should I just use that until I can get something else?
- Also, would it be ok to use CO2 with this? I'm getting a level 7 as a replacement for the level 10. I've heard mixed responses.
Any help would be appretiated.
Not sure what the valve is, as Level 10 is an anti-chop upgrade, not the actual name of the valve. Looks like a nice gun, and set up properly it won't chop. The VL Quantum isn't the best loader, as it's constantly spinning, but it'll work fine with a level 10 mag.
That hopper will be fine. All it does is churn the balls constently.
Co2 depends on what valve you are using. The classic and mini valves work great on Co2 and HPA. The rest such as the X valve and R/T dont like Co2 but run great off of HPA and the like. You will have issues with the level 10 bolt on co2 but it can be done.
I've never had issues with my L10 bolt on CO2. What have you seen happening?
If you have an X /RT/or Emag valve, you'll have issues.:hammer:
Alright, another quick question...I believe it has a "twist lock barrel". Are those still made? Or is there anyone that makes adapters for current style barrels for those? I'm getting the marker hopefully this weekend, so I should know if I want a different barrel than the ones I'm getting with it.
Thanks again for the help.
Doc made mag to cocker barrel adapters that you can find on eBay every once in a while, not sure if he's doing runs anymore.
Also looks like someone else is planning on starting to make some more:
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