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Old 10-21-2007, 07:10 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Well, $950ish seems to be the going rate for an Xmag... $1250 is silly.

As for smaller solenoids, I'm sure theres a valid reason why it uses the one it does.
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i was told by rrfireblade that there first design for the emag was with a smaller noid, and a ram system to trip the sear. but TK was adament on keeping it simple, and with the mechanical backup system, so they had to go with the massive noid system instead.
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Dont hyperframes do the same thing with a single simple solenoid?

They just lack the mechanical feature, correcto?
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Dont hyperframes do the same thing with a single simple solenoid?

They just lack the mechanical feature, correcto?
They're notoriously less reliable... Even then, the position of the 'noid is different, as is the linkage. If Tom Kaye says he wants a mech feature availible, and a big 'Noid, I'll accept it. Besides, I've never had to do anything to the 'Noid on my MicroEmag of my Xmag other than keep everything clean, whereas I've owned a BooYaah and a Centerflag that each needed the noid replaced and wiring repaired.
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