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Old 06-16-2013, 02:57 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Bill, not sure if it will help you or not but I put the basic files up that I reversed engineered of the critical dimensions for the FN303 magazine on my site.

They are here. Rotary Magazine files (Similar to FN303))

Make sure you double check anything that is critical to your design though.
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Old 06-16-2013, 04:11 PM   #32 (permalink)
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That FN303 magazine is the height of simplistic design. They understood how to feed FS.
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I agree. I think it's not just the feeding where they are better, but also the general use. I hate magazine systems where I couldn't replace the mag mid use without losing one or more rounds from the system. If I know I am about to get into a heavier fire fight, I want to go in with a fully loaded mag, and put a partial mag away for reloading or later use. Very few current systems allow anything like that, and not nearly as well as the FN303 Mag does on my FN303.
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I agree. I think it's not just the feeding where they are better, but also the general use. I hate magazine systems where I couldn't replace the mag mid use without losing one or more rounds from the system. If I know I am about to get into a heavier fire fight, I want to go in with a fully loaded mag, and put a partial mag away for reloading or later use. Very few current systems allow anything like that, and not nearly as well as the FN303 Mag does on my FN303.
Not sure, but i think Omar Macy from Rap4 made some upgrades for their markers, where what would've been lost rounds, are trapped/retained in the marker when the magazine is removed.
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