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Old 07-10-2013, 03:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Qloader E-MR5

Any suggestions if I should run a Qloader system on my E-MR5? If not what's the best force fed system for the E-MR5?
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For the price of the Q system you might as well buy a Rotor and stick that on there.
Especially if you have never used the Qloader before.
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I used the qloader for a while. You have to unwind it so that the qloader isnt forcing the balls past the detent. But unfortunately, with my system. I found that when I did that, my loader wasn't feeding fast enough and would get hung up at moments. Causing chops
When its dialed its pretty cool. Love having hopper out of the way.
But the detents suck! so you will be shooting 2+ balls every time. And chopping the 3rd.
If you creatively make the detents stiffer so that you it dont piss all your balls out. They are too stiff for the FS rounds to be used. The fs rounds will pivot on the detent instead of pushing it out of the way. And end up being fed in sideways. And your dealing with expensive jams.

YMMV though.
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