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Old 12-16-2010, 01:31 PM   #41 (permalink)
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You all have been so help full, i made my decision i am going to go ahead and buy the Tiberius. I love the feedback

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Amen to that. Make sure you check out theTiberius Arms Forums since you chose Tiberius (you can listen to all of us complain about the lack of airless mags)

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Old 12-16-2010, 02:55 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Amen to that. Make sure you check out theTiberius Arms Forums since you chose Tiberius (you can listen to all of us complain about the lack of airless mags)
So true it's funny.
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Old 12-16-2010, 06:33 PM   #43 (permalink)
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So true it's funny.
yeah, that's about it for now

i wonder what'll happen when it actually comes out
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Old 12-16-2010, 06:41 PM   #44 (permalink)
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yeah, that's about it for now

i wonder what'll happen when it actually comes out
February 29th 2011.

On other news...Tiberius has updated their site and their APR is now listed in the accessories section...no lie...look for yourself: Tiberius Arms - Accessories

under the Universal Rail Accessories section
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Old 12-16-2010, 09:28 PM   #45 (permalink)
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You will like it Zman, I enjoyed my T8 while I had it.
I definitely recommend the quick changes for the mags!
Though if you're on a budget and have access to a drill press, there's a trick I used before the magnetic quick changes came out that's a money saver.

What I did for old #1303 was to take a long allen head bolt the right size for the mag and drill a hole through the end. The trick I figured out for this was to jam some nuts on the end of the bolt, mark one side of the nut and drill through the nut and the bolt together. when you remove the nuts from the bolt it cleans up the threads at the drillthrough point. I took most of the head of the bolt off with a hacksaw and ground a cup in it the right width with a grinder bit in a hand drill. Installing it in the mag is the only tricky part and takes needlenose to turn the bolt.



What you end up with is an extended bolt with a hole through it suitable for a pin. As you can see I put a small pin on a zinger attached to the strap of my glove. I could pull it out, change the co2 in a hurry and just let go of the pin, secure in the knowledge it'd be hanging there when I needed it.
I switched to the magnetic ones when they finally came out, no need for the tool.

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Old 06-17-2011, 03:20 PM   #46 (permalink)
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Thanks guys i had my tiberus for the past 2 months and have liked it beside one thing, when i go to put a clip in all the balls shoot out into the mag well, and i end up have broken paint as i push the mag in. any ideas to improve this and also to help to not lose mags that slip out the mag well.
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@the z man...make sure you shoot all 8 rounds and then eject the magazine. Problem solved
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Thanks guys i had my tiberus for the past 2 months and have liked it beside one thing, when i go to put a clip in all the balls shoot out into the mag well, and i end up have broken paint as i push the mag in.
If you only lose 1 ball, it's the magazine detente.

If you lose a bunch of them, then it's most likely because your plug has a little extra plastic leading up to the part where it locks into the magazine. It prevents the lock from fully engaging and staying locked.

I run a "tap test" on all my magazines. I should be able to lock the plug back and then tap the magazine on my desk without the plug disengaging.

You'll have to look at it closely and get your mind wrapped around how it works, but once you figure it out, a small triangular file will fix it.


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