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    Paintzappers Magfed Adapters (PZ98 and MAK)

    Magfed adapters for the 98 Custom, CCI phantom, and regular feednecks.

    Items are all now discontinued but leaving this up for identification purposes.

    PZ98 - Tippmann 98 Custom Magfed Adapter

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    Made of 3D printed ABS
    Comes with extra latch and 2 set screws to replace the 98C Platinum air port plugs.
    More information and pictures here - https://www.paintzapper.com/pz98/

    Price - $35 + ship



    MAK - CCI Phantom Magfed Adapter Kit

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    Made of 3D printed ABS
    Comes with extra latch and reverse feed screw.
    Comes in right hand latch configuration (as pictured above) as well as left hand and without the picatinny rail.
    More information and pictures here - https://www.paintzapper.com/mak/
    Developed by Rainmaker and myself.

    Price - $35 + ship



    Universal MAK - Magfed Adapter Kit for Standard Feednecks

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    Allows you to turn any regular paintball gun into a magfed paintball blaster!

    Made of 3D Printed ABS
    Feedneck compatible with any 2nd Gen MAK adapter (MAK with 2 mounting holes). Partially compatible with 1st gen MAKs, but will only have one mounting screw.
    Developed by Rainmaker and myself.

    Full Universal MAK - Price $40 + Shipping


    Universal MAK Feedneck Upgrade (Feedneck Part Only)

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    If you already have the MAK, you can easily turn it into a universal magfed adapter for any Gen 2 or Gen 3 MAK adapter with reverse feed. Partially compatible with Gen 1 MAK, you will only have one screw securing the adapter to the feedneck.

    Made of 3D Printed ABS
    Developed by Rainmaker and myself.

    Feedeck Upgrade Kit - Price $7.50 + Shipping
    Last edited by Paintzapper; 10-07-2022, 01:35 PM.

    #2
    I think the Mak adapters are awesome and been happy with mine. The feedneck adapters are really cool , nicely done.

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      #3
      You clever boyo, nice work
      💀Wild Card, Ragnastock💀

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        #4
        Bought two of these from you on ebay for my phantom, one left hand one right hand, I really love them, it's a great concept. I even use it for stock class play (with 12rd desprung magazines). A suggestion though, some sort of slot or window for visibility over the breech would be great, so you can see when you're out of ammo. There's currently no way to tell how you're doing other than to mentally count your shots.

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        • Paintzapper
          Paintzapper commented
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          Good suggestion, you could remove the large set screw on top that covers the reverse feed hole for a window. It is mainly there to prevent dirt from entering the system but can be removed to allow for a visual indicator to paint availability.

        • MuKen
          MuKen commented
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          Ah yeah I see what you mean. It gives me a bit of visibility, that's workable, thanks!

          Have you also considered having a version that points the mag straight into the feedport? I made a hackjob of this way long ago for tiberius mags (dremel and epoxy and a destroyed Tiberius SA-8) and it worked great. It has a weirder aesthetic, but functionality-wise it gives a bunch of advantages. For one, if you open up the feedport, you can now shoot first strike out of a phantom. And for another, for tipx magazines if you line it up right, then when you get to your last shot, the ball pusher from the mag will stick into the breech and block you from returning the bolt. You'll be able to feel this in the pump, so you know you need a new magazine. (this is the mechanic that the xp3 and x1-p work by)

          https://www.deviantart.com/muken/art...ntom-215849863

        • Paintzapper
          Paintzapper commented
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          It is a thought and I will keep it in mind, just not too sure I like the idea of requiring non reversible modifications on the user end.

        #5
        The modifications are just for first strike compatibility, the bolt jamming will still work with roundball without modification (Plus, getting extra phantom breeches is cheap!)

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          #6
          Universal Magfed adapters are now available, as well as feedneck upgrade kits if you already have a MAK adapter. Fully compatible with Gen 2 MAKs, partially compatible with Gen 1 MAKs.
          MAKs are being converted to Gen 3, only difference is a cosmetic wedge on the tip to look more streamlined with the feedneck upgrade.

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          • Carp

            Carp

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            I was just looking at these on the bay.....👍

          #7
          Those universal upgrades are cool. Nice concept

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            #8
            And its time to close this chapter in my life.

            Rainmaker and I have pushed out several hundred adapters of varying types out into the world and I would like to thank everyone who has helped bring these to life and purchased an adapter from one of us.

            I would like to keep this page up for part identification purposes if someone were to run across one of these adapters in the wild.

            We encourage others to make their own styles of adapters. the adapters we designed require additional hardware to work with some parts requiring a minimum order so me simply giving out the design wont be beneficial in the end.

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