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Old 01-06-2019, 11:54 PM   #11 (permalink)
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all good info guys thanx! you have given me things to think about
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Old 01-16-2019, 03:14 AM   #12 (permalink)
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If you wanna go the electro route with the mag, there are a few other options. The hyperframe and the booya frame. Besides the bolt on and go options, you can get creative and mod some other frames. I've seen people use spyder frames in the past and custom build a few vert frames as well. Something to consider if you don't wanna run with the big battery pack in the foregrip.
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^ I had a hyperframed X valve mag years ago and it was a super fun shooter. I recall having to do some playing around with the on/off pin to get it to act right.
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Also have a few of those kicking around. If you end up going that direction.
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if your willing to go stock with stainless body and twist lock barrels then a complete working marker should be around $350.00 to $450.00 used. most likely your going to want to have it re-annoed and then you have to decide if you want to change the body to a ULE or one of the more expensive after market ones that use cocker threaded barrels. Mags can be a worm hole of customization that you never get out of. AGD, Tuna and Big Evil can all tech them for you and I know there are others as well. you might contact Tuna(Tunaman5@verizon.net) and see if he can build you one from parts he has, they won't be new but you will receive a complete working marker that way.
There are plenty of new parts left . I have enough to build 4 CNC Xmags and about 10 Standard Emags. After that, the new parts will be gone forever.
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There are plenty of new parts left . I have enough to build 4 CNC Xmags and about 10 Standard Emags. After that, the new parts will be gone forever.
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i just want reliability. doesn't have o be pretty
Have you given any thought to a pneumag instead of an EMAG? If you're planning to shoot semi-only and don't care about any of the modes, then a good pneumag frame is something you should also consider. They can be a lot cheaper than EMAGs and they don't use batteries, but the trigger can be just as light and soft as an electric frame.

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