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Magfed Marker reccomendations

Discussion in 'MagFed Discussion' started by Georgeydores, Jun 28, 2014.

  1. Georgeydores New Member

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    Please feel free to post your preferred Mag-fed setup choices!
     
  2. Caffeine Active Member

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    Here's my setup the way I like it :)
    Tippmann TPX
    -TechT MRT Bolt
    -X7 Phenom stock barrel
    -Remote line adaptor
    I use a Ninja Remote coil with a Guerrilla 13ci Tank
    3 Zetamags (60 shots) and 4 Ten shot tubes for reloading
    The mags are being held using Milsig Fazmags and the tubes are held on a RAP4 wristband
    It's all carried on a RAP4 molle vest which also has a holster on the back.

    Love this setup, I can just run all over the place like a crazy person. I carry 100 shots total on me but I hardly ever need to shoot more than the initial 60 I have in the mags. I don't always perform as well as I could with any of my other markers but who cares when you can spend the day running circles around other players and surrendering a few :D
    I was having some minor trouble with balls chopping which were fixed with the TechT bolt. I already owned an X7 Phenom so I slapped the barrel on there, it's a nice length and it looks good in my opinion. I wanted to get a quick disconnect piece for the remote line adaptor so I could use my Guerrilla Cobra remote coil but the piece leaked whenever I tried to attach it. So yeah, the Ninja coil is good too though.
    I bought the Zetamags immediately as they became available in the UK. They've been awesome. The Fazmags are also great. Some other guys who play magfed at my field leave their mags scattered around the field from reloading and go around picking them up after the game. A bit too risky in my opinion, the fazmags fix their problem because it's no hassle at all to just slide them straight in after using the mags, no straps or anything to deal with. I have them rigged upside down for easier use, even when full of paint at max weight, the zetamags hold in nice and firm, recommended for any magfed setup.
     

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    Mine is a proper DIY/Bodge job.

    BT Omega with front barrel shroud removed and also the fake mag removed.
    13ci bottle
    BT SA-17 10 shot spring fed mag (Yes I managed to find one after a long time searching)
    Just awaiting delivery of a fore grip with bipod built in and I'm good to go.
    12 ten shot tubes for reloading but need a sort a way of mounting this somewhere. Looking at getting me a molle system.
     
  4. Brownie smile and wait for flash

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    Thinking of getting a tpx is the range fairly decent? Your set up looks mint buddy.
     
  5. Canon Fodder Go to your brother, kill him with your gun.

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    shotgun belt for your ten shot tubes.
     
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  6. Brownie smile and wait for flash

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    Or glow stick pouches
     
  7. Tom Tom

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    With pistols the barrel is short so you may not get the optimum out of a ball, depending on event rules the velocity may be limited, eg for CQB or there have been velocity limits placed on co2 to allow spiking to stay in the maximum limit

    Other than that I have had the range that I wanted and accuracy with pistols can appear better due to natural pointing skills
     
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    Cheers pal
     
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    I had a milsig! Good product! Strong and alot of options !
     
  10. UKBall "That Guy"

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    Check out PBmafia. They are located in the US but they do some seriously cool stuff. 50 round pod packs and 10 round tube holsters/ packs
     
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