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Want to make my first Magfed buy, but need some help please

Discussion in 'MagFed Discussion' started by Tommo_Thomson, Oct 19, 2017.

  1. Tommo_Thomson Member

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    Hi all,

    I'm looking for some advise I have been using a DAM for the last 2 years and have now put it up for sale so I can get a Magfed, after looking around I've found that I'm drawn to the Milsig range but I'm not sure what to go for and wanted some input from anyone that may have had one.

    The 3 I'm looking at are;

    Milsig M5 Magnus
    Milsig M17 CQC A2
    Milsig M17 SMG

    The problem is I like certain elements of all 3, but want them in one marker so I guess my question is can you do this?

    As I like the stock of the SMG, which would go well with the CQC A2 as I prefer the mags used on the CQC A2 over the SMG and I'm not a fan of the stock on the CQC A2.

    However have been told the CQC A2 is an entry level marker, an as for the M5 looks a beast like the mag release and would like it to look like the CQC 2 with the stock from the SMG, which I believe you can buy but no idea how interchangeable it is between these 3 markers.

    So if anyone can help please let me know, as I really like the look of the platform and really like the idea of the fire select mode......well I would as have been use to this on my DAM for the last 2 years :ROFLMAO:
     
  2. Tom Tom

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    I’d say try and get a hands on and feel a milsig, plus especially try the magazines

    The Dam is magfed and has a natural feel when changing magazines. I can handle the dam and pistols such as Tpx and Tiberius but I totally fail with the ‘dedicated magfed’ magazines
    I was even a faction commander for a magfed game and went into the first game with a borrowed tipx because I had lent out my dam, was supposed to be using my tipx which decided to chrono at 400fps+ and every rental I tried smashed paint when I loaded mags


    Milsigs are also a backwards step in technology
     
  3. Tommo_Thomson Member

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    I will be honest Tom I've not really used my mags in game, all the walkons I have been to have chaps with sup air hardware. So to even try and compete, which even the DAM can't I use either the rotor or my boxloader.

    As for the step back, me and a mate just fancy trying something different. Where it's a level playing field and no one can lay down lanes of paint, which is what you get with speedball players
     
  4. frosty warped player

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    Y not just get some mags for the dam?
     
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    Cos the DAM is ok, but not as great as everyone raves about hence me selling it.....an I have mags for it
     
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    I would take the T15 PDW over the MILSIG line of guns.
    if you want the MILSIG you are talking about the first step would be contacting the company and asking if they are prepared to build a gun to order.
    Remember that a lot of the stocks and furniture are standard milspec so changing that up afterwards may not be too difficult.
     

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