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The Mag Ressurection Bringing mine out of the closet. Rate Topic: -----

#1 User is offline   NinjaoftheNight79 

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Posted 04 June 2009 - 11:37 AM

So its been a few years since I have actually played or crawled these forums. I hope it hasn't been so long that very few familiar faces even exist. Anyone by chance remember me?

Back to the point, I'm ready to bring back the ole Tac-One. Honestly that is what really prompted me to come back into the world, I pulled the sucker out of my closet and remembered everything I had been missing. How couldn't you with a Tac-One with a 14" Deadlywind Barrel with a full SS Freak insert kit? This thing is a BEAST.

Oh boy has things changed since I played though. Tac-One Warped? Q-Loader rig for a warp body? A Longbow stock that doesn't require the old Tac-One bodies to function? (I bought my Tac-One right when they did away with the old rails that would accept the old longbow system, I really wanted a Q-Bow back in the day). Its like all of my paintball dreams have come true.

My dream Mag setup just walked right up to me and slapped me in the face yesterday on the Q-Loader website. First picture that pops up when you show up, the AGD mod. Anyone have a similar marker, and if so how does it play for woodsball?

P.S. I think I spelled Resurrection wrong. Don't shoot me, I just woke up.

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Posted 04 June 2009 - 12:24 PM

wel.. thats great to hear from you, I believe you left before I even joined.
but yea, the Q-loader has had its ups and downs. If I remember correctly a few guys who were the Q-loader representatives left becuase they found out the the Q-loader was usuing sub quality parts. so they decided to drop Q-loader.

Other then that warp feeds are still sick, and there is a new mainbody that has a removable breach. so you can go center/left/right feed within 2 seconds.
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Posted 04 June 2009 - 06:13 PM

here ya go ; Q loaded E Tac , not quite done yet

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Posted 05 June 2009 - 08:15 AM

View Postmaniacmechanic, on Jun 4 2009, 08:13 PM, said:

here ya go ; Q loaded E Tac , not quite done yet

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Now that is a dream come true marker. E-mags making a comeback or what? I have always wanted one, but they were getting short when I was playing. They actually in production now, or still hard to find? That was the only electro I ever dreamed of owning, and Q-loaded on top of that is a dream.

I have always wanted a Q-loader, hoppers just get in the way and give you a big fat sitting duck target to hit, I like having my hopper out of the way.

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Posted 05 June 2009 - 01:13 PM

naw, Emags are still out of production. so you can eather find parts or a whole thing.
so for you, just try to find Emag lowers and you'll be set.
but yea. and a few SFL Mags sold on AO forums anywhere between 2500$ and 3000$ which is the highest i'v seen for any marker...ever.

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Posted 06 June 2009 - 02:37 AM

Emags are still quite common. Not made anymore due to Smart Parts C&D letter. But you can still find them for sale on MCB, Automags.org, and a few other PB sites like PBN.

Here was my Alien Anno Micro E-Mag...i loved her...but she hated me... ;) I sold her cause she never worked for me...ever...The guy who buys her PMs me the day he gets it and says it works perfectly fine. :( It just didn't like me i think

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Posted 06 June 2009 - 01:35 PM

Q-Loader went to hell in a handbasket. My Q-Loader system is at the city dump somewhere now. You can always do what I did, though, and use a warp body with a 90-degree elbow and a force-fed hopper. I used that to create the Maginov:

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I wound up using a VLocity loader. It's an ideal fit for this gun: small, lightweight, and very durable. Feeds perfectly. It's got a pneumatic trigger frame with a .5mm trigger pull, and the gun's set up for left-handed operation.

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Posted 06 June 2009 - 06:34 PM

Welcome back dude! Heres my Q-Bow Tac-One

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Regarding the QLoader, I agree with Warden. New QLoader stuff is crap. Ive got 10 older pods, ones prior to QLoader being bought out and Ive never had a problem with them.

Im getting ready to trick out the EMag with a Warp setup.
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Posted 10 June 2009 - 05:11 PM

Aww, Q loader got bought out and went to crap? Thats a shame, I was really liking those for a while. Warp feeds are nice too, but the whole thing is just so bulky, I always liked the Q-loader style hoppers. Still peeved at SP for ruining the E-mag, I need to get my hands on e-mag grips. I just shot an Ego today for the first time and now I know why people like electros. That trigger pull was nothing. Honestly considering converting my Tac into an E-mag, but it would take a lot of money and work. Just hope when I get the funds I am not too late. If I am, oh well, its beautiful as a mech as well.

Curse you Smart Parts....

But for real, I am quickly remembering dreams and plans I had in the past. Can anyone say Pneumag?

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Post icon  Posted 15 June 2009 - 05:42 PM

If you want a new Emag they most certainly can still be had.
AO famous AGD dealer and tech Tunaman can build you one.
Email him with something eye catching in the subject like "I want a new Emag".

tunaman5 at comcast dot net

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Posted 15 June 2009 - 10:20 PM

Not worth it. I have an E-Mag, but it's collecting dust in a drawer. Ever since I got my Pneumag done, I haven't wanted to use it. The Pneumag has a better trigger, and is a lot lighter weight. I may see if I can get a Tunablade trigger for it, though. I now have acess to punches so I could knock the original pin out myself.

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Posted 16 June 2009 - 07:02 PM

ninja, if you like the feel of the EGO markers, you can always look into a EGOmag.

yes, people have done that. lol

you take the frame from a EGO... and mount a mainbody from a automag on top. sweet eh.
and yes, it does work.
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