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#16 User is offline   Knightwolf16 

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Posted 04 September 2008 - 04:33 AM

One problem that I have had with the Magna is when setting the magnets in a tourney style arrangement. The weight of a fully loaded hopper can actually allow the magents to slip and not feed.
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Posted 04 September 2008 - 07:46 AM

I didnt like my magna either. And like someone said earlier, Empire B is more then enough for us woodballers. Anything else is really for the speedballers at their tourneys.

I run my Olive shelled Empire B with a Invert Mini(Olive) and a 68/45 tank, and its the best setup Ive ever had. As for my mil-sim outfit, well, thats another story.
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Posted 06 September 2008 - 02:36 PM

I love mine. I will be using the RF chip once I get an electro. Right now I just wanted something a little faster then the revvy because I happened to be outshooting it.

I personally love the feel of the magna on the gun itself. Simply because on any gun that isn't front heavy it puts the weight right above your hand. Which is nice, and makes the gun feel a little more balanced IMO. The battery door makes life easier for me, and the magnetic lid is deffinitly a big improvement over the Revvys lid. Over all I like this hopper and would recommend it to anyone.

As to the Reloader B being enough for any woodsballer, I say shens. simply because it may be enough for a mechanical gun, or someone that doesn't like to pump the ammo out, but for someone that has a gun which shoots more then 10 BPS, and wants a constant feeding system without a single chop, the magna fits that role.
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