Yea. On an Xvalved Mag, it's assumed you'll be shooting fast, so a Level 10 is a really good idea
. My Mag only has a Level 7 and Classic Valve, but next time I use it, it will be fed by a Torque. With a single trigger and a Classic Valve, I don't expect many chops
. I do plan to get a few mods done to the Mag though, but not an Xvalve for quite some time. I'm considering an RT on/off to lighten the trigger pull, which also inconveniently makes shortstroking easier. And I'll also get Luke (Luke's Customs) to do the sear mod to it, which shortens the trigger but makes it heavier, and shortstroking therefore harder. Net gain is just a somewhat lighter and shorter trigger, hopefully. Add in a nice Triton or UMF or Cerberus frame of some kind, and that's going to be a very fast Classic Mag
. I'll probably keep the rest of it the same. My foregrip, rail, and mainbody are all good as it is. I love my twistlock barrels, too
EDIT: Used Xvalve with Level 10 including parts is probably $200 or so, maybe a little more. I'm not quite sure since I haven't look that much into Xvalves.
This post has been edited by Z3R0: 27 March 2008 - 03:10 PM