Good barrel kit, motorized hopper, and Nitro system a must (CO2 will not work with a Mag)!
I highly recommend getting both the LVL10 bolt and Ultra Light Trigger (ULT) upgrades ASAP.
- Compact, light
- Virtually eliminate chopping with LVL10
- Light trigger pull with ULT
- Stock sight rails are ugly
- Mags aren't as popular as they used to be
I'm very impressed with the RT ULE Custom Mag. Out of the box this marker was tuned and ready to play, and I've had no problems or issues with it so far. Having used cockers for the last couple of years to pick up a marker that is always ready to go is a huge plus. No timing issues, no complications. It just works really well. And maintenance is a breeze; just make sure to feed your Mag Autolube or KC TROUBLE FREE frequently enough and your Mag will stay happy.
With the right configuration this marker is nearly perfect; the sum of a lot of great pieces. To start with the ULE body is light and sleek, and very compact. The Intelliframe looks and feels great for a double trigger frame, and can even connect to your Revy to agitate with each shot fired. The real show-stoppers here though are the X-Valve, LVL10 bolt and ULT. I haven't even gotten close to seeing just how fast this valve can recharge. All my shots are short and crisp and light with the ULT. And chopping is virtually (but not entirely) a thing of the past with the LVL10 bolt.
There are many aftermarket parts and upgrades are available for this and other Mags.
I couldn't be more satisfied with my Mag: looks great, shoots great, is light and small, fast shooting, and easy to maintain. For the price this is money extremely well spent: the RT ULE Custom is probably the best mechanical marker available with technology like the X-Valve, LVL10 bolt and ULT.
Aside from performing like a champ, this marker has Airgun Designs behind it, which is a company that not only has a proven record of making truely innovative and quality products, but really cares about it's customers in a way few companies do. And you'll find few owners as loyal and happy and helpful as Automag owners.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, April 14th, 2004 at 9:52 pm PST
Chasden's 'Mag has a Dallara body, look on Deadly Winds website(links only works with Internet Explorer) and compare the front of the rail on the dallara with the Karta body and you will see its obviously a dallara.