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the mag guy Monday, July 17th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
classic body
minimag left powerfeed
Marker Setup: Pneumag (pneumatic mag)
12" stiffi Barrel
ULE Vert. Feed Body
X-valve w/ Lvl 10
ULT (4 lvl X shims)
Custom Made Rail
RPG Chimera Frame (now pneumatic) with Splinter Trigger
Psychoballistics Drop Foward
114 Cu. In. 3000psi Nitro Duck fixed output 800psi tank

Strengths: Extremely Light
Vertical Feed
Cocker threads more barrel variety
Angel feed threads
Delrin Detent
Weaknesses: None
Review: This is a must for all automags! The weight reduction is amazing. Strap on all the other ULE parts (including x-valve b/c its aluminum) and your gun is now a feather. The design is simple and elegant, dont forget it comes is 5 or so different colors. The vert feed is a great improvement over the classic right feed. My gun is now the lightest gun I have ever owned.

Since the ULE bodies have cocker threads for barrels and angel threads for the feed, it expands your ability to customize and personalize your gun just the way you like it.

Conclusion: Lightweight + high performance = unbeatable

Well worth the money
10 out of 10

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