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AGDRetro Monday, August 28th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Action Depot IT body
Marker Setup: AGD Automag RT Pro
Deadlywind Karta ULE body kit
X-Valve w/ Level 10 Superbolt
DYE Ultralite barrel kit
Crossfire 68/4500 HP tank @ 800 psi
Strengths: Rare
Weaknesses: Expensive
Out of production
Review: It took me a long time to finally hunt a Karta kit down and it was everything I wanted! I really lucked out, it was a late '05 version (no rail holes) in a nice rich gloss red. Beautiful condition. I spent about $300 on the body kit, building my own Mag. Some people thought I was stupid for this when I could more easily and cheaply go with the standard ULE bodies, but I don't regret it. It really stands out and many people are surprised it is a Mag, few people realize they can look this good. It has dual ball detents (Angel/AGD threads), a vertical threaded feedneck (Angel) and Cocker style barrel threads.
Conclusion: If you are looking to build a custom Mag like I was but want something different than the plain ol' tube you should really look into a DeadlyWind kit. The look & quality is great!
10 out of 10

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