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spwz99 Sunday, December 24th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
3 years
Products Used:
Stock stainless steel powerfeed body
Strengths: Light, Vertical Feed, Autococker barrel threading,
Weaknesses: Some have problems with ball detent
Review: I bought this body used off of eBay. It arrived in good shape, but I soon found out why it was sold. The ball detent (mentioned in weaknesses) screws in too far on some bodies jamming the bolt. This is easily fixed by adding a second o-ring to keep it from screwing in too far. The vertical feed is Angel threaded, and the barrel is Autococker threaded, making both of them easy to find. The aluminum construction makes it super light when compared to the stock body. And if you are looking for a flash of color, this body is what you want.
Conclusion: A good product with the only flaw I have found being the ball detent. The autococker barrel is the most common barrel on the market, so finding the right one for you is never a problem. If you have the extra cash and are looking to save weight and move to a flashier body for your Automag, this is for you, but if you only have the money for one upgrade and are looking to noticeably improve performance, this might not be your best bet.
9 out of 10

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