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Outlaw5 Wednesday, May 16th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Airgun Designs ULE bodies
Airgun Designs Classic Stainless steel bodies
X-MAG removable breach body
Marker Setup: AGD X-MAG, SN#206, Dust Black, Left Warp Feed w/12V Warp Feed, Pulse Loader with RF Chip Installed, 16" Powerlyte Scepter Kit, 88/4500 psi Air America Armaggedon adjustable air tank with 900psi going into marker.
Strengths: Dual Detents and Clamping Feedneck!
Weaknesses: None
Review: I bought a used E-MAG at a great deal with old stainless steel warp body on it and since I have an X-MAG with Warp on board I decided that I wanted a Center Feed ULE body for the new look and feel. I looked into used ULE bodies on EBay but was hesitant because of no clamping feedneck. I researched The Mag Smiths wares and found this body for the E-MAG rail and decided to spurge.....best decision I could make!

This body was sent after The Mag Smith contacted me by e-mail to confirm if I wanted to wait or take the last one they had....they stated it had a blemish in the Ano. I let them know the looks aren't all that it important so I'll took the last Exile expecting a blemish...no big deal to me.

I received the body three days later and open up the package...of course while driving home...I couldn't wait. In my initial inspection I didn't see a blemish but I figured it was because I was giving it a quick once over....after all I was driving home. I got home and looked very hard at all the finish and the only place I could think it had a blemish was under the body....where it sets in the E-MAG rail. I didn't think it was a blemish at all but it was nice to receive and e-mail asking what I wanted to do prior to them shipping....Customer Service!

I quickly took the Stainless Steel body off, took out the twist lock pin from the rail and mounted the Exile body. WOW!!! This body fit perfect and completely changed the style and attitude on the marker. The autococker threads are great as I can use my barrel kit from my X-MAG if needed. (I bought another scepter kit for the E-MAG)

I placed the Pulse loader I have for this marker into the RPG Sub-Zero Clamping Feedneck and tightened it down. No movement and no sanding of feed-necks...Awesome!

Quickly pouring paint into the hopper I went out to test and between the barrel kit, E-MAG consistency and the dual detents, this marker was shooting ball on ball accuracy at 45 meters....that's 135 feet for the non military in you. I am very impressed with the customer service and dual detents on this body. The detents center the ball up nicely and ensure the paint doesn't double feed so the Level ten bolt isn't activated for a ball halfway down into the chamber.

Conclusion: I highly recommend this to anyone with an Airgun Designs marker with an E-MAG/ RT rail. If you only have a classic automag rail then check out The Mag Smiths body.. the pariah...same features but for the classic rail. I give this a 10 out of 10 hands down.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, August 14th, 2007 at 7:56 pm PST
 

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