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Raptor 6 Thursday, June 25th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Stock mag
Marker Setup: X7
lapco big shot apex ready
polished internals
upgraded cyclone and bolt
Strengths: Metal
Weaknesses: You will loose the tool compartment.
Review: The first thing I noticed out of the box is how nice the finish is it is a better finish than the x7 its self. I picked it up and found it to be lighter than I had anticipated. I began to pick apart how it was made. The mag is machined out of one piece of aluminum. The inside is machined out with some sort of cutting bit making it lighter. the groove on the back for the airline is perfectly placed to accept the line they match up perfectly. The top "mag well" holds the mag at a great angle allowing the gun to flow into that larger caliber look and feel. The slots that allow it to attach to your x7 appear to have been cnc machined and the reworked with a beveled edge on the inside I assume to make it easier to attach. The bevel however doe not go all the way so it does not alter the depth of the slot just its ease in attachment. The bottom of the mag has the scenario arms logo and PAT. PEND. engraved into it
In order to install the mag all that is needed is to remove you grip, take off the stock mag well, put the "tombstone" back in, slide on the heavy mag, and reattach your grip. After instillation I immediately checked for a fit. The mag had a slight wobble to it that can be fixed with a little tape, in fact my tippmann stock has more wobble than the heavy mag.

Conclusion: I would personally recomend this product to any one wishing to add that larger caliber look to your x7.
10 out of 10

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