68 Classic Automag
68 Classic Retromag
AGD RT Pro
AGD RTX Pro
2k2 Angel LCD
AGD Emag w/Level 10
AGD 68ci 3000psi Flatline
eVLution II (For Hopper On Setup)
Halo B (For Warp Setup)
13" Armson SSR, Stealth and Pro-Series
PMI Trracer Tagmaster
Level 10 (It really is worth it!)
FAST Loader, especially if you don't have Level 10
- Adjustable Trigger Setup
- Customer Service
- "Mag" Reliability
- Manual Mode
Some level 10 kits give more problems than others. In my case, mine is touchy around the 250 fps mark (indoor play). Of course, thats the upgrade, not the marker.
It *is* heavier than other markers in it's category, but personally I don't find it a problem. Now that Emags come stock with the XValve (lighter valve) and the ULE trigger frame, this isn't as much a problem. It is also worth noting AGD is coming out with a ULE body that takes cocker threaded barrels soon...
I love this marker. At no time have I ever considered it to be any less reliable, accurate or worse off than any other marker choice I could have made.
One thing to note. With the trigger adjustability, most emags are going to be setup for the person in question. Don't judge someone else's trigger if you don't like it. I've seen setups that you could walk like no other, and others which couldn't be walked if your life depended on it.
Just a note, previous to owning Level 10, I didn't have any chopping problems in ELECTRONIC mode. However, in Hybrid or Manual mode, I made peesoup regularily. :)
If you have ever loved Mags, and found yourself moving away from them due to being 'old' or 'chopping machines', the modern serving is worth your look. With the advent of Level 10, the Mag line is now in a position to compete once again.
Check it out, you won't be disappointed.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, March 12th, 2003 at 9:44 am PST