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R-mag Thursday, March 27th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 4 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
A.I.R., retro valve, and my E-mag valve.
Marker Setup: E-mag #403 // sp AA 14" 16" and a DYE SS 10" // physco ballistics drop forward // warp-feed ( linked to gun) // revvy // cross-fire 68/4500 // level 10 kit

68 classic mag // ANS phase II valve and bolt kit // DYE SS 10" // blue milled body rail // benchmark gas through grip // empire reloader // drop-forward // z-valve on/off
Strengths: Fast re-charge and high flow rate.
Weaknesses: It may void your warranty.
Review: It has a very fast recharge rate. I was once at a feild where there was no compressed air so I switched my classic/ ANS phase II valve into my E-mag. Needless to say I experienced no shoot-down at all. Even in very very long strings of paint.
Conclusion: It's worth it if you plan on getting an electronic frame ( I.E. hyperframe). But I'm not sure what it does to your warranty. But if you don't plan on getting a really fast electronic trigger than you won't be able to out-shoot your classic valve anyway so why bother?
9 out of 10

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