powerfeed mag, spyder, tribal twister, edge pg-1, pmi pump (not really similar), i have shot cockers
ultra black vert feed micromag 200 w/ forgrip, 12v revy, 10 inch chrome cp, duckbill asa and 68 4500 nitro duck tuff skin
new trigger frame (intelliframe or zgrip) and a drop forward.barrel as usual, and a retro valve when u get the money.
this gun is TINY. i got into the smallest balls and was still able to aim and fire. its accurate just like all mags. it looks sweet..the milling and design are really nice. takes cocker barrels, a plus because cocker barrels are cheaper than mag barrels,a nd all barrels come w/ cocker threads. it is vert feed!!!!! and ofcourse, HIGH ROF. works great stock, but with the vast amazing upgrades, this gun will rule on the field.
like all mags, its a bit heavy in the back because of the valve asembly. the micromag 2000 body is a bit heavier than the regular mag body, but this one can be annoed!!!(should be in the plus) like all mags, breaks balls once ina while. must run nitro- now-a-days its not that big of a problem, but for some people, its a big deal.
THE PERFECT COMBO OF AGD SUPERIORITY AND PTP LOOKS. there were a few things bad, but it is due to gun type, and u get that with any gun u buy, no matter what type it is. all around amazing, buy it, best mag i have used.
never have shot any other mags, this is the one i wanted i didnt want to try anything eles, i knew i was goin to like it, i had a spyder with the works, new internals and everything and the micro mag is in a diffrent league.
Micro Mag splash blue and black (sick lookin)
Custom built venturi bolt (from a team)
foregrip ( for alittle longer, then torpedo)
32* drop forward
original boomstick with tattoo logo
well i was goin to get thee level ten, but its not worth it... just save your money and get the xValve (amazine) standard with the level ten, i have shot mad paint and the gun doesnt like to brake paint.. so it doesnt.......... period
very straight shooting
one finger triger
this gun is amazing, when i wanted it was when it first came out and it was like $650 -$700, i got it with a original boomstick for $200, best %200 ive ever spent. i will never buy a new gun, i plan on buyin the xValve and then build a custom mag from scratch, that will be sick. i have read, people think its heavy, work out alittle
this gun is great, very compact, very fast, light (just follow the tip from above) you can play any spot on the field with this gun.
new barrel of course, nitrogen is a must, and a revvy if you have a fast finger
This is great gun, shoots great. Does not chop. Buy it!!!
It is a little heavy, but you get use to it.
This is a great gun. Since I have had it, it has never chopped. With a new barrel it has great accuracy. It is a little pricey after getting a nitro tank and the gun,but if you have the money it is worth it. The gun will work with co2 but if you leave in a cold area ,use it in a long game, or just shoot really fast it will not take long to start messing up. If you have the money it is good to go ahead and invest in a nitrogen tank.
this is grat gun if you have the money and if you do go buy!!!
Emag Micro with delrin bolt, adg Flatline, 12v Revvy with x-board, Warp Feed w/ intelli feed.
A delrin bolt is nice, I would recomend an agitating hopper, I think a 9v will do.
Compressed air is a must.
I like this gun alot, Its very small and light. This gun is very well built, I have never had one problem with it, compared to other guns, it's hard to hurt this gun, cockers always have little problems that are annoying. This gun comes very well equiped stock, other guns such as cockers you spend $1000 for a gun then you feel a strong need to spend another $400 to "trick it out". With this gun, just slap on a drop foward and a revy and you're set to go. Pro-team guns have cocker threads so finding a good barrel for this gun is no problem. Another thing thats good about pro-team is that hands down they have the very best costumer service I have ever encountered. I have had problems with other proteam guns and they are sooooo helpfull, the person spent half an hour with me trying to fix it over the phone and when I couldnt he told me to send it in and it was quickly fixed and sent back quickly, I only had to pay to send the gun and thats it. Another feature I love about this gun is how to clean it, it's soooo easy, you just take a hose and spray it and it sparkling clean. I spend half an hour detailing my cockers and I spend 1 minute cleaning this gun.
I wish pro-team had made this gun a double trigger. It makes such a differece with this gun. Like all mags, it does chop on occasion but is pretty easy to clean.
This is an overall excellent gun. I would recomend this gun to a begginer player who is starting to get serious about paintball and is sick of renting and doesnt want to deal with spyders or illustrators.
A lot of mags including E-Mags and RT's cockers too
New barrel for woods or longballin
TINY. It is absolutely tiny. Coming from a cocker I feel like I'm gonna break the damn thing, though you'd problably have to run it over in a car to cause any real damage. Its aluminum instead of stainless steel so its about 2 lbs. lighter than the standard powerfeed mags. It takes cocker barrels so i get to keep my Freak kit. I put a warp feed and 12v. revvy on it and I have never chopped any paint and I have the radar signature of a small bird (really on a warp feed you have no target profile while snap shooting). Stock, the trigger is a little long but I fixed it so its just how I like it. Also the body and the rail are now one peice. That helps cause you don't have to worry about the alignment of the trigger rod, and its nice when you put it back together. The ball detent is also better than the crappy system that they use on mag barrels.(the wire nubbin is a pain in the arse)
When stock the barrel needs to be upgraded for longer ranges. The trigger is also pretty long. At least its nice and smooth.
This is a great gun. I got it custom anodized black to green and will post it on automags.org soon. If you are looking for a good fast shooting gun that doesn't require much maintenance (coming from a cocker owner) then this is the gun for you.
ans phase 2 valve
shaved on off valve
kapp drop foward
10" and 16" boomstick
114 4500 Air America Apocolypse 2K
oldschool 18volt rev
custom intellifeed connection
z-grip, it balances that "mag heavy in the ass " stereotype
obviously rev or halo
phase 2 valve, or rt valve, for faster recharge times
i have probly put close to 300,000 balls through my gun, and i can say i like everything.i like the aluminum body, it sets it apart from most basic mags. the ball detent is one of the big reasons i bought the gun, it has a much larger contact surface and has never sliced a ball, like happens occasionally in regular mags. it has amazing tunable potential. i have it tuned with such a short trigger stroke its to the point where it acts like an rt trigger. its light weight and maybe its just mine, but its balanced perfectly, with a full rev.
ive run out of stuff to do to it, i am going to build a cocker
amazing gun, with loads of potental. not enough to do to this simple but effective design
drop - makes gun super small, not like its not small enough
barrel - get exel, boomstick, freak, they all work well with this gun
Stickies make any gun comfortable
double trigger is always nice
Pretty fast for being mechanical
Takes cokcker threads
None so far
I've had this gun for bout 1 week and it rocks. it is the smallest gun i have ever shot while being accurate and durable. i think i'd have to run over it with a car to due any real damage. it has pf and that' s a nice +. it is realy accurate. it is gives a really smooth feel when firing and is easy to find a sweet spot. this is a sweet-action-red-faction-gun!!!
(sorry inside joke)
Basicall this is an awsome gun and and i love it , i would recomend to anyone
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, February 11th, 2005 at 9:35 am PST
basically a stock micromag, only i've added an RT valve.
drop forward, and asa, the bottom line bites.
sweet trigger pull w/ the RT valve, sweetspot it just right, and it 'll superfast
comes in some wierd combo colors and it is kinda heavy despite it's size.
this is a sweet gun in general. there are definently pros and cons. some of the pros are: sweet trigger pull
tight milling.... cons are: bad, just plain wierd colors
awful stock barrel
anyway, thats kinda a rundown of this gun in general, it may have its cons, but what guns dont. this is definetly an 'A' GAME gun
03 vert reg impulse, J&J edge barrel, flame drop foreward, equalizer bolt, brass hammer, polished ram shaft, tapeworm, egg with y board, 68/4500 crossfire tank, new designz blade trigger
trigger frame, level 10 bolt
Very reliable, doesnt chop alot, very accruate, small, rare
Trigger is different, detent
This is a great mag, it is small and accurate. it doesnt chop too much but a laevel 10 woulsh help that. it is extrememly reilable, and mine came with a 3 star air valve, today i dont think that they even put stars on mags anymore. so i guess mines kinda a rarity. turns heads at the feild cause nobodys ever seen a mag like it before. i put my egg on it and turned the speed all the way down to 4 bps and i fired as fast as i could and started chopping like crazy, not a ball or two but tons. so despite the trigger, u can still get the balls out as good as aregualr mag trigger even though it is much longer than a regualr mag. however i find it ot be lighter and smoother. they use cocker barrels which is good and bad. good because finding barrels are easy, but bad because of the detent tehy now use. there is a weird plastic detent coming out the side of the body. it seems like just one more thing to break or something. it wont really break, but still. also, if you put the gun down on that side, you may press on it and double feed a ball. it just goes to show you when it comes to mags you just cant outsmart tom kayne. the plastic nubbin is definitely a more trouble free system. however, because of the autococker threads, teh body can be much smaller. the micromag really is micro, i would say many inches shorter than a regualr mag.
Good gun, its small, its rare, its acurate, has alot of nice features over regular mags, reliable, good gun.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, August 26th, 2005 at 11:59 am PST
RT ULE Custom
-nickel plated intelliframe with intelli feed hookup to my 12v xboard
-red ULE body
Definately a new gripframe, and a regulator
Accuracy, size, and capability to be upgraded
Does not include regulator, long trigger pull, also a hard trigger pull
This is a nice gun but you definately need a new grip frame. One reason for this is because it comes stock with a single finger trigger. This trigger has a very long trigger pull also it is a very hard pull. Another reason is because you cant shoot the marker very fast at all with stock grip frame.
I would get this marker if you have somewhat experience but the one big thing is you have to have the money they arent as expensive as cockers but there close.