Features a vertical feed body that effectively loads balls about 2-3 balls per second faster than older models. Along with the vertical ASA adaptor and the 12 inch J&J ceramic barrel, the Centerfire comes with a .45 grip frame and an expansion chamber along with a steel-braided hose with fitting and quick disconnect.
Materials: chrome or teflon coated body
Color: anodized black/gray/blue combo or the black/pastel-green combo
The Diggers Centerfire Minimag is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
tigershark, mirage, spyder, wgp autococker..., classic automag, powerfeed automag, micromag. There is no comparison. This gun along with it's awesome vertical feed body is truly a work of art and a work horse.
I currently use a black vertical feed minimag with twelve inch j&j barrel, retro valve, micro hoses, black blade intelliframe, twelve volt revolution with x-board, smart parts natural wood grip, drop forward and a nice litte forty-eight ci fourty-five hundred psi five year aci bulldog II.
It's your personal preference, mags are great because there is "no limit" to the amount of upgrades you can add on to any mag. I don't advise you on spending your scholarship money on upgrades.....sorry coach. lol. If I could have a upgrade on this gun or any gun it would have to be a All American barrel. But if your a poor college kid like me then you make due with the twelve inch j&j it comes with. A hyperframe would be cool but all my extra money that I'm trying to save keeps going to my other hobby.........alcohol. lol
quote by Master P. and the No Limit Family.
Well for starters everyone I have talked to has told me that this body will give you hell, because mags are blowback guns and a vertical feed body is simply a no no. Well I have found that to be very false and am still wondering when I'm ever going to chop a ball through it. Don't let people fool you this body is one of a kind, but are very hard to get a hold of. There is talk out there that only four hundred of these guns were made I don't know if that's true or not but there is surely a shortage of these bad boys. I personally called AGD and asked them why they don't sell these vertical guns or bodies and basically the guy told me that only a few were made for some company as a experiment. I guess the experiment went bad.....I haven't got a clue why these guns are great. The only thing I could think of is the rise of electric guns over the past few years that has really given cockers and mags a run for there money. One thing I've learned over the years is that it doesn't matter if you have a hundred dollar gun or a fifteen hundred dollar gun if your a smart player on the field and always think one step a head of your opponent you will usually come out on top. "Paintball is a real life chess game." Besides looks which shine like the north star this gun is extreamly light (my set up is, your set up might be different compared to mine,) the rate of fire is insane, accuracy is above average and last but not least the minimag body is so hot. It reminds me of my girlfriends body but just not as soft and I can't make love to it. lol.
Well I've had the gun for about a month and a half and I played with my set up the past month and a half and have yet to come across a problem and don't plan on coming up on one either.
Great gun, AGD has truly did it again with the production of this gun. It's cool how it only seems to get better and better. Thank you Tom K. for keeping mag owners and myself happy. Keep up the great work. Feel free to email me with any questions about this gun or my gun or paintball in general. I'm a straight forward kind of guy, I'll give you the truth and some of my opinion, you might not like my answer but I don't beat around the bush I'll tell you exactly what's on my mind. I guess that's why I'm working on my psychology major. If I mispelled anything or have many grammer errors don't mind them, I didn't spell check anything. This crap is not for a grade.
Trigger frame unless you like stock Mag triggers. Extra barrels, although they are harder to find.
- The vertical feed works better than a standard feed, but there's not really a noticable difference when compared to powerfeed.
- Easily maintained. Easy to oil and can be dumped in water like other 68/Classic's and Mini's.
- Doesn't chop often.
- Quite quiet. Had some people comment on its "noise."
- It's a mag =] (I know that's biased but I love mags so I had to include that)
- It's difficult to get barrels for it, although some companies do make centerfeed mag barrels, such as BOA (who make quality barrels might I add).
- I don't have the intelliframe yet, but it appears as though the expansion chamber it comes with will be in the way of the trigger frame.
It's a very good gun and I love it with all my heart. I even feel guilty when I shoot other guns ;-). I'd recommend it to anyone interested in 'Mags. I want to give it a 9.5 only because of the barrel issue, but I'll round it up (benefit of the doubt).
this gun is great, i have had it for about a little less then a month and i played with it 4 times, this gun is great in woods ball, and unstoppable in speed ball. my friend just bought a 2002 cocker, and he saw this gun and wanted to buy one of these!
two things one is if you don't have a revvy most likely you will chop a ton of balls, two the trigger pull is pretty heavy, but you can get used to it.
this gun is great, i love it so far and have had no problems. I would recommend this gun to people who are tired of spyders and are looking for a little more out of a gun.