Well first off. Accuracy is a factor of the barrel, velocity consistancy, and the player. So.. Yes mags can be very very accurate.
There's a reason (well lots) that I won't sell my micromag. I have a gun that fits me better, but the mag has qualitys that make me not want to get rid of it. So yes, they are good.
As for upgrades... I don't considder a mag usefull unless it has a Revvy on it, a barrel that matches the paint, and preferably a n2 tank. An experienced player can get away with co2... But if you are new to mags, n2 is the rule of thumb.
IT makes the automag club a bit pricey to join, it's defintely not like buying a spyder. You can expect to spend $500-650 for a setup that you won't feel inadequate using. Those are new prices..
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