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Old 02-28-2005, 10:43 PM #1
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What's the difference between mags?

What's the difference between Automag, E-Mag, Devi-Mag, and RT Mag.

Very interested in the Mag family.
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Old 02-28-2005, 10:49 PM #2
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automag operates of off the classic valve, and doesnt have the rt affect of the rt/emag/x valves

rt mags have rt or x valves and cna be fired up to 26bps without shootdown, even faster with the proper(not legal) setup.

emag's are rt mags with electronic frames made by agd on them

devilmags are rt mags with the devilmag aftermarket frame on it available at www.devilsden.tv the order is backed up right now because of delays in some milling, but hopefully they get done soon and people can be ripping people up.
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Old 03-01-2005, 01:57 AM #3
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Can you put those awesome ULE bodies on the RT's? like the ones on www.deadlywind.com .
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Old 03-01-2005, 02:00 AM #4
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as long as it isnt a classic rt, then yes.
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Old 03-01-2005, 08:55 AM #5
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I have been curious for a while, the "rt" effect. Everygun pushes the trigger back into your fingers, so what is so special about the Reactive trigger, is it just a faster return?..
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it pushed the trigger back to a reset button faster than the user can react setting the gun up for the enxt shot.

while its legal and non bouncy in stock mode if you have an excessive input psi or have modded the gun in any other way it might be able to bounce or nearly go full-auto.

the rt uses air/trigger to reset the gun not a spring/microwsitch
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I thought all mags worked like that. Because they all have the pin- maybe im just retarded.
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Old 03-01-2005, 05:11 PM #8
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you are correct. They all work that way. The RT just uses alot higher of a presure to kick the pin back than the classic does. 450psi versus 800+psi. It doesn't use any MORE air than any other mag valve, it's just how the air is routed.
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Old 03-01-2005, 09:05 PM #9
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They also taste different. A Classic RT tastes much like Pepsi and yet an Emag tastes like cotton candy.
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Well I almost forgot a tac one tastes like salsa. I dont think you really want to know.....
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---I have been curious for a while, the "rt" effect. Everygun pushes the trigger back into your fingers, so what is so special about the Reactive trigger, is it just a faster return?..---

yes the return is faster on the RT/X valve - the trigger pull is 3lbs and the return force is 6lbs. this enables the shooter to reach much higher rates of fire without shortstroking
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---I have been curious for a while, the "rt" effect. Everygun pushes the trigger back into your fingers, so what is so special about the Reactive trigger, is it just a faster return?..---

yes the return is faster on the RT/X valve - the trigger pull is 3lbs and the return force is 6lbs. this enables the shooter to reach much higher rates of fire without shortstroking

thats mostly true, but the forces are more around the area of 15oz for pull and 3 lbs of return force
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thats mostly true, but the forces are more around the area of 15oz for pull and 3 lbs of return force
you are confusing the ULE and RT triggers. the ULE drops the RT trigger pull from 3lbs to 15oz with virtually no "bounce" back. but the RT is 3lbs of pull and 6lbs of bounce.
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oops...got my numbers confused on that
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