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New mag design Answered

A new top loading mag WITH an internal pusher. The only other i've seen that has both top loading and an internal pusher is ironman's; but his uses a bendy rod as a pusher. Just let me know what you think and any guns you might make using it. Credit goes to Ironman69 for the top loading idea.

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Sharir1701

6 years ago

lol and to think i spent so many hours trying to make the perfect mag with the same criteria. i managed to, of course - my SSM, but this one is better, and i never even found it until now.

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TheDunkisSharir1701

Reply 6 years ago

I don't think I even recall seeing this mag, but separately I developed my BAW magazine just over a month later that didn't require any cut pieces. And then there were a few other magazines like this of course. Yeah, sorry, but you were a little behind the game. >_<

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Sharir1701TheDunkis

Reply 6 years ago

and btw, now i remember why i didn't like it. it was because the bullet was different from the kind i liked. the bullet type was part of my criteria.

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TheDunkisSharir1701

Reply 6 years ago

Why your bullet? It's very similar to mine except that mine has a white rod to give it something solid to hit. And another similar ammo is to shrink the magazine by one connector and then it'd fit dark greys with white rods. Or it can fit yellow rods which I was hoping to use in a bolt action if I'd ever figure out how to make the removable magazine work with a separate barrel. Well, to each his or her own. We'll use what works for us.

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Sharir1701TheDunkis

Reply 6 years ago

my bullet has a cut piece at the back to give it something solid to hit, and i don't know, i just like my bullet better. anyway, good luck with whatever you're doing.

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TheDunkisSharir1701

Reply 6 years ago

Well again, mine doesn't need any cut pieces to function in any way. XP But again, to each his or her own.

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Sharir1701TheDunkis

Reply 6 years ago

yup. i still maintain (in my opinion) that mine is better than all the others, including yours, but excluding kinetic's. except for his, which i found just yesterday, i think mine is the best, and that's the reason i even started working on mine - because i found no other good one (once again, in my opinion, and i did see your's. i didn't like it, sorry...).

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Oompa-Loompa

9 years ago

This owns. I'm using it in my projects, I was too lazy to think up one on my own. >.<

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TheDunkisTheChemiker

Reply 8 years ago

Reviving dead topics. Imagine trying to talk to a dead guy except he turns into a zombie and eats whatever brains you have left. That's similar to replying to an old post and having the **** taken out on you for making such a mistake. I recommend not doing it for your own good and our sanity.

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Oompa-LoompaTheDunkis

Reply 8 years ago

I don't know if that was the best example, but it gets the point across well enough.

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KineticOompa-Loompa

Reply 9 years ago

Thanks and check this out... Removes just like an ak-47 The rod in the mag fits into the 3d connector and when you push it up it hooks onto a lever (the gun isn't finished yet but its gonna be sick)

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KineticKiller~SafeCracker

Reply 9 years ago

Yes but one of them is not needed-the one on the right in the top loading part.

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KineticKinetic

Reply 9 years ago

Scratch that (i can't count) it uses three in the mag

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Katarukito

9 years ago

ironman69 made a similar style mag

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Killer~SafeCracker

9 years ago

I think you will have problems making this removable.

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KineticKiller~SafeCracker

Reply 9 years ago

No i have that figured out. I may cut a few of the white rods in the process, though. It is going to use the same idea as an ak-47 mag in terms of removing it.

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KineticKiller~SafeCracker

Reply 9 years ago

You can make the pusher smaller to make it hold more but this one only holds 3. I have also made one that holds 7-i just increased the length by an orange connector.