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- Order number: 3835
The company FID - Flint Instrument Design from the USA has presented the world's first continuous feed magazine for the marker models Dye DAM and Planet Eclipse EMEK EMF100. The magazine has various features that players on the field really appreciate.
FID Continuous Feed Magazines hold 22 shots Cal. 68 paintball ammunition, or alternatively 21 shots of First Strike paintballs. So far, for the Dye DAM and the Planet Eclipse EMEK EMF100, you only had the choice between 10 and 20 rounds of DAM magazines, which, however, had to be taken out of the magazine shaft and turned around after half of the fired capacity. The Contonous Feed magazine from Flint Instrument Design consistently feeds all 22/21 shots into the marker, one after the other.
Other interesting features are the compatibility with the proven Dye Mag couplers and the toolless design. With the mag couplers, 2 magazines can be connected for faster reloading. Toolless means that the magazine can be disassembled and assembled without tools.
The FID Continuous Feed magazine is significantly smaller than all comparable DAM magazines and has a larger magazine capacity. Another crucial advantage on the pitch.
The FID magazine can either be preloaded with a loading rod (not included!) or the paintballs can simply be loaded into the magazine one after the other against the pressure of the spring. The spring tension in the FID magazine is particularly gentle, which makes reloading really easy.
FID 2.0 Continuous Feed Magazine:
– Capacity 22 rounds Cal. 68 / 21 shot first strike
– Compact design (shorter than all comparable DAM magazines)
– True Feed magazine, no turning or twisting necessary!
– Compatible with the Dye DAM and the Planet Eclipse EMEK EMF100
- Compatible with the Dye Mag couplers (magazine connector, like the G36)
– Completely disassemble without tools (toolless design)
– Maintenance takes less than 1 minute!
– Solid material (fiber-reinforced plastic, similar to Dye Rotor housing)
– Interference-free design with no jamming
– No tension on the balls while the magazine is not in the marker.