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    Kila's and the '09('10,'11?) PTP Micromag

    Anyone order these? If so how well did they fit? Still looking for detents

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    100 Views and no-one's tried it?

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    I jumped in on the Check-it buy through vf-xx.

    Just mentioned it because I felt guilty looking.

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    Find some good old cheapo brass cocker detents, or stick with the ones PTP provides. I found that the Check-its are way too soft and paint gets pushed past them pretty easy. I wasnt able to make the springs strong enough to stop it.

    The Kilas always end up broken on mags, save your money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil
    The Kilas always end up broken on mags, save your money.
    The old ones worked great. The new ones not so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MANN
    The old ones worked great. The new ones not so much.

    What was the difference? The ones I have arent really new they are about 4 years old. Orange plastic pistons. Very well made, but every one has broken. They work great in my old angels though..

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    The ones that were held in by an oring imo did not work good(mine had yellow internals). The ones before that I kept on my xmags(had white internals), and never had any problems. There is another design out now, and I have not tried it.

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    I did not realize how many versions were out there. These were the ones I always liked (but mine had white internals instead of black

    http://www.warpig.com/paintball/technical/misc/v2/

    The ones that came after these did not unscrew( maybe v3?), and held in by an oring. I couldnt find good pics of them. The magnets are able to be mounted on the outside of the detent. The newest ones look to have a jewel on the ends (maybe v4?).
    Last edited by MANN; 03-26-2011 at 10:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MANN
    The ones that were held in by an oring imo did not work good(mine had yellow internals). The ones before that I kept on my xmags(had white internals), and never had any problems. There is another design out now, and I have not tried it.

    edit:
    I did not realize how many versions were out there. These were the ones I always liked (but mine had white internals instead of black

    http://www.warpig.com/paintball/technical/misc/v2/

    The ones that came after these did not unscrew( maybe v3?), and held in by an oring. I couldnt find good pics of them. The magnets are able to be mounted on the outside of the detent. The newest ones look to have a jewel on the ends (maybe v4?).
    Hmm... This may be problematic- I'm looking for a rebuildable detent because I want a custom anno job and where I'd usually use ANS detents I won't be able to get the effect I want. Still lookin for someone who's tried putting one into their 2k9

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