Old Mag Design Question
I believe my mag is old. I mean really old. Like pre-stars-on-the-valve old. Anyways, the first game I played with my Superbolt, it was for some reason chopping my paint to **** and back. After playing, I took it apart and noticed my wire nubbin had been smashed flat against the body of my barrel, and when I replaced it with a plastic one, there was a big, nasty scar on the barrel where the wire had dug in. Also, the first 2-3 millimeters of the sleeve of my superbolt had been chewed up, with scratches and the like on it. So, I decided to get out my old bolt, and noticed that it was at least 2-3 mm shorter. So my questions are, where, besides the bolt, is there a difference between my mag and some newer ones? The body? The power tube? And also, I have a Z-Body on the way, will using it do anything to my mag if I stick with the old bolt, or would it not push forward far enough, thus not sealing off the breech and sending air up my powerfeed?
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