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    Tominco
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    Hey guys!
    I recently picked up some Wildcat magazine holders and figured I’d do a review on both styles. 
    Hope you enjoy! Toss me a + if you find this helpful! 

    Thanks,
    Tom

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    Crusher
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    Hey Tom,
    Is the barrel threaded to fit that hugget if I take the shroud and air stripper off?

    Oh, and thanks for the review. Nicely done as always.

    Crusher
     

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    Tominco
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    @crusher – Yes. If you’d like to PM me your email, I’ll share the youtube video I made about it.
    I dare not post it live on YT… Barrel, Shroud, remove, install, SILENCER!!!!!! 

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    Matt247365
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    Thanks for doing a comparo video, Tom :)

    Some of the reasons I designed my own Magholders instead of using what was already out there:

    • To keep the mags closer to the gun’s center of gravity instead of rearward in the stock.
    • To leave the holes in the stock open because I use them to handle the gun (Some people use the holes to mount slings)
    • To be able to load pellets into the mags with one hand ( the mags will spin and you can load them while mounted )
    • To take advantage of the indestructibility of CNC machined billet. 3D printing has a place in rapid prototyping but very limited long-term durability.
    • To produce an accessory of the highest quality, fit and finish worthy of mounting on a $1400 rifle.
    • Last but not least because they look cool mounted there.

    It has been a pleasure interacting with dozens of Wildcat owners here on AGN :)

    +1 Tomcat :yes:

    Matt

     

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    Tominco
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    “Matt247365”Some of the reasons I designed my own Magholders instead of using what was already out there:

    • To be able to load pellets into the mags with one hand ( the mags will spin and you can load them while mounted )
    • To take advantage of the indestructibility of CNC machined billet. 3D printing has a place in rapid prototyping but very limited long-term durability.

    
ALL of the reasons you mentioned are very good and I’m glad you took this project on and made these available to all of us! 
    I quoted two of your reasons above…
    I hadn’t thought of loading them while in the mag holders! Makes perfect sense. 
    One of the reasons I really liked your design was that it was NOT 3D printed. The 3D tech is really great but, the plastic that is used seems brittle to me. I like the look and feel of the Delrin plastic much more.

    Tom 

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    Droptine26
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    Thanks for the video! I ordered 2 of them tonight for my Wildcat MKII that hasn’t arrived yet.

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