THE GOLD SPEEDLOADER IMPACT MAGAZINES FROM UTAH AIRGUNS

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    Spray1Mark
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    Has anyone on here got one? I would like to see a pic and a demo of it in use, UTAH AG dont have any.

    I can get the gold Impact parts just not the mag!

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    heavy-impact
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    More info please.

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    Spray1Mark
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    Sorry what do you mean more info?

    Do you know the magazine I am talking about that was made last year and used by the UTAH team at the 2018 event?

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    heavy-impact
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    Spray1Mark

    Sorry what do you mean more info?

    Do you know the magazine I am talking about that was made last year and used by the UTAH team at the 2018 event?

    No sir, I've never seen it.

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    Spray1Mark
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    Okay, it's shown in one of the UTAH AG videos last year, they only made 10 of them, I think that maybe to qualify as a production gun for the event.

    I expect someone on here owns one!

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    Endeavor
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    Only available to ELVIS or a certified impersonators.  Just a guess on my part.  Good luck with your search, it seems many Impact fans are looking for items seen on FX productions videos.

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    Spray1Mark
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    LOL!

    The gold parts aren't a problem, but the mag at that time was made by Thane & Val, so I suspect there aren't any hidden away somewhere.

    We will see if they used the gold mag when videos of RMAC 2019 hit the scene, the gold IMPACTS were definitely used.

     

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    stoti
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    Spray1Mark
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    I think you are confused STOTI? what is in development? the speedloader magazine only came with the 1 off GOLD IMPACTS sold by UTAH guns last year after the RMAC, as far as I am aware they had to offer the gun to market so that it would be classed as a production gun so 10 were made to qualify.

    There are no more and will be no more speedloader mags, I have that in writing from UTAH AG! (unless they are lying LOL).

     

     

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    Spray1Mark

    I think you are confused STOTI? what is in development? the speedloader magazine only came with the 1 off GOLD IMPACTS sold by UTAH guns last year after the RMAC, as far as I am aware they had to offer the gun to market so that it would be classed as a production gun so 10 were made to qualify.

    There are no more and will be no more speedloader mags, I have that in writing from UTAH AG! (unless they are lying LOL).

     

     

    And other than the color it's the same as the sideshot high capacity ones or completely different?

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    Spray1Mark
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    Hi Glem, well thats actually the reason I asked for a picture, Justin Jacobson in the video describes the process as pour the pellets in the mag, shake they right themselves and then shoot!

    Now I don't know about anyone else but I have a number of the mega mag (FX sideshot mag made under license) and this absolutely does not work when I try it.

    From what little I can gleen in the videos the cassette must be different in order to self right the pellets, but only someone who owns one could show us that (except for the inventors of course and as I said I got a closed shop answer from UAG).

     

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    stoti
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    I started to post thinking you were talking about the pump action deal he was using. When I re read your post I deleted mine. Magazines, I have know idea. They sound cool though.

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    Spray1Mark
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    No problem, I still hope someone on here owns one and can shed some light on it!

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    Greek
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    Here is a picture I took at EBR last year.

    Best I can tell they were produced to meet the rules for EBR Speed Silhouette requirements (Factory Magazine with no more than 18 rounds.) 

    Too bad nobody can buy these "Factory mags" that were never sold to the public  I know of one Gold rifle sold to a someone only after the EBR last year,But I don't know if the Quick load mags were included.

    I would love to have some of these mags.

    They are a huge advantage for quickly loading a mag in a production / stock class at the EBR Speed Silhouette. 

    I was asked to not use the 3 ten round mags I coupled for my Daystate Redwolf this last weekend at the Speed shoot off final at the RMAC.

    I was told that I was not doing a mag change when I used my triple mag.

    But if I have to physically push the empty mag out to install the next loaded mag, I can't see how that is not a mag change.

    Pretty bad coming from the guys that built 10 guns and mags for only them to use.

    I am all for innovation but as long as everyone can innovate not just one company's shooters.

    Just my thoughts 

    But all that being said the RMAC was great and I look forward to next years match.

    Just don't care for the do as I say not as I do mentality!

    Thanks John 

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    Spray1Mark
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    Hi Greek, thats exactly what I wanted, thankyou very much!

    The special edition guns with this mag were "supposedly" offered for sale according to the video (after EBR correct), but maybe not who knows?

    Were they used by the team this year then or not? perhaps they fell foul of their own rules.

    Anyways it shouldn't be too hard to produce something similar on a rotary head on the milling machine, may give it a go.

    Did you happen to see if the mag was wound before or after filling with pellets (or dumping as JJ calls it).

     

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    Spray1Mark
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    PS Greek, can you post or PM a picture of your coupled Daystate mags please?

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    Greek
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    The mag still need to be wound using the circular thumb hole then just pour the pellets on and shake.

    Here is a pic of my magazine set up for the Redwolf. 

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    Spray1Mark
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    Very clever, so there is no action pin in the magazines? it's not clear how the magnets are positioned in the centre and one in the breech?

    So the idea is you just feed from right to left after every 10 shots?

    Plus you modified the cocking handle to bring the lever closer to you?

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    I removed the stop pin on the center and right mag and added a second magnet to both of those mags. The second magnet helps the mag self center.

    In talking to another Redwolf shooter at RMAC he had add magnets to the right side of one mag set up to feed from the left side of the rifle. Then set up a mag for right side feed with magnets on the left side. The two mags just stick together and can be shifted back and forth. 

    I think his design is more reliable. But you only get 20 shots instead of 30.

    You end up with two mags held together by magnets and just shift from one mag to the other.

    Thanks John 

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    Spray1Mark
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    Very ingenious, all done to save time on the speed silhouette comp then yes?

    So even with the GOLD mag you still have to do a mag change.

    The rules say that the mags must be unloaded at the start dont they?

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