Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black
Stark Pursuit

Stark Pursuit ZetaMag (Generation 3) - Black

Regular price $29.99 $0.00
The versatile ZetaMag is a high-capacity, twin-channel, reversible magazine for paintball pistols and SMGs, including (but not limited to) the Tippmann TPX/TiPX, TCR, MagFed Adapter, QLab Zeta adapters, and now the highly anticipated MILSIG M17 SMG. The newly refined ZetaMag, (3rd Generation) delivers the best performing, and most versatile ZetaMag yet.
 
New improvements include:
  • Chamfered Bezels
 - The top-notch now features exciting new chamfering technology to reduce the potential for mag catches to get stuck in the wrong spot.

  • Spring Buffers - The springs now feature support buffers at the base to increase locking stability and reduce chances of unintended release.

  • Strong Followers - 
The mini followers are reinforced so they can better sustain high-G impacts.

  • Improved “last-ball” feeding -
 Followers extend slightly higher to ensure that the final round is fully chambered in more situations.
  • Detent Upgrade -
 The detents now feature new geometry that grabs paint and fins alike. Detent-springs are under more pressure to grab rounds, and released magazines will eject with more force.

  • More Compatibility - Additional mag-catch points to interface with the MILSIG M17 SMG

Additional Info:
 
Containing two ten-round stacks of .68 caliber paint (spherical or shaped projectile), the ZetaMag is designed to feed on one channel, and then be rotated vertically on the Z-axis to feed a second full stack. By having 20 rounds available in the space of a single magazine we have effectively tripled the capacity of the default TiPX mag, yet only extending the length by four inches.
 
The ZetaMag team has gone to great lengths, numerous iterations, and challenges, in honing in the best possible extended magazine. The result is a rugged, self-contained product able to hold a large capacity of diverse rounds, without compromising on structural integrity. Features like stronger stainless steel springs for better retention and delivery, as well as an omni-protective "Dust-Boot", are just a few indications of the thoughtfulness applied in the design.
 
The ZetaMag answers the call for extended mags and delivers more than what was asked for.

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J
J.L.
Great functionality and size, lacking durability

Great mags but very delicate!

T
T.M.
Love em

I love zetas. They work great and they carry the most ammo for their size. Other 20 round mags are twice as big. Sure you have to flip the mag after 10 shots, but I don’t mind. I play magfed so I can load mags.
Milsig is always great at shipping stock items quickly. These came in like 4 business days.

J
J.E.
Good mags

Pros:
-More ammo capacity than the standard TiPX or 8 round mags.
-Much better durability than the 8 round mags and better round retention as with 8 round coupled mags the second mag release all it's round just with the vibration from firing.
-Narrow profile which makes them light and easy to carry although you might want to get different mag pouches as they can easily slide out of a conventional AK pouch from the sides.
-Compatible with multiple markers

Cons:
-You need to manually release the follower
-The plastic is a bit brittle on the tips at the ball exit point
-The extra thick plastic ribbing to solidify the mag catches the mag release in the SMG magwell which makes you have to pull harder on the mag, hold the mag release longer or modify the ribbing to add more of a slant to it for it not to catch.
-Expensive compared to most mags coming out on the market.
-Finding parts is practically impossible.

C
C.
Zetamags

As always, great products


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