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Diablo747

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Hi
There is any chance to see in the future high-cap magazines for the krytac vector that isn't necessary a drum mag?
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KRISS Sierra Tango

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That is certainly within the realm of possibility. We do plan on releasing a high capacity magazine for the Vector SMG AEG.
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Jooki

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Is there an ETA yet on the release of the hi-cap magazines?
Are they even in development?
Also, I'd definitely buy a drum mag if one became available.
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Zabralo MacRede

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I agree, I would buy a drum mag like many of my friends with Vector
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kinesis

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hopefully it will be a dual drum mag or if it's single ... hopefully it's a box shape and not a round drum.

please retain the space gun look and don't throw it back into the 40's

but yes a hi cap would be desirable.


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alganon

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If GG can make a hi cap for the ARP9 then really Krytec should be all other this, I love the gun but we need a hi cap or a drum mag option.
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Jooki

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There are already competitors making drum mags for the Vector. It's a shame we can't have official magazines from Krytac. How about a mid cap drum mag to mix things up like g&g are bringing out. Keeps the mid cappers happy and gives enough rounds to keep the hi cappers happy too. Win win
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alganon

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Who makes the best vector drum mag
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Jooki

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Firestorm have Vector adapters for their drum mag. It's pretty good, been using it for a month or 2
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dhong_sd

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I have this angel custom thunderstorm electric drum mag. Auto winding, no need to reload just one push of a button and youre good to go till you finish 1500 rounds. Its heavy when full though and a bit pricey but its worth it. Plus its interchangeable so you can use other platform.
https://www.evike.com/products/81643/
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poos

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Any news on this yet?
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Codenamebald

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Evening one and all.
Krytac Vector owner for the past year or so but only just joined the forum so be gentle with me.
Having played half a dozen airsoft events this year, with the Vector as my primary gun, I have to say it is a fantastic bit of kit.
I have also recently purchased an angel custom electric drum mag from Evike - button wind every so often and after one use, I can say that this too is a great bit of kit. 
Hate the 95 round mags and the need to carry bucket loads of them to avoid being caught empty handed.  If there is talk of a hi-cap coming then that is good news.

The stock Vector is pretty good for reliability and range but having read some of the threads I can see that there is the general view to increase bb weight to support increased range and accuracy.  A nice, easy, and relatively cost effective upgrade which I will try.

But can I ask whether anyone has successfully upgraded the internals (barrel, gears, piston, etc) and achieved any significant improvements over and above the heavier bbs?

Welcome your thoughts.
Many thanks
CNB
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sheywood

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We're a little off topic so likely a back hand coming our way but I'll share my experience

I have two Vectors (one for me, one for my son). Both have M125 springs. I've upgraded one to a 247MM barrel and we play with either .28's or .32's depending on what the field has in stock. The Vector with the longer barrel out performs the other between 15-20fps normalizing Joules to .20 FPS Through some weird twist of fate Dad's gun is the upgraded one :-)

RE range and accuracy, I like the .28's but I like the .32's better. 

I've taken apart the Vector with the extended barrel to lube the cylinder so I've been in the gearbox but didn't change any internals

RE you drum mag, glad to hear you like it as I have one on the way. Curious as to whether or not you ever saw feeding issues due to loose engagement? IOW did you ever have to 'jiggle' or adjust the drum mag to get it correctly sealed to the hop up after loading it in, or was it just a load once and everything worked fine experience?

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Codenamebald

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Hi Sheywood.

Thank you for your reply.

No issues at all with the drum mag. Attach mag adapter to drum, insert battery, slap in and away you go.

There are some mixed views on drum mags but both I and a friend got ours same time, same first use and neither of us had a single issue during a day of fun. Though I guess only time will tell.

Hope you have the same success with yours.

CNB
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Sidious

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Im planning to buy the angelcustom drum mag. Should I buy the electric ones or the string ones? Please give me some ideas.

Sometimes i play cqb, but i also play woodland.
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