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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2021 1:50 pm 
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Anyone seen them or have one? He has a 9 shot and a compact 5 shot. I'm going to try the 5 shot because he has some are for left handers too!

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https://www.ebay.ca/itm/22-GRAVmag-Comp ... 4812532048

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2021 2:01 pm 
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Now that is different. I remember a few years back someone making a rotary version that used the umarex clips

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2021 2:17 pm 
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Any style Crosman breech it will fit, the Discoveries too! Never seen the rotary one?

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2021 3:57 pm 
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I tried a 3D printed gravity fed one that worked well.


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I remember years ago I found something similar but more pricey I remember however still cheaper than the GMAC multi shot breech setup...

However I learned then a longer probe to seat the pellets better brings more good to me, I never mod my two guns into multi shot but buy a Diana Chaser instead... [emoji38]

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Anxious to hear your review, Greg


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2021 9:20 pm 
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Canadianguy wrote:
Anyone seen them or have one? He has a 9 shot and a compact 5 shot. I'm going to try the 5 shot because he has some are for left handers too!

Pricey?


https://www.ebay.ca/itm/22-GRAVmag-Comp ... 4812532048


It's pretty neat actually.

I just got the Gravmag 9S (in right handed bolt version) and a spare parts kit, about a week ago. It works pretty well on my 1322 with steel breech. It seems to feed fairly consistently, as long as you aren't using an aftermarket bolt with a extended tip. The extended tip will get in the way of feeding pellets into the breech.
It's all plastic except for the pellet feeder spring and screws, so not sure how durable it will be over the long run.

I bought the 9 shot version because he has a spare parts kit available for it, but I can't say I really like how far it sticks out the side of the airgun. If my testing of the 9 shot version works well I may order the shorter 5 shot version as well. I just hope he makes a spare parts kit for the 5 shot version at some point. Logic makes me think that the reason he sells a spare parts kit is because the parts in the kit wear out.

I also plan to try it on my Maximus at some point, as that will be a great addition, turning it into a multi shot rifle.

It's a bit pricey, but I am enjoying modding these Crosman airguns. I know there is at least one other way (from GMac) to add multi shot to a Crosman bolt action, but that is a lot more money. But higher quality, I know.

I ordered the Gravmag 9S from this website, which I think is the guy who actually makes them:
https://www.airgun-parts-shop.co.uk/

Curiously, it arrived from the UK faster than most things I have ordered from Canadian source over the past 12 months.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 23, 2021 12:22 am 
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I like my extended probe too much to bother with this multi shot setup

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krawdad wrote:
Canadianguy wrote:
Anyone seen them or have one? He has a 9 shot and a compact 5 shot. I'm going to try the 5 shot because he has some are for left handers too!

Pricey?


https://www.ebay.ca/itm/22-GRAVmag-Comp ... 4812532048


It's pretty neat actually.

I just got the Gravmag 9S (in right handed bolt version) and a spare parts kit, about a week ago. It works pretty well on my 1322 with steel breech. It seems to feed fairly consistently, as long as you aren't using an aftermarket bolt with a extended tip. The extended tip will get in the way of feeding pellets into the breech.
It's all plastic except for the pellet feeder spring and screws, so not sure how durable it will be over the long run.

I bought the 9 shot version because he has a spare parts kit available for it, but I can't say I really like how far it sticks out the side of the airgun. If my testing of the 9 shot version works well I may order the shorter 5 shot version as well. I just hope he makes a spare parts kit for the 5 shot version at some point. Logic makes me think that the reason he sells a spare parts kit is because the parts in the kit wear out.

I also plan to try it on my Maximus at some point, as that will be a great addition, turning it into a multi shot rifle.

It's a bit pricey, but I am enjoying modding these Crosman airguns. I know there is at least one other way (from GMac) to add multi shot to a Crosman bolt action, but that is a lot more money. But higher quality, I know.

I ordered the Gravmag 9S from this website, which I think is the guy who actually makes them:
https://www.airgun-parts-shop.co.uk/

Curiously, it arrived from the UK faster than most things I have ordered from Canadian source over the past 12 months.



I didn't know they sold spare parts....makes sense about the wearing, not sure the material ! When I pull my bolt back just enough before it engages. The tip of the bolt is inline with the front of the entrance. I don't know if it's a long probe or not, never thought to check......thanks for bringing it up!

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I just put the 9 shot .22 mag on my 2260 build today, seems great so far. It really ups the fun factor.

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Yes, that would make shooting more fun. Quicker follow-ups.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 22, 2021 11:19 am 
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I only used the 5 shot gravity fed one. Found it bulky, and was afraid of the elastic bands would break. I wouldnt mind one that allows a 2nd shot.

Def a cheaper option than buying a multi shot breech.


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For the money that you are spending for the gun, steel breech and this you can easily get a PCP like PP750, which is a repeater to start with.


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ineedpal wrote:
For the money that you are spending for the gun, steel breech and this you can easily get a PCP like PP750, which is a repeater to start with.


You can build a 22xx for 1/2 the cost of a PP750 which is what like 400$ after taxes? Then you also need to factor in the cost of a hand pump or a compressor. As one is C02 VS PCP. Plus in Head damage case, a CR 2260 can be made into a PAL rifle, a PP750 you cannot.


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leadslinger wrote:
ineedpal wrote:
For the money that you are spending for the gun, steel breech and this you can easily get a PCP like PP750, which is a repeater to start with.


You can build a 22xx for 1/2 the cost of a PP750 which is what like 400$ after taxes? Then you also need to factor in the cost of a hand pump or a compressor. As one is C02 VS PCP. Plus in Head damage case, a CR 2260 can be made into a PAL rifle, a PP750 you cannot.


If you want CO2 there's the CP1 for 130 plus tax: repeater and has 11mm rail. I understand the DIY aspects of 22xx, but with cheaper and better options available crosman is becoming really unattractive if you simply want a pistol to shoot.


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