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MILSIG Tempest Drum Magazine for SMG

Product Code: MSIG-TMP-001
$99.99

MILSIG Tempest Drum Magazine for SMG

Product Code: MSIG-TMP-001
$99.99
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The Tempest drum magazine has been designed from the ground up to encompass features not yet seen in the world of MagFed paintball. Offering a 32 round capacity for both FirstStrike and .68 caliber paintballs as well as a fully mechanical and tool-less operation, the Tempest follows MILSIG’s goals to make function and maintenance as simple as possible.

An industry first adjustable spring tension breaks down the barriers and limitations commonly associated with the use of certain paints in MagFed markers. You’ll be able to use brittle tournament paint by softening the spring, and stubborn oversized FirstStrike by adding more tension to the spring. The days of swapping springs are a thing of the past.

Tool-less – The Tempest magazine requires nothing more than the push of a button to open and load, adjust or clean.

Adjustable – If we’ve learned anything in the past 10 years producing MagFed products, its that we’re at the mercy of spring tension. Different paints will act better or worse based on spring tension. Until now, we’ve been at the mercy of the spring. But that day has passed. As an industry first, the Tempest magazine incorporates adjustable spring tension. This allows you to soften or strengthen your spring tension, allowing you to use virtually any paint in your magazine.

Fully Mechanical – No wires, no batteries, no short circuits. The Tempest magazine is entirely mechanical, so you dont need to worry about electronics or moisture.

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  1. top tier mag

    Posted by Matty Maverick on 14th Oct 2016

    new found love here i can easily say the tempest drum mag is by far my favorite mag available, with a great design and flawless feeding there just isnt really anything to complain about.. shes alil big but that comes with the nature of the drum mag and that being said shes nowhere near as big or heavy as i first imagined, the mag is very sturdy unlike some mags out there that just feel like you could break them by squeezing to hard.. the tempest mag fits perfect in my smg and i couldn't be happier to the point i even stopped running zeta mags and run straight tempest mags with my smg (side note the pmc magwell seems to be a little less tight of a fit for the tempest from my experience not much but enough to notice when i got my smg which is nice and tight) ..all that being said the only thing i can imagine anyone complaining about is the price but you certainly get what you pay and in the world of hoppers you'd be paying well over this price for a high end hopper..

  2. Expensive

    Posted by joe on 25th Feb 2016

    Tempest is a great product but not for $100 they should lower the price. With the 468 you can get 10 20 rd helix mags for $120 and most of the time they have deals for free mags bought with their guns. If you don't mind the double stacked mags you can get 4 20rd duel stacked zeta mags for $95. So Milsig makes great products but they tend to over price considering other options in the magfed market.

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    The Tempest drum magazine has been designed from the ground up to encompass features not yet seen in the world of MagFed paintball. Offering a 32 round capacity for both FirstStrike and .68 caliber paintballs as well as a fully mechanical and tool-less operation, the Tempest follows MILSIG’s goals to make function and maintenance as simple as possible.

    An industry first adjustable spring tension breaks down the barriers and limitations commonly associated with the use of certain paints in MagFed markers. You’ll be able to use brittle tournament paint by softening the spring, and stubborn oversized FirstStrike by adding more tension to the spring. The days of swapping springs are a thing of the past.

    Tool-less – The Tempest magazine requires nothing more than the push of a button to open and load, adjust or clean.

    Adjustable – If we’ve learned anything in the past 10 years producing MagFed products, its that we’re at the mercy of spring tension. Different paints will act better or worse based on spring tension. Until now, we’ve been at the mercy of the spring. But that day has passed. As an industry first, the Tempest magazine incorporates adjustable spring tension. This allows you to soften or strengthen your spring tension, allowing you to use virtually any paint in your magazine.

    Fully Mechanical – No wires, no batteries, no short circuits. The Tempest magazine is entirely mechanical, so you dont need to worry about electronics or moisture.

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    1. top tier mag

      Posted by Matty Maverick on 14th Oct 2016

      new found love here i can easily say the tempest drum mag is by far my favorite mag available, with a great design and flawless feeding there just isnt really anything to complain about.. shes alil big but that comes with the nature of the drum mag and that being said shes nowhere near as big or heavy as i first imagined, the mag is very sturdy unlike some mags out there that just feel like you could break them by squeezing to hard.. the tempest mag fits perfect in my smg and i couldn't be happier to the point i even stopped running zeta mags and run straight tempest mags with my smg (side note the pmc magwell seems to be a little less tight of a fit for the tempest from my experience not much but enough to notice when i got my smg which is nice and tight) ..all that being said the only thing i can imagine anyone complaining about is the price but you certainly get what you pay and in the world of hoppers you'd be paying well over this price for a high end hopper..

    2. Expensive

      Posted by joe on 25th Feb 2016

      Tempest is a great product but not for $100 they should lower the price. With the 468 you can get 10 20 rd helix mags for $120 and most of the time they have deals for free mags bought with their guns. If you don't mind the double stacked mags you can get 4 20rd duel stacked zeta mags for $95. So Milsig makes great products but they tend to over price considering other options in the magfed market.

The Tempest drum magazine has been designed from the ground up to encompass features not yet seen in the world of MagFed paintball. Offering a 32 round capacity for both FirstStrike and .68 caliber paintballs as well as a fully mechanical and tool-less operation, the Tempest follows MILSIG’s goals to make function and maintenance as simple as possible.

An industry first adjustable spring tension breaks down the barriers and limitations commonly associated with the use of certain paints in MagFed markers. You’ll be able to use brittle tournament paint by softening the spring, and stubborn oversized FirstStrike by adding more tension to the spring. The days of swapping springs are a thing of the past.

Tool-less – The Tempest magazine requires nothing more than the push of a button to open and load, adjust or clean.

Adjustable – If we’ve learned anything in the past 10 years producing MagFed products, its that we’re at the mercy of spring tension. Different paints will act better or worse based on spring tension. Until now, we’ve been at the mercy of the spring. But that day has passed. As an industry first, the Tempest magazine incorporates adjustable spring tension. This allows you to soften or strengthen your spring tension, allowing you to use virtually any paint in your magazine.

Fully Mechanical – No wires, no batteries, no short circuits. The Tempest magazine is entirely mechanical, so you dont need to worry about electronics or moisture.

Product Reviews

Write Review

  1. top tier mag

    Posted by Matty Maverick on 14th Oct 2016

    new found love here i can easily say the tempest drum mag is by far my favorite mag available, with a great design and flawless feeding there just isnt really anything to complain about.. shes alil big but that comes with the nature of the drum mag and that being said shes nowhere near as big or heavy as i first imagined, the mag is very sturdy unlike some mags out there that just feel like you could break them by squeezing to hard.. the tempest mag fits perfect in my smg and i couldn't be happier to the point i even stopped running zeta mags and run straight tempest mags with my smg (side note the pmc magwell seems to be a little less tight of a fit for the tempest from my experience not much but enough to notice when i got my smg which is nice and tight) ..all that being said the only thing i can imagine anyone complaining about is the price but you certainly get what you pay and in the world of hoppers you'd be paying well over this price for a high end hopper..

  2. Expensive

    Posted by joe on 25th Feb 2016

    Tempest is a great product but not for $100 they should lower the price. With the 468 you can get 10 20 rd helix mags for $120 and most of the time they have deals for free mags bought with their guns. If you don't mind the double stacked mags you can get 4 20rd duel stacked zeta mags for $95. So Milsig makes great products but they tend to over price considering other options in the magfed market.

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