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Tachi 29 Round Short-Dart Magazine (B-GRADE)

Tachi 29 Round Short-Dart Magazine (B-GRADE)

Regular price $20.00 USD
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*THIS LISTING IS FOR A B-GRADE ITEM. In the case of the Tachi Mags, B-grades are usually due to excess glue or minor alignment issues. These are guaranteed to work properly in the Nexus Pro, Aeon Pro and Max Stryker. Expect minor cosmetic issues such as excess glue, bubbles, etc. 

The 'Tachi' 29 Round short-dart magazines are our very first injection molded product. Designed by Eli Wu, this curved magazine is one of a kind, featuring the highest capacity of any production dart magazine! 

*Do not remove or insert mag while the breech of your blaster is closed unless your blaster has a skinny breech.

• 29-round short dart capacity
• Durable Tritan material featuring higher impact resistance than ABS
• Designed by Eli Wu for Out of Darts
• Assembled in house, Injection molded in China
• Talon sized magazine directly compatible with almost all short dart blasters including the Nexus Pro, Aeon Pro, Max Stryker, Lynx, Talon-Claw, Caliburn, and more!
• Compatible with Worker short darts and Adventure Force Pro darts
• NOT compatible with the Lepus or Milsig M79 due to the feed lip design (sorry)
• Spring is setup for flywheels (max rate of fire). For springers, we recommend 
• Two spring weights available: Low (springers/semi-auto), High (insane feedrate).
• Choose high if you're intending to use a full-auto blaster that fires over 8 rounds/second

• Material: Tritan, Spring steel, Love 
• Dimensions:
     Overall Length 15.4 inches (390mm)
     Bottom Cap 50mmx22mm
• Weight: 5.1 oz (142g) 

Worker adapters for springers (only compatible WITH mag release)
Worker adapters for flywheelers (only compatible WITH mag release)
+5 3D printed extenders!
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Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
milos s.


Rj L.

Tachis have been one of my favorite magazines for short darts since joining the hobby! They feed spectacularly and hold up well to regular wear and tear!

Anon D.
It's Big and Ridiculous. And I love it!

Need I say more.

Joshua R.
Just as good as the A-grade

These "B-grade" Tachi mags work great! As long as you don't care about minor cosmetic blemishes these mags are fine. I scuff up my gear more than these flaws with normal use.

Jacob L.
Tachi Magazines

I like them a lot. Sometimes darts feed weird into my Stryker though, but I think that is a stryker issue more so than a magazine issue. I'm all ears to hear how to fix that feeding issue though. The darts kind of make a u shape, bending back towards the plunger tube.