Are you thinking of getting an M17 but you already have a bunch of Zetamags? Do you run the TiPX as a backup for your CQC and tire of carrying two types of magazines? Maybe you just prefer saving space and having a very compact loadout over the bulkier rifle mags. Or, maybe you have been running the M17 for a while and just tire of the same old rifle look everyone else has, and want something with a bit more 80’s commando vibe. We don’t blame, we don’t judge. For whatever reason you want it, the Q-lab 3D printed M17 ZetaMagwell will allow you to use the M17 (and other M-series MILSIG markers) with the same Zetamags that go in a TiPX pistol.
The demand for these magwells has been vocal, and though the process to make and sell prototypes is intensive, we decided giving you the option to try these cool toys out is the least we can do.
Functionally, the magwell uses an ambidextrous paddle-button on the bottom of the magwell that works much like H&K type paddle releases so reloads should be familiar. For those who like the AR-style trigger finger release, that is still possible with the side paddle-button. Heck even lefties should have no trouble using a right hand to tap the side button during a reload. The ergonomics have been considered all-around to ensure it’s never hard to release a mag.
- Direct functional replacement for stock MILSIG M17/M-series magwell
- Allows ambidextrous magazine release using lower paddle
- Right-side paddle button for right-hand trigger-finger mag-drops.
- 3D printed at .25mm resolution using PLA plastic
These are made just the same as the in-house prototypes we beta-tested over the last year. They are 3D printed using PLA plastic, and they are individually trimmed, filed, sanded, and fitted to ensure smooth function on the field as a drop-in replacement part for the stock magwell. The result is a stiff, solid magwell that will feed well and can withstand actual play. As it is 3D printed part, there will be some precautions you should take to ensure it functions as intended.
Because of the geometry of the M17, which normally uses a magazine with a feed neck, this magwell uses a ‘Ball-on-Deck’ queue mechanism. An included spacer must be inserted into the feed-neck port of the marker before installing the magwell. Two flexible plastic detents are included with each magwell, so you will have a spare.
Please read and familiarize yourself with the Q-Lab guidelines to ensure proper use and performance. Click here for the in-depth notes.
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