Marker based on Milsig M5 Magnus platform. Apart from regular M5 Magnus, M5 XDC is enhanced with Milsig M5 XDC Shroud (with functional Bolt Reset Handle) and Marksman PREDATOR Barrel.
Internals of the marker includes HeatCore Bolt and Air Chamber Set (2019)
M5 XDC is capable of shooting both regular 68 cal. paintballs or First Strikes rounds and with all MILSIG M17 guns, it is fully automatic!
About M5 Magnus
Internally, the M5 uses our D.E.R.P. (Dynamic Exo Retention Platform) to contain the HeatCore™ in one functioning mechanical housing. This means that the internals of the marker can be completely removed and operated independently of the marker body.
As always, MILSIG Markers all include our unreasonably simple, Patented Mechanical FullAuto system. With only a single point of adjustment, MILSIG’s Mechanical full auto is pretty fool proof, being simple to tune and maintain.
Holding true to the M-Series title, the M5 is made from CNC machined aluminium upper receiver, paired with our steel reinforced polymer lower, creating an extremely durable, yet lightweight platform gripframe.
Selection is said to be the spice of life. We like selection, and we bet you do to. So the M5 Magnus model comes out of the box supporting AR-15 Barrel Nut threading for shroud mounting. The sky is the limit now with access to an arsenal of thousands of different shroud options that can be matched with any 7/8” OD barrel.
Features, Features and more features. Adding to a whole list of firsts, the newly designed magazine well from the M5 integrates a dual index ambidextrous release. This means that there is a release button in the index finger position on both sides of the magazine well. Coupled with an ambidextrous selector switch, this is a truly dual handed marker, allowing seamless transition between left and right handed shooting positions.
Additionally, this dual magazine marker allows the use of all square head magazines with room for future magazine options. It is a continual goal to support the players that purchase our markers for as long as possible. MILSIG would be nowhere without everyone that has supported us along the way. Maintaining backwards compatibility is always an important goal. We’d rather not make a new magazine that forces you to get rid of everything you already have.