Standard type car cigarette lighter adaptor cord. Plugs into battery recharger.
The long bolts that hold the battery housing together. Sold in packs of 2.
This is the pin that turns the battery on and off. Make sure you remove before flight!
On/off assembly for your Emag! Includes .712 pin and Quad o-ring.
This shaft controls if the marker is in electronic or manual mode. Be careful when removing as there are springs and ball detents under this shaft.
We are no longer selling complete battery chargers. We are now offering a rebuild kit for the battery charger that includes a new board, screws, washers, and nuts to make your charger work like new.
This O-ring goes under the battery pack inside the battery housing so the battery does not rattle and makes good contact.
This is a complete NiMh battery pack w/ contacts. THESE BATTERIES ARE NOW 1000 mAh Don't forget to recharge before use.
Emag grips use three per side.
Rubber Emag grips, sold by the pair. Includes 6 Emag grip screws at no extra charge.
Circuit board jumper that activates burst mode.
Super strong rare earth magnet that is used to adjust trigger tension. Take them out for less, add them for more tension. (Three shown in picture, price shown is for two.)
Hard steel ball bearing used as the safety detent.
Spring that goes under the ball detent in the safety.
Fully assembled and ready to install into an Emag rail. Uses an Emag/RT Pro Sear Axle Pin (part # 000775 - order below). Does NOT fit into an Automag or Minimag rail.
If you are able to see the red line, the marker is off safe and will fire. Be careful when removing this shaft - there are springs and ball detents in the frame.
Soleniod that pulls the sear to fire the marker. Must be soldered to the PC board. Assembly includes the solenoid clip #001470 (not pictured).
Entire ready-to-go trigger assembly. Includes magnets. Does not come in colors.
Magnet assembly that threads in existing Emag/Xmag triggers. Comes ready to install.
The axle for the sear. The original pin needs to be pressed out from the right side of the marker (side without the Emag logo on valve). The new pin gets pressed in from the left side.
Screws in the side of the marker into the sear bushing.
The little buttons in the back of the grip frame that are used to change the program settings. Sold in packs of 2.
The Field Strip Screw holds your valve in place. Also fastens the Emag battery to the frame.
This is the sensor that detects the magnet in the back of the trigger to fire the marker. Comes as a complete assembly.
The bottom half of the holder for Hall Effect Sensor.
The top half of the sensor holder.
Bolt that holds the Hall Effect sensor mounts.
Window inside of rubber grip that protects the LED display.
Insulator bushing for the battery contact screw in the front of the Emag grip frame.
This is the other half of the insulator for the battery terminal mounting in the front of the grip frame.