- - AGD repair cost
|FeedTheDogg ||03-02-2007 06:40 PM |
AGD repair cost
EEEK! Automags can sometimes be significantly pricy to get repaired. My lv 10 RT had problems with random leaks, and going full auto. Basically, it had a messed up sear, messed up mainspring, worn bolt, messed up reg piston....needed the lv 10 tuned....lol, almost nothing on my gun wasn't screwed up. Anyways, AGD tech was very helpful, but it was 110 bucks to fix! :( I guess its not their fault though....but it still made me sad.
thats pretty cheap, and yeah, imagine how i felt when i leanred a new emag charger was 80 buxx...
|paintballwannab ||03-02-2007 11:50 PM |
Yeah but now your good for another 10+ years lol
|PsychoBaller ||03-03-2007 01:24 AM |
Next time... just send your stuff to TUNAMAN over on AO. He will treat ya aighty! Tell'm Baller sent you... he may just give you a discount..... or charge you more, :rolleyes: .... heh.
yeah tunas a great tech, guys always helped me out alot
|FeedTheDogg ||03-08-2007 09:19 PM |
Just recieved my mag back today. AGD does some fine work, good turn around time on repairs. A great reciept that documents exactly what was wrong and what was done to repair the problem, and they rubber band on a paper showing a series of chronos to show its consistancy....cool! :)
mine said "hi: #286.2 fps
lo: #284.7 fps
Why would anyone stick a reg on a mag, lol. their soo consistant with their stock reg valve.
|Cunha ||03-11-2007 03:35 PM |
Mags are pretty easy to fix yourself usually. The emag chargers ARE the killer though.
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