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Old 08-24-2010, 02:09 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Welcome to Automags, the last guns you will keep buying.
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Old 08-25-2010, 12:33 PM   #22 (permalink)
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lol welcome to mags ! they are the greatest markers on earth
register at Automags.org Really helpful faqs there
and build one from ground to get familiar with it, but honestly mags are easy to get to know. simple designs yet very sophisticated IMO

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I perfer Mech mags over electro's but then again I love the hybrid Pneu/electro mags too :P

btw I am loving the patch, looks pretty good.. now just to find something to put it on hmmm
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Old 08-28-2010, 01:28 PM   #23 (permalink)
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btw I am loving the patch, looks pretty good.. now just to find something to put it on hmmm
thanks buddy yeah i love my patches i got this iron on glue stuff from a craft store and put it on everything my hats, clothes all to rep paintball.
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mags are like pringles, once you start you can't stop. I started off with a pneumag z-frame setup, and I kind of got in a bit over my head w/ a more complicated setup like that w/o having any mag experience. I'd start w/ a brand spankin new tac-one from AGD or a ULE. Used mags while possibly being less expensive (possibly not probably) usually have some quirk to them that you need to learn. A new one you can grow into it and go from there.

btw guys...i'm building another pneumag, get ready for more questions
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pneumags are great
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when they work and you get the msv-2 set nice, and you compensate for the weight of the trigger in the z-frame, etc etc etc.....but yeah, they're awesome...really, just stick w/ a standard ULT'd mag for your first one, you won't be disappointed
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