PTP Micromag 2000 Special Edition
Final finished product . :)
Finally got all the goodies on it I wanted.
I call it the Special Edition . :cool:
One of ten PTP Micromag bodies .
Reverse Xvalve with ULT .
Black macro fittings.
Redz Cam Lock feedneck, and Redz rail/asa with system bleed,
to continue the red pepper theme.
Intelliframe with DyeSticky3 grips.
Bob Long gauge.
Again, thanks to Rainman, for tapping another hole in the gas thru foregrip .
And for anodizing the the barrel back and tip, and the gas thru foregrip.
Cant wait to play with it later in July .
:eek:Sexy! Nuf said!:cool:
That's a 1 in 10 body.....I wish I had know that when I sold mine....:(
Very nice looking!
Curious, what all sets it apart from the standard PTP bodies? I know they had a swirl milling patten, and a straight line one, but I'm not seeing any differences between yours and the other swirl pattern ones that I've seen.
i wonder how many PTP micro-emag bodies were made.
They were to be the last hoorah on mags for PTP.
They were going to do a special edition promotion with them.
They were moving facilities and the box with the 10 bodies was lost in 2000.
It was just found earlier this year.
I'm pretty sure I got it right, but you can email Forest at PTP
and he can verify it or correct it, email@example.com .
Hmm... I had a Micro Body that I sold in 2003 (certainly before 2005) that took cocker threaded feed necks. I never realized that they were that rare. I picked it up off of ebay, and sold it on Automags.org. I'll have to see if I can find the sale thread.
Ah, cool!...I just assumed someone had cut and threaded the feedneck.
pretty sure they're not that rare. If so, I we have 3 of 10 right here in this thread - because I own an nice nickel plated one.
I just got one, with a RT/Lvl10, and I was wondering if anyone can explain a problem I have with the "recharge" after every shot. I have fixed it to the point where it fires a true semi-auto rate of fire, but it still seems slow, and I can not get it into that "sweet spot" when the same internals were in the ULE.
Also, the feednecks don't seem to hold any of my loaders. anyone else have that problem?
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