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Old 03-25-2008, 06:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wink Why You Should Buy a Mag !

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Buy an Xvalved RT Pro or Tac One with ULT and you wont be sorry.

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Old 03-25-2008, 06:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I wanna see him do that with an e mag.

Why does it start chuffing when he puts the Q on it?
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Old 03-25-2008, 07:07 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I wanna see him do that with an e mag.

Why does it start chuffing when he puts the Q on it?
Probably some water got into the power tube that had to be blown out.


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Old 03-25-2008, 07:43 PM   #4 (permalink)
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You forgot the adjustable air system... Most mags won't go that fast on just a regular HP preset.
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You don't even need the ULT for what Z-Man does. He doesn't use them because you are basically using them contrary to design in order to keep the RT effect.

No matter, buy an automag anyway. The ULT is just more to mess with anyhow.
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When people said they're Reliable, I didn't think THAT Reliable!

I love Automags even more!
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Reliable? Sure as hell! But mags do have some quirks you need to know if something is out of spec. Not just the L10 bolt, but also other things. But if everything is running smooth, it will last and last and last... maybe change a oring, and last even longer. Foamies shooting out? Stop dryfiring it and use a good instant cement after a proper degreasing! I havent shot out a foamie for over a year on any of my mags. When lubing, block the bolt with either your finger on a L10 bolt or a swab down the barrel to dampen the airblast for L7. You can stop a L7 bolt with your finger through the feedneck, but it's not pleasant. I've expierenced this by accident.
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Reliable? Sure as hell! But mags do have some quirks you need to know if something is out of spec. Not just the L10 bolt, but also other things. But if everything is running smooth, it will last and last and last... maybe change a oring, and last even longer. Foamies shooting out? Stop dryfiring it and use a good instant cement after a proper degreasing! I havent shot out a foamie for over a year on any of my mags. When lubing, block the bolt with either your finger on a L10 bolt or a swab down the barrel to dampen the airblast for L7. You can stop a L7 bolt with your finger through the feedneck, but it's not pleasant. I've expierenced this by accident.
So what am I supposed to do with a lvl 7 ??? and what exactly does the foamie do? I've heard of people who have a working bolt without the foamie.

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I have a Air Gun designs .68 Automag. It comes with a View Loader VL2000 electronic hopper. It also has a 12oz tank with on/off valve and a 20oz tank. It has a crown point barrel. It is a great gun i never really used. I will take best reasonable offers.
Exchanging emails with the guy. He hasn't named a price yet..

Yay! Just got off the phone with him.... Waiting for pics.

He mentioned a 90* feed on the side with an adapter... could he be talking about a warp feed port, or is he just slightly confused about angles?
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So what am I supposed to do with a lvl 7 ??? and what exactly does the foamie do? I've heard of people who have a working bolt without the foamie.

Thanks for the tip
What i do is put a swab down the barrel so it hits the front of the bolt. When pulling the trigger the air will vent, but the air blast will be less harsh on the foamie. The foamie makes your bolt a little more gentle on the paint you're shooting. I only do this for lubrication, and you could also just shoot some paint trough it to do so, and then swab the barrel. But that's often not too practial indoors.

The only reason i've ever shot out foamies is because of dry firing, never while shooting paint.
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