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Old 04-11-2008, 09:53 PM   #11 (permalink)
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okay what i want to set up would be basicly be like doc zox except with a 9 oz tank(for gas efficiency) and either a hopper or a qloader. I would have a red dot on it and sp tear drop 14 inch. how much would this cost considering i would get a walmart red dot for $15
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So doc zox is who ended up with that one. Absolutely beautiful!

Anyway, there used to be a thing called the "sidecar" that mounted a squeege tube on the side of a standard mag rail. I believe it used ring mounts to hold it in place.

I read somewhere that the standard rail was designed to accept scope mounts on the side.
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So doc zox is who ended up with that one. Absolutely beautiful!

Anyway, there used to be a thing called the "sidecar" that mounted a squeege tube on the side of a standard mag rail. I believe it used ring mounts to hold it in place.

I read somewhere that the standard rail was designed to accept scope mounts on the side.
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You can use something like this Midsouth*KWIK-SITE MOUNTS*ADAPTOR BASE 3/8" DOVETAIL TO UNIVERSAL WEAVER MOUNTS MATTE FINISH to mount the weaver scope to dovetail and it's not too expensive. Unless of course you need one with a bigger rise.
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Old 04-12-2008, 09:16 PM   #16 (permalink)
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ya that one like that im just thinkin that the power feed would block like half of the red dot
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Old 04-12-2008, 09:58 PM   #18 (permalink)
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I use these on my Palmer dovetail rails

They are very thin (height wise), so if you don't want a "rise" affect, they are a dream.




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Hm I only have a 250-300 budget. Id prefer to go with the pro classic. The problem with the pro classic though is the left power feed that comes standard because it would block the sight line of the red dot... unless you can adjust it to be lower or something. forgive me im a noob and i dont know a lot about mags...
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Dont waste your money.

You can buy an automag classic for 100 dollars or less that will include a good aftermarket barrel and other accessories.

And you can shop around for one in right feed which was the most common feed option for them.

A "pro classic" is exactly the same as an old automag 68 or automag classic as long as all have leve7 bolts.

So find a good working classic mag for cheap. I am talking about a gun like this Automag classic

Good luck!

Right feed bodies can be purchased for under 20 dollars used around here and other sites like automags.org so if you wanted to buy a new one itd be easy to buy a right feed body.
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