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Old 04-13-2008, 12:02 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I just slid a Tippman A-5 rail over the dovetail sight rail on my RT Classic. The Tippman slide on rails are $15.
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hmm ill consider that but i just dont want my hopper in the way
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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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Classic RT's like the above usually come in powerfeed left or right. With a rising weaver adapter most sites will probably clear the feed tube that crosses the body.

Either way a right feed mag is the easiest option and cheapest.

Awesome gun pillage. Id like to see the stock foregrip on there but besides that.. radical.

Who did the work to make it a centerfeed?
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Classic RT's like the above usually come in powerfeed left or right. With a rising weaver adapter most sites will probably clear the feed tube that crosses the body.

Either way a right feed mag is the easiest option and cheapest.

Awesome gun pillage. Id like to see the stock foregrip on there but besides that.. radical.

Who did the work to make it a centerfeed?
It's not exactly centerfeed. It is a vert mod by Luke's Customs. It is offset to the rightside slightly. I like the stainless bodies but hate the powerfeeds so this is an easy solution. Luke's does good work and has a fast turnaround.

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hmm ill consider that but i just dont want my hopper in the way
Actually you could use this with an offset rail. Like this:

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so the tippmann offset mount will be able to be put on an automag?
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so the tippmann offset mount will be able to be put on an automag?
Good question.

If the underbelly is for 3/8" dovetail and the top is a weaver in 45'd /offset, then this would be great for those individuals with dovetails mounts that are stuck behind Vert feeds/powerfeeds in the way.
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okay thanks JeramieJ
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thats tight i like that haha if only i had the money
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