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Old 10-12-2012, 05:10 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Of course there were only 2 Destroyers and 2 MZ-16s made, so those might not be the best options for someone looking to get a mag fed marker.
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Old 10-12-2012, 05:20 PM   #12 (permalink)
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The CAR-68 I had my hands on was definitely not mag fed, it had a vert air adapter like a 'cocker and it was still top fed like a normal VM.
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The CAR-68 I had my hands on was definitely not mag fed, it had a vert air adapter like a 'cocker and it was still top fed like a normal VM.
I swear I remember an old blowback trainer. Was it a Montneel-Z tactical trainer that I'm thinking of??
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I swear I remember an old blowback trainer. Was it a Montneel-Z tactical trainer that I'm thinking of??
Montneel did make one, if memory serves. I wish HP's Montneel site was still up, I think it had pictures of it.
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I swear I remember an old blowback trainer. Was it a Montneel-Z tactical trainer that I'm thinking of??
are you thinking of the AFT? a pistol-ized F2 Illustrator
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Old 10-12-2012, 05:50 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Anyone mention Carmatech (SAR12) on the mag fed list?
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Old 10-12-2012, 05:54 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Of course there were only 2 Destroyers and 2 MZ-16s made, so those might not be the best options for someone looking to get a mag fed marker.
Moe told me a story that a whole crate were made (15?) for a contract in South Korea, as part of a test program for military training. If the program was successfull, an additional 1000 were going to be ordered. But the Korean General overseeing that program was found guilty of massive corruption, and executed? something like that. So, maybe another 15 are floating around South Korea? You could bling them out Gangnam Style.

I did once contact Lee Wheelbarger years ago. There was a video of him shooting one but he told me it wasnt his. Stressshot INC had contracted him to build a custom scope mount for a client.

Anyway, rare, obscure guns are way more interesting. I mean, really rare guns. Not what PBN might call "Rare" (ie a mass-produce gun with a sticker)
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Thanks for the info, HP.

Any idea what that mag fed gun in front of firepro is?

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Old 10-12-2012, 06:28 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Tippmann Tpx/tipx - it's only a pistol but deffinately magfed marker by deffinition.
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Old 10-13-2012, 06:12 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Moe told me a story that a whole crate were made (15?) for a contract in South Korea, as part of a test program for military training. If the program was successfull, an additional 1000 were going to be ordered. But the Korean General overseeing that program was found guilty of massive corruption, and executed? something like that. So, maybe another 15 are floating around South Korea? You could bling them out Gangnam Style.

I did once contact Lee Wheelbarger years ago. There was a video of him shooting one but he told me it wasnt his. Stressshot INC had contracted him to build a custom scope mount for a client.

Anyway, rare, obscure guns are way more interesting. I mean, really rare guns. Not what PBN might call "Rare" (ie a mass-produce gun with a sticker)
I asked Moe about that and he said that the two prototypes that were made and borrowed (and never returned) by StressShot were the only ones ever made. There was talk of a deal with South Korea, but it was delayed. As I recall, TASO was to act as a go between on the deal and wanted MontNeel to send them samples. The feeling was that there was too much of a possibility that they would simply copy it and cut MontNeel out of the deal. There was a lot of discussion on how to protect the companies interest and the deal eventually fell apart.
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