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El Gringo 09-01-2006 07:56 PM

Tommy Gun Automag
 
http://cgi.ebay.com/AGD-Automag-Pain...QQcmdZViewItem

BE_Rogue 09-01-2006 10:07 PM

I like this part :
"you can throw it in a pool, leave it a week, fish it out, and it'll still shoot perfectly." -seller

badkarma 09-02-2006 01:03 AM

Yeah, mags are known for thier aquatic durability.

So far its mine, but we shall see how long it lasts.

knightmare96 09-02-2006 01:29 AM

Now see when I see "Tommy gun mag" I expect to see a drum fed full auto beast. Lazy half assed customizer. A little wood just wont Do. Someone needs to do a drum feed already...

nunrleft 09-02-2006 08:42 AM

He should have also used a real Thompson stock. A drumfeed is impractical. They get in the way of holding the horizontal front grip. They also make a huge target, are very expensive if you go with a real one, and too flimsy to withstand a paintball hit if you use a airsoft one.

Here's my cocker using a 1928 Thompson stock and Thompson 30 round stick mag for comparison:

http://www.mnmilitia.com/albums/My-M..._009.sized.jpg

knightmare96 09-02-2006 11:45 AM

I stand by my desire to see a full functioning high quality drum feed on a mag. Or at least a functional stick magazine.

Tugboater203 09-02-2006 12:37 PM

Would getting something round and flat and hiding a warp feed hose inside it count?


Tug

knightmare96 09-02-2006 07:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tugboater203 (Post 26682)
Would getting something round and flat and hiding a warp feed hose inside it count?


Tug

It would work, if you can hide the warp breech too... But a spring fed coil would be more fun I think. Though I like the idea of hiding the warp feed, might be a possible solution there.

Big Boy 09-03-2006 10:59 AM

The only thing is the hopper would still be sitting off of the drum...

Demonio 09-04-2006 03:06 PM

I Didn't know that AGD has only been around for a Decade!!! Wow That's a long time.... :ROTFL:


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