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Old 01-27-2018, 03:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Mag identification

I know this is a mag but that's about it, anyone know what kind and appraise it?
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Old 01-27-2018, 03:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 01-27-2018, 03:52 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Actually it's an RT classic. If there's no barrel included, I wouldn't go higher than $200.
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Thanks! And I mainly mess around with cockers, never got into mags, is there a good place to start reading up? Don't think it's in working condition
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There's a fair amount of info in the AGD thread on this forum. Diomedes also made a pretty good intro video a while back. AGD also put out a few of their own videos on YouTube. Really, though, you can just ask questions here. There are a few guys around who know what they're talking about.

As for the RT classic you're looking at, just to give a little more info....it's hard to price exactly without knowing more, but good, working classic RT mags usually sell in the $200-$250 range. The double-trigger frame probably adds some value, but it doesn't have a barrel, and it probably needs a parts kit, and most guys would probably want to replace that drop forward ASA. So....yeah. I would start at $175 and not go any higher than $200, not unless there are some other things included that aren't pictured.
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Great thank you for all the info! I guess ill have another platform to be obsessed with, haha. And there are 3 barrels but the pic is kind of grainy
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Great thank you for all the info! I guess ill have another platform to be obsessed with, haha. And there are 3 barrels but the pic is kind of grainy https://i.imgur.com/Fqq8zSN.jpg
Just remember that the RT Classic is not backwards compatible with the original Automag/Minimag/ULT Mags. They're the red headed step child of the Automag world. That being said, they are still a ton of fun. Get a level10 bolt kit though.


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There are 3 barrels but the pic is kind of grainy https://i.imgur.com/Fqq8zSN.jpg
The top and bottom ones are Dye stainless barrels in different lengths. One of the best twist-lock barrels, IMHO. They're worth about $15-20 each. I can't tell what the middle one is, but it's not anything special.
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The top and bottom ones are Dye stainless barrels in different lengths. One of the best twist-lock barrels, IMHO. They're worth about $15-20 each. I can't tell what the middle one is, but it's not anything special.
Middle one is a SP AA barrel [glued]
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