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Thread: pneumatic micromag lpr

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    pneumatic micromag lpr

    I'm looking to convert my micromag to a pneumatic micromag and I need to decide on an lpr to use. Normally I'd just go with a micro rock, but the dilemna is I want the smallest possible, yet reliable lpr available. Not being a cocker guy, what would you guys suggest

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    Stock autococker lprs work fine. ANS jackhammer regs work well (thats what I have). Micro rocks work well. There are a few other higher priced regs that also work. I've got a cocker reg that I'll sell ya. $10 to your door.


    Edit: I see that you want a small reg. I think that mako makes a very small reg that works very well.

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    outkast or an orracle tickler FTW

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    I have a Mini Max-Flo that is the definition of tiny. It's pretty expensive, though (I paid $80).
    Autocockers are the greatest markers ever made.
    ~The greatest BACKUP markers to AUTOMAGS!!

    Only temporary, get'n a new sig soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lenny
    I have a Mini Max-Flo that is the definition of tiny. It's pretty expensive, though (I paid $80).
    I guess that's the Impulse LPR huh? I got one of those on an Autococker and I love it. Looks cool too.

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