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    Pneumag pic thread!!!

    Since there seems to be a growing number of pneumags out there, I though I would start a pic thread for all these great markers. You never know, They could become the next big thing in the sport!





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    Here was my baby. I'll post up when the next one is done.

    [IMG][/IMG]

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    Here is my baby.

    Going back under the knife soon, so expect some changes.

    <a href="http://i166.photobucket.com/albums/u110/lasrsktr/IMG_0641.jpg?t=1194128087"><img src="http://i166.photobucket.com/albums/u110/lasrsktr/IMG_0641.jpg?t=1194128087" width="600" height="450"></img></a>

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    OK, here is my group.........

    <a href="http://img106.imageshack.us/img106/4495/p10100246ae.jpg"><img src="http://img106.imageshack.us/img106/4495/p10100246ae.jpg" width="600" height="450"></img></a> No guts picture for this one

    <a href="http://img134.imageshack.us/img134/3261/kartaypneumaglefteg5.jpg"><img src="http://img134.imageshack.us/img134/3261/kartaypneumaglefteg5.jpg" width="600" height="450"></img></a> <a href="http://img2.putfile.com/main/6/16021551965.jpg"><img src="http://img2.putfile.com/main/6/16021551965.jpg" width="600" height="450"></img></a>

    Sold:

    <a href="http://img261.imageshack.us/img261/3580/pneuframe001nw9.jpg"><img src="http://img261.imageshack.us/img261/3580/pneuframe001nw9.jpg" width="600" height="450"></img></a>

    What can I say, I love diversity .
    Last edited by Loguzzzzzz; 11-03-2007 at 06:43 PM.

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    gotta add mine too. i think we should also show the internals of the pnuemags.


    Last edited by dyeforever; 11-03-2007 at 06:02 PM.
    mag for now, mag forever

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    Still working on it, but here ya go:



    Internals:



    Since i made this pic, i moved the LPR from the ASA to the front bottle adapter and the air line runs through the rail now. The Palmers micro rock is hidden in the modded X7 AK-47 front grip.

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    Ok heres mine....



    and here is a set i made but had to sell...

    Zero Gravity Customs

    Play hard or go home......
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    Here's mine, old and current:


    "Anubis"






    "Poseidon"







    ...no idea where Anubis is anymore...

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    This is too much fun.... must join the club
    <a href="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/p-mag5.JPG"><img src="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/p-mag5.JPG" width="600" height="450"></img></a>

    <a href="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/p-mag4.JPG"><img src="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/p-mag4.JPG" width="600" height="450"></img></a>

    <a href="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/p-mag7.JPG"><img src="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/p-mag7.JPG" width="600" height="450"></img></a>


    And pics of the inside
    <a href="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/DSC04482.JPG"><img src="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/DSC04482.JPG" width="225" height="300"></img></a>
    <a href="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/DSC04483.JPG"><img src="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/DSC04483.JPG" width="300" height="225"></img></a>
    <a href="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/DSC04485.JPG"><img src="http://www.rawbutter.com/images/paintball/DSC04485.JPG" width="300" height="225"></img></a>
    Last edited by rawbutter; 11-04-2007 at 03:01 PM.

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    here are a couple ive done...

    This is my first pneu-mag dubbed " The Finger Print Nightmare"





    The one i have "for" Now





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    • AGD "Yea well our intention is to
      take over the world....one country at a time..... "

    • Rt Pro X Valved Warp fed My Rtp
    • Props to Echo for the sig

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    Come on USPS! Show me the pnuemag!

    Lo

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    Props to Cyberave for the rail and pneu work, soon to have a karta & anno

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    Here is my Venomag.
    Cyberave great rail and pnue setup! Shoots ropes





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    mines. simple and to the point.
    MY MAG, Ultra Jim
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    ULE Body
    Lvl 10
    Classic Valve
    ULT on/off valve
    DYE Xcel Barrel
    Quick Disconnect Thingies on the valve
    88ci 3000psi Fixed Nitrogen System
    Drop
    12 Volt Revy

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    A little older school meets some newer school

    <a href=http://www.freeimagehosting.net/><img src=http://img3.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/0f7893c74a.jpg border=0 alt="Free Image Hosting" width="600" height="450"></a>

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    Okay, here's my Pneu Classic, soon to be FS:





    and the video
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dV9KfjuO5Vk

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    O man, i have no words,, The classic Pnue. oh man !

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    Yeah that classic is hot and fast! Man I need to try and build one I have all the parts for the pnuematic conversion just not sure I can do it right. lol

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    This thread is made of smile.

    My old pneumag (Aug '07 MOTM)


    My current pneumag

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    I think this thread deserves a bump.

    NEED MORE PICS!!!

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    I thought this was pretty slick. Not mine but found it over in the UMS b/s/t forum.



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    as of dec 28 this thread is gonna get a whole lot bigger thanks to g force

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    Quote Originally Posted by jade_monkey07
    as of dec 28 this thread is gonna get a whole lot bigger thanks to g force
    I'm not sure the gforce frame should qualify as Pneumag... sure, it's pneumatic powered but it's not homemade.
    That's the true spirit of pneumags.

    "If it pleases and sparkles, I would like to motion that "Pneumag" shall refer to pneumatic conversions of mags only, and not purchased frame kits by a company. Pneumag shall henceforth be a portmanteau indicating such a marriage of pneumatics and automags, respectfully."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pneumagger
    I'm not sure the gforce frame should qualify as Pneumag... sure, it's pneumatic powered but it's not homemade.
    That's the true spirit of pneumags.

    "If it pleases and sparkles, I would like to motion that "Pneumag" shall refer to pneumatic conversions of mags only, and not purchased frame kits by a company. Pneumag shall henceforth be a portmanteau indicating such a marriage of pneumatics and automags, respectfully."
    I completely disagree with you.

    But if you insist on isolating this frame because it was purchased then no pneumag frame purchased should be included in this thread. Which would include any frame made by you that is no longer in your posession/ownership. This would also mean most of the guns already pictured would have to be removed. Boy this thread is going to be boring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pneumagger
    I'm not sure the gforce frame should qualify as Pneumag... sure, it's pneumatic powered but it's not homemade.
    That's the true spirit of pneumags.

    "If it pleases and sparkles, I would like to motion that "Pneumag" shall refer to pneumatic conversions of mags only, and not purchased frame kits by a company. Pneumag shall henceforth be a portmanteau indicating such a marriage of pneumatics and automags, respectfully."
    I have to agree with Pneumagger. The homemade Pneumag frames are all unique. All the gforce frames are identical. Nothing special there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoothice
    I completely disagree with you.

    But if you insist on isolating this frame because it was purchased then no pneumag frame purchased should be included in this thread. Which would include any frame made by you that is no longer in your posession/ownership. This would also mean most of the guns already pictured would have to be removed. Boy this thread is going to be boring.
    I'm saying pneumag should describe a homemade or home modified pneumatic automag - a sub class of pneumatic powered automags.
    The Gforce frame, like the hAir and the PTP Air Assist, are production frames and the end has a commercial marker. These too would also be pneumatic powered automags... but not "pneumags".

    Pneumag = not commercially made pneumatic automag.

    (I am not a commercial entity or distributer. Each frame I have done is a little different and "factory" by any standard.)


    Edit: You can have the name Gmag... rolls off the tongue nicely.

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    I have to disagree that a G-framed mag is not a pneumag ... it definitely fits the description of its internal working and is in most cases identical in function to homebrew options.And smoothice has a huge point about paid-for conversions ... everything sent to you will look basically identical (of the same frame type and setup). And since you put out that video, most pneumags internally don't look a heck of a lot different than others -- the biggest difference is LPR arangement, and G-force frames also have LPR mouting options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stayhuge
    I have to agree with Pneumagger. The homemade Pneumag frames are all unique. All the gforce frames are identical. Nothing special there.
    Not to stir the pot but that is rediculous. 95% of your "homemade" pneumag frames are intelliframes. Which are all identical aren't they?

    Nothing special there

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoothice
    Not to stir the pot but that is rediculous. 95% of your "homemade" pneumag frames are intelliframes. Which are all identical aren't they?

    Nothing special there
    only about 1/3 of the ones I converted were Intelli's.

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