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    Automag Valve Registry! Post your brand(s) and serial #(s)

    Somone asked the question "How many automags are there in the world?" and the best of Automags.org put together this answer: "Uh... A lot?"


    The truth is that between Tom Kaye and Dave Zupan nobody really knows how many are out there, how many were out there, how many are propping doors open or are at the bottom of lakes or have been melted down and made into car parts or whatever it may be... To ask the question "How Many" would be to ask an impossible question.


    What we can do is this; a registry for all of Automags.org, just for valves (not full markers).


    Some of us own upwards of 20 Automags, and some of us own just one. Some have valves with no body, and others with no internals. All you need is a valve with a name on one side and a serial # on the other and I will add it to the registry along with your username. Eventually we'll get most of AO to post up, and come up with a rough number of mags owned by Automags.org members.


    Here's what you do:

    1) Get all the valves you own in one room.

    2) Put aside any where the back of the valves serial # doesn't match the front (we'll leave that for a later date...)

    3) Write down everything on (A) the drivers side (no air input) and (B) passengers side (air input). (A) is the name and (B) the serial.

    4) Post the name and serial # of each valve using your AO account in this thread. Put multiple valves per post if you need to.

    5) If you find one later, post again! Don't edit your old post; we don't want to lose any.

    6) Eventually this will end up in Excel.



    Post up!



    P.S: Moderators feel free to do what you please with this thread. If it needs to be moved, edited or otherwise altered go right ahead.
    Last edited by Frizzle Fry; 09-23-2009 at 04:51 PM.

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    The Classics

    68 Automag:



    68 Minimag:



    Reverse Minimag:

    MM18186 - Ravennon



    68 Automag "Classic":

    CF20164 - ManInBlack

    CF46053 - kenjay

    CF57758 - SN Toter

    CF60730 - riceboi

    CF67135 - OPBN

    CF67929 - Nom Carver
    Last edited by Frizzle Fry; 09-24-2009 at 09:44 PM.

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    The "R/Ts"

    (Classic) R/T:

    RT01246 - ManInBlack



    ReTro Valve

    VV00241 - oldironmudder

    VV01333 - OPBN



    R/T Pro:

    RTP00711 - DECOY

    RTP01476 - Watcher



    Emag

    EM00451 - GRimm

    EM01651 - ManInBlack

    EM01762 - OPBN



    Emaxx
    Last edited by Frizzle Fry; 09-24-2009 at 09:01 PM.

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    The "X"s

    R/T Pro X:

    RTP01865 - gunman 2000



    X-Valve:

    VV03946 - riceboi

    VV6489(?) - OPBN



    X:

    VV8299 - Ravennon

    VV8461 - Wrathbringer

    VV8571 - kenjay



    "Reverse" X:
    Last edited by Frizzle Fry; 09-24-2009 at 09:03 PM.

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    ProTeam Products

    68 Micromag



    R/T Micro



    Micromag 2000



    Micro 2000 R/T
    Last edited by Frizzle Fry; 09-23-2009 at 04:51 PM.

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    Other Valves

    AGD Rental Valve



    Smart Valve



    Magic Box



    TunaMaxx



    Tuna X
    Last edited by Frizzle Fry; 09-23-2009 at 11:30 PM.

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    u forgot many were polished or jeweled ///// majic box and smartmag valves are differant btw

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    My only one.

    Driver:
    ReTro Valve

    Pass:
    VV00241

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    heres my only valve (for now )

    E-Mag Valve

    EM00451

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    X valve vv03946

    68 classic cf60730

    my 2 valve for now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sumthinwicked
    u forgot many were polished or jeweled ///// majic box and smartmag valves are differant btw
    I have left the numbers on my jeweled valves, but I bet a lot of mix-matched sets are polished. The numbers should also tell you what model they are as well, shouldn't they?

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    when we have enough of the others to compare to probably LOL its a good use for this

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    RTP01476

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    i will tell you guys now that a lot of valves and regulators were surrendered for destruction here in Australia. Our Firearm laws get very strict here after a mass shooting in 95, most of the states banned paintball so the only way a lot of players could hold on to their markers (for sentimental reasons) was to surrender the valve assemblies for destruction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lil'Greg
    i will tell you guys now that a lot of valves and regulators were surrendered for destruction here in Australia. Our Firearm laws get very strict here after a mass shooting in 95, most of the states banned paintball so the only way a lot of players could hold on to their markers (for sentimental reasons) was to surrender the valve assemblies for destruction.
    send them to me? heheh

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    If the valves were numbered sequentially, wouldn't the easiest way to keep track of how many of each valve were made be to log the highest number you see of each one rather than keeping actual physical track of every single valve? Just a thought.

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    na this happened back then and for maybe a few years after. all states have come back around (execpt 1) and we all can own favourite friends all good we are even allowed to import stuff (really big deal for us)

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN
    If the valves were numbered sequentially, wouldn't the easiest way to keep track of how many of each valve were made be to log the highest number you see of each one rather than keeping actual physical track of every single valve? Just a thought.
    If I recall correctly, they weren't really numbered sequentially. More like all over the place. Maybe sequentially in lots, but besides that, i am not sure.

    Almost forgot:

    Name: X
    Serial: VV8571

    Name: 68 Automag Classic
    Serial: CE46053

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    I have 2 so far

    Tac One:
    X
    # VV8299

    Reverse Minimag(input on driver side)
    # MM18186

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    RTP 00711
    Leaders stand apart, but never alone.

    Speed is the bi-product of Control, Vision and Determination. -gone in 60

    RT Pro
    B2K2
    Shutter
    Phantom

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    My one and only (for now of course):

    Driver's Side: "X"
    Passenger's Side: VV8461

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    UPDATED!

    From here on, no chitchat unless it's about your valve. I appreciate the input but it makes logging all these #s more tedious. That said if you want to do something like this, feel free:

    "Valve: RT Pro
    Serial: RTP******

    Comment: I've had it ten years. I bought it new. I stole it from Tom Kayes trunk. My mom bought it for me. I bought it for my mom. I bought it for your mom as thanks for the... It is anodized gloss red. It is powdercoated green. It is jeweld or polished. It is no longer on a marker. Etc."

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    RT Pro X: RTP01865

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    68 Automag Classic
    cf57758

    more to follow...
    03 WDP Angel Speed
    00 Angel LCD
    04 Drallion(For Sale!)
    00 Shocker(For Sale!)
    BBT Tribal
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    CLASSIC VALVES:
    GFX 003621 - jeweled
    CF 20164 - Pnuemagged

    EMAG VALVE:
    EM 01651 - z-gripped

    CLASSIC RT:
    RT 01246 - Warped

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    Xvalve = VV6489
    Retro = VV01333
    Classic = cf67135
    Emag= em01762

    Also have a Micro with an ANS reg.

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    Hey Frizzle, To save you some time/effort, if you go over to PBL I have already started such a thread with quite a few entries on it.

    You can copy and paste it over here if you like.

    I got offline for a bit and lost the fire to keep up with it. Sorry.

    But the data is there if you wanna check it out.

    DM

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevilMan
    Hey Frizzle, To save you some time/effort, if you go over to PBL I have already started such a thread with quite a few entries on it.

    You can copy and paste it over here if you like.

    I got offline for a bit and lost the fire to keep up with it. Sorry.

    But the data is there if you wanna check it out.

    DM
    Yeah mine are up there, and i've been too lazy to get them off of there since i don't have my mags with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManInBlack
    GFX 003621 - jeweled
    Serial seems to imply it's a PTP valve... Any idea what model (before it got jeweled)?



    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN
    Xvalve = VV6489
    This one says "X-Valve" and doesn't just have an "X"? Let me know either way and I'll update it.





    Anyway, UPDATED. We're off to a good start. I'll take the PBL info at some point when I've got more time.

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    68 Automag Classic
    CF67929

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