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  1. #1
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    Homemade E Frame

    Since I have been married and had kids my priorities have changed (a little) and my paintball budget has reduced greatly. I have been an Automag owner since the early 90's but somehow I missed out on the whole E Mag era. I left paintball for 8 or 9 years and when I got back in to it I wanted to bring my old Mag up to speed. I went with a spyderMag mod ( I cant afford an E Mag) that worked out great for a while but here recently it has been acting up. So I decided to fabricate my own frame and use the guts and trigger out of the spyder frame. Here are the fruits of my labor:
    Last edited by Flatliner333; 01-21-2010 at 10:32 AM.

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    lookin pretty good, looks like it needs a lil line work but overall looks good the main question is though does it work like you want it to?

    overall though great job

    2k2 Angel LCD
    turbo trigger
    CP volumizer
    PIPE KIT

    2k Angel CnC LCD
    Vert Frame
    Freak Barrel

    B2k x-milled
    micro rock
    Dye sticky 3's
    vertical max-flo
    Edge barrel with blue J&J tip

    Egg 2 y board
    Empire Reloader
    Dye Throttle 91/4500
    Crossfire 114ci/3000
    Angel Air Reg

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    nice work hope it work like you want it to.

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    How is your sear modded?

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    ^^^I cut the arm off the sear and welded one further back.

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    love the 90 frame...

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    Looking good!

    Except for this vvvvvvv



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    Quote Originally Posted by secretweaponevan
    Looking good!

    Except for this vvvvvvv


    What do you mean? I thought that was absolutely hilarious!

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    What Tha ???? I didn't know people could see all my pics thats just wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by secretweaponevan
    Looking good!

    Except for this vvvvvvv


    Needs hotsauce

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    The Videos

    Alright I have a couple of videos of this thing dry firing(I'm out of paint) and I need your help to figure out what is going on with my valve. When I rapid fire after several shots the pin gets stuck in the down position and it pukes air down the barrel. I cannot remove the valve so I have to take the body off the rail to see the pin sticking through the on/off hole in the body. Thing is the pin pushes freely back up through the hole because there is nothing keeping it from doing so at this point(like an o ring) This is what I think is happnin...My sear has a little play in it as I lost the original pin and I made another one. Do you think if there is enough side to side play with the sear the pin could be getting pinched between the sear and the on/off hole causing it to stay down??? on to the videos...And yes that is my son in the background with the Mickey Mouse ears...He likes to be the center of attention...enjoy.

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    Even better...

    This is even better. As a chef, I love and appreciate this...


    Please tell me you stuffed the body with cheese....

    Oh, and the frame is amazing. Ever think about making more?

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