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    Looking for a little help with the weight of a few AGD parts.

    Looking to get some help with what these parts weigh in ounces.

    1. Emag battery pack: top, bottom, middle and screws (no batteries)
    2. Stock RTP rail (bushing and barrel pin included is OK)
    3. Stock Emag rail (bushing and barrel pin included is OK)
    4. Stock Z grip.
    5. Classic valve assembly (bolt, spring, and air attachment included OK)
    6. Tac One body

    Many thanks in advance.
    Last edited by luke; 07-12-2011 at 03:40 PM.

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    I'm working on setting up a checkout cart on my website and need these weights to get it done.

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    I will get you what I can when I get to the parts Luke... give me a day or two..

    DM

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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    Looking to get some help with what these parts weigh in ounces.

    1. Emag battery pack: top, bottom, middle and screws (no batteries)
    T29.8g----B18.1g----M79.9g----S21.2 = 149.0g

    2. Stock RTP rail (bushing and barrel pin included is OK)

    3. Stock Emag rail (bushing and barrel pin included is OK)

    4. Stock Z grip.
    303.0g THAT'S THE CLASSIC RT WITH BANJO BOLT HOLE (all I got) and no grips.

    5. Classic valve assembly (bolt, spring, and air attachment included OK)
    415.8g THAT'S WITH A 90*push in air fitting NO on/off ---- 422.8g THAT'S WITH A 90*push in air fitting AND RT on/off

    6. Tac One body
    168.5g NO FEEDNECK NO DETENT (170.0g WITH 1 STOCK AGD DETENT AND NO FEEDNEC)

    Many thanks in advance.

    I will try to get more later if non get posted before that...
    Last edited by my automag; 07-12-2011 at 10:57 PM. Reason: more g's

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    Quote Originally Posted by my automag
    I will try to get more later if none get posted before that...
    Cool, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by my automag
    I will try to get more later if non get posted before that...

    He he, hey I can't seem to identify the difference with these two, #2 and #3.

    I got few E-mags here but with the ULE bodies on so there is no (pim) twist lock pin in them.

    I could put one together from other mags but I need to know which rail to weight it with, and can't figure out the E-Mag rail from an RTP rail right now... sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by my automag
    He he, hey I can't seem to identify the difference with these two, #2 and #3.

    I got few E-mags here but with the ULE bodies on so there is no (pim) twist lock pin in them.

    I could put one together from other mags but I need to know which rail to weight it with, and can't figure out the E-Mag rail from an RTP rail right now... sorry.

    They dont really need pim included, I was only saying if they were installed it was not necessary to remove them.

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    If this is the RT rails you are talking about, I think not but here it is in case.

    This is the weights.

    246.3g Classic RT rail WITH PUSH IN 90* AIR FITTING, 5 air ports plugged, AND NO PIM

    4.6g Stainless PIM





    194.9g E-Mag rail 1 E-MAG JEWEL, NO PIM, NO BRASS BUSHING.

    1.3g Brass bushing

    Last edited by my automag; 07-13-2011 at 09:54 PM.

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    That will work, now really all I need id the tac body...

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke
    That will work, now really all I need id the tac body...

    I had it posted already, edited last night with more info, post #5.

    Here it is though...

    6. Tac One body
    168.5g NO FEEDNECK NO DETENT (170.0g WITH 1 STOCK AGD DETENT AND NO FEEDNEC)

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    Oh cool, I missed it, thanks for all the help.

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