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Thread: Yo dawg, i herd u lieked shooting mags...

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    Yo dawg, i herd u lieked shooting mags...

    ... so i put a mag on ur mag so you can shoot a mag while you shoot a mag.


    "Accuracy by aiming."


    Definitely not on the A-Team.

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    saw that mag this weekend.\

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    Needs a bigger pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Porschesales
    saw that mag this weekend.\
    wait what?

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    lolz... love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Porschesales
    saw that mag this weekend.\
    Oh wait I know who you are now. The OTHER mag guy!

    Quote Originally Posted by sQuidvision
    lolz... love it
    Yep, if you notice... that's where your valve went. Have to have the air come out the left side if I put the Rip Clip on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hook
    Needs a bigger pic.
    And more of them. Can't make out what you have set up. Guessing it has to do with a Mag and a Rip Clip?

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    On self-imposed ban. You know why. Good luck, AO.

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    Irony, right?


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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN
    And more of them. Can't make out what you have set up. Guessing it has to do with a Mag and a Rip Clip?
    Yeah, sorry... not good a photography. Didn't have anything to hold the gun up as well, but I just realized I have some foam blocks around the house...

    The idea is just to re-use the flexibility of BT's mounting system on a mag.

    So you can use a standard hopper:



    Or Rip Clip if that's your thing:



    Or my personal favorite, the SA-17 mag on a mag:


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    That' s a Traccer rail isn't it?

    How did you fix it onto the body and how strong is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpsd
    That' s a Traccer rail isn't it?

    How did you fix it onto the body and how strong is it?
    I removed the extended wings off the Trracer rail, then sanded it to fit better on the Automag body. I used Gorilla Glue; not exactly a graceful solution, but I've played with the Rip Clip on there and it held just fine. I think with the sanding, I got a fairly good amount of bonding area.

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    That's actually pretty ingenious. And Gorilla Glue, once cured, won't move from there!

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    I like it. Out of curiosity, is the tracer rail metal or plastic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN
    I like it. Out of curiosity, is the tracer rail metal or plastic?
    It's glass filled nylon.

    Very cool mod! I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoatBoy
    Or my personal favorite, the SA-17 mag on a mag:


    The AGD Tac-1/2 Shortbow!

    I like the mod too. It's very similar to an idea I had and am attempting to get milled - along the lines of a sightrail, to attach to an AM/MM rail, and allow picatinny rails to screw on the sides and top. Basically an aluminum bolt-on body shroud.

    This is the easy way to do it apparently. Not knocking it at all, it looks good. And you actually got the mod finished. (I don't know if my project will ever get off the ground, lol)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justus
    The AGD Tac-1/2 Shortbow!
    I've been struggling to find a name for this, and I think this works!

    Yeah, I had other ideas as well, but getting parts made is a hassle, even if I have them all drawn up in Google Sketchup. Off-the-shelf parts are nice...

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    That's really slick. If you powdercoated it or got that mag body black somehow it would be a real head scratcher for just about anyone who saw it.

    Nice job!

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    the cross bow.

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