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    Just picked this up on ebay..did I do good.

    I just picked this up on ebay. It has everything I want.
    Did I do good on the price?
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI...vip=true&rt=nc

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdinator
    I just picked this up on ebay. It has everything I want.
    Did I do good on the price?
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/ws/eBayISAPI...vip=true&rt=nc

    Yes. Enjoy!

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    Looks like a pretty solid pickup to me.
    No gun

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    I think you came on here to brag...good find and the only bid. Must have caught a BIN price. If you find out that you don't like it, let me know.

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    Nice catch, indeed. Change the feed-neck, install a decent on/off and you are good to go.

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    I promise I did not post this to brag With so many different setups that you can have done on an automag, I wanted to make sure that I jumped on it at the right moment. It had a starting bid of $250 or a BIN of 310 plus shipping. To me it had all the right parts so I jumped.

    It is hard to change the feed neck? You have a link to one I should buy?
    Another questions, 22" sniper barrel...does it really work? I can see myself selling that off.

    Right now in the last 3 months i have collected:

    68 Classic
    Classic Automag Pump
    And now this piece...And I still want more, but I am running out of money.

    Thanks for the help

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    nice! I got bit by the bug myself when I found quite a few automag parts in my garage so I have been scouring ebay and the classifieds here to make it whole again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdinator
    And I still want more, but I am running out of money.
    You'll make more next month

    Give the redonkulus barrel to some Mil-Sim knucklehead. All you need is a 12in with a good control bore. Anything past 14 is just for looks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ando
    You'll make more next month

    Give the redonkulus barrel to some Mil-Sim knucklehead. All you need is a 12in with a good control bore. Anything past 14 is just for looks

    Walking around with that barrel, I would feel like the Joke from the movie Batman!

    So would would be the next gun to add to my collection? RT?

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    If you are interested in selling that barrel i am interested in it for a project. PM me and we can talk.

    Also yes you did come out good on the buy.

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    Great find. I think the misprint kept some of us from seeing it.

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    Great price.
    Great deal.

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    sexy mag! have fun!
    HARDY HAR HAR!

    And we're just gonna put a happy little bush in the corner right there, and it'll be our little secret. AND IF YOU TELL ANYONE! THAT, THAT BUSH IS THERE! I WILL COME TO YOUR HOUSE! AND I WILL CUT YOU!

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    Thanks! I will let you know when I get it.

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    Got the marker yesterday and like anythimg you buy used, you need to address a few things.
    The ASA I guess is cross threaded. I screwed in my tank and right before the last turn to tighten the tank, it started to leak from the ASA. Pulled the tank, and found the O-ring on the air valve was sliced up. Put a new o-ring on and same thing happen. Switched out the ASA from my other Mag and solved that issue. I just need to buy a new ASA.

    The second issue is that from time time and the best I can descibe it, the valve will not recharge. The trigger will not reset, it will hang up for a second or two and you hear a little air leak.

    Any advice or should I post this to the tect forum? I am thinking O-ring kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdinator
    Got the marker yesterday and like anythimg you buy used, you need to address a few things.
    The ASA I guess is cross threaded. I screwed in my tank and right before the last turn to tighten the tank, it started to leak from the ASA. Pulled the tank, and found the O-ring on the air valve was sliced up. Put a new o-ring on and same thing happen. Switched out the ASA from my other Mag and solved that issue. I just need to buy a new ASA.

    The second issue is that from time time and the best I can descibe it, the valve will not recharge. The trigger will not reset, it will hang up for a second or two and you hear a little air leak.

    Any advice or should I post this to the tect forum? I am thinking O-ring kit.
    I'd say verify your on/off o-rings and give it some oil. That's where I'd start from.

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    Oil the level 10 powertube and carrier o ring. That's most likely it

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    Thanks! I am going to search out a video on it.

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    Fiddle with your field strip screw. You would be amazed at the issues having it too light or too tight can cause.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN
    Fiddle with your field strip screw. You would be amazed at the issues having it too light or too tight can cause.
    Should I do it hand tight or hand tight then a 1/2 turn with the allen key?

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdinator
    Should I do it hand tight or hand tight then a 1/2 turn with the allen key?
    Hand tight and just snug with a allen works for me. But every one is different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjrtk
    Hand tight and just snug with a allen works for me. But every one is different.
    Seems to vary from marker to marker. I have one that when the marker is not aired up, the valve actually wobbles a bit. Another one, I have to do a 1/4 turn or so. Do it finger tight and air the marker up. If it is resetting and cycling fine, leave it. If it isn't resetting, try tightening a little until it resets. You may have to loosen it.

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    I finally got the chance to disassemble the valve, clean and oiled it up.
    I think it fixed the problem. Walked the trigger and had no issues.

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