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    My latest Build

    Well i decided to with another CreeMag stlye this time as the last one turned out so nice,
    i went for shaped rail which i transfered from the bottom of the creed body to get a nice line up and used the am/mm stlye pin which allows for a slightly shallower rail also, i ditched the standard trigger modded an ego 08 one to suit, and heated and bent the trigger guard to allow more finger movement ( i have big fingers ).
    I need to put air through it yet but i think its looking good so far.






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    man, you do nice work ...

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    The UK's xyz god in my book.

    A very helpful bloke indeed.


    edit;

    I think I'm going to get you a nice digital camera for xmas Renie. That calculator you're using isn't doing the gun any justice.!

    Last edited by eelz; 08-31-2012 at 09:17 PM.

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    Another awesome build mate

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    Where do you get those Creed frames and regs from? Are you buying full markers and cannibalizing them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpsd
    Where do you get those Creed frames and regs from? Are you buying full markers and cannibalizing them?
    Picked up a couple of cheap creeds, which isn't hard as there so prone to leaking lol
    I've put them to better use

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    Just aired it up, no leaks an shoots now to use it tomorrow and get some vids

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    I have no words...
    Jealous...

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    Quote Originally Posted by renie
    Picked up a couple of cheap creeds, which isn't hard as there so prone to leaking lol
    You should see the instructions they ship with... They're like some kind of Hellraiser puzzle box that summons small hissing leaks and blown solenoids and gaskets.

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    I sooooooo wanna build one

    To leave feedback: Click seller/buyers name, Click feedback score, Click leave feedback

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    Quote Originally Posted by renie
    I've put them to better use
    You did, indeed.

    Now, I was looking onto those guns on PBN and they sell for like $450 to $500. A little bit expensive for a project like that, I think, even though I admit I've paid more for Mag frames alone in the past (the VER frame cost me more than this, for example).

    My next project, as of now, is Luke's frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpsd
    You did, indeed.

    Now, I was looking onto those guns on PBN and they sell for like $450 to $500. A little bit expensive for a project like that, I think, even though I admit I've paid more for Mag frames alone in the past (the VER frame cost me more than this, for example).

    My next project, as of now, is Luke's frame.

    yeah i picked up a couple of leaking ones for around $300-350 each, which isn't bad as your getting a complete frame with trigger, hpr/foregrip and a nice Oled board with rechargable battery and eyes if u want them.
    Also its possible to sell the remaing parts you dont use, to get some money back if u do buy a dearer one

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    I soooooooo want one.

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    Better pic


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    Question ?

    Nice invention !

    Excuse my ignorance, but if you are feeding air to the valve directly from the asa,

    why do you have another line going to the foregrip from the asa ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home
    Nice invention !

    Excuse my ignorance, but if you are feeding air to the valve directly from the asa,

    why do you have another line going to the foregrip from the asa ?


    Using the HPR as an LPR? Or high pressure tank through HPR to an LPR?

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    I'm so jealous

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    How much? Seriously!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hill160881
    How much? Seriously!
    Ha Ha open to offers

    Took it out for a few games today and it perfomed beautifully but typical my phone died so only a short vid on 13bps ramp.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jE07...e_gdata_player

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    I played with Renie today and have seen this beauty rip on the field

    All I can say is... I'm really glad he was on my team

    Oh.. and my own 'son of Creemag' shot very nice today as well

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    Creemag son

    I can't wait for my own son of creemag to be born. Renie is making one right now and I'm counting the days...


    Quote Originally Posted by GEE TEE
    I played with Renie today and have seen this beauty rip on the field

    All I can say is... I'm really glad he was on my team

    Oh.. and my own 'son of Creemag' shot very nice today as well

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    If you could combine this with the hoseless feature of the other one you are building, I think I would possibly sell something to get you to build it.

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    this badboy is just been finished today


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    you guys must have an in house anno?
    your guns get done quick. anno wise. well even assymbly.

    you make a nice sleek looking final lpr ill buy many of them.

    oooooh make them and sell with your body when it gets up and running.

    that would be awsome.


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    have you yet to hook up the lower macro or did you do something special?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag
    have you yet to hook up the lower macro or did you do something special?
    nope thats it Gas through

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    pics of that?

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    i saw that already, how did you run the air to the valve

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    The frame is off a demon so the air runs through it, I made a spacer rail and used a really long series drill to meet the adapter I made to slot into the frame(the stainless bit in pic) which is tapped into the spacer and uses an boring seal on the other end like a demon manifold would be, that goes toothed front where I slotted the underneath joining hole using an oring seal( like u would on a cp asa mod) That feeds the lpr and has a side output for the xvalve.
    The lpr output is ontop connecting via a 1/8th barb

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