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    Old School X-Mag Production Run

    I was digging through my old email account and found these pics that AGD had me host and post on AO.



















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    I remember drooling on these pictures for months...

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    Those are the ones I'm missing. Not sure where they went.

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    Wow, amazing the diversity of colors that were made. Were these the special order batch or was it common for them to be so differently anodized? Looking at the brown with red sponge and black splatter.... pretty unique.

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    I just touched myself...

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    I remember when I saw some of those pics on AO in 2003? and they still effect me in the same way than nearly 10 years ago.

    Finest Porn!

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    The 2 tone fade xmags look standard cause I seen alot of them . My question is where the acid wash and 3 color fade xmags special order/limited edition?

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    I hate to quote pictures, but I was wondering if someone could answer this question...

    Can anyone identify this barrel? (Top picture of the thread)

    Thanks Justus!


    Is it a JnJ barrel?
    I know there was a handful of stock barrels, but I've never seen this one up close...

    Xmag Gen1 One Piece
    Xmag Gen 2 One Piece
    Euro Xmag One Piece (Perfect Bore)
    Unknown ???
    Last edited by Bunny; 10-24-2012 at 05:14 PM.

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    It looks exactly like a stock Tac One barrel, which is a J&J.

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    Thanks Justus! It will make it easier for future Xmag restorations to get a stock barrel

    By the way, anyone else notice the dual detent Xmags, they always seemed to puzzle me.

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    this so awsome,

    i love the look of these guns, who cares about weight, these are awsome.


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    good news!

    I found MOST of the pictures...

    bad news!

    my 1 year old teamed up with my 5 year old and hid the cords for the scanner

    so...

    this is the only picture from the day I have scanned in

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    I can't let this thread die just yet.... Here are a few more pictures I was able to track down....

    Btw, who saves xmag pictures as GIFS....














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    Dutch paintball opened up a shop and sold agd products. And they had a team that shot x-mags.
    The shop did not stay open for long and closed its doors I have been searching for some x-mags they
    had with no luck. I sold my x-mag in Holland while I used to live there and cannot get in touch with the buyer. Great to see all the pictures it is still one sexy gun.

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