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    Question AO: Can anyone identify this custom automag?

    AO: Just wondering if anyone has the back story about this custom automag.







    Hopefully someone can identify this so I can post this in the CMS. And/or purchase it.

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    I wish I could help you out...now I want it too!!

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    That is sick!! I want one too!

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    OMG... ok who the hell is holding out on us???

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    Looks like the newest addition to the Space Mag Family:
    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...ciation-Thread

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    The "trekkie" look is pretty cool.

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    Btw, I found this on jayloo.com I figured it was uploaded around 2006-07.

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    First time I have ever seen that gun.

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    That is sweet. Reminds me of the raw al space looking gun from the early 90s with the silencer that made it in APG a hand full of times.

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    That is amazing and looks so much like a production gun .

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    Wow, thats a lot of man hours right there! sweeeeet!!!

    I think I made up my mind on the color scheme for my gun too, that combo of greys is awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by pgop2.0 View Post
    Looks like the newest addition to the Space Mag Family:
    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...ciation-Thread
    thats the first thing i thought of too... that it fits right in with the space mags.


    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    Btw, I found this on jayloo.com I figured it was uploaded around 2006-07.
    how the heck has it gone this long without anyone here ever seeing it, before? crazy

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    I can't stop looking at it!

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    i would just like to know that this thing is alive somewhere, that it didnt get taken out with a house fire or something.
    i like it, if bunny cant buy it when he find out who has it, i sure will.
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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    If you find it let me know.

    Vikings, Excals, Twisters, Micromags, Xmags, Angels, pick your poison I will overpay.

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    Bunny that automag belongs to Bruce Wayne!

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    That is the sickest and best mag I have seen in a long time. I am sure this is on a wall and doubt it would leave. But yeah we need more info and lots lots more pictures

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    How the heck does that trigger even function? Its hard up against the grip frame!

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    ^ like every mag when its aired up it moved forward

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    Quote Originally Posted by koleah View Post
    How the heck does that trigger even function? Its hard up against the grip frame!
    By looking at it, it actually looks like it slides straight back in the frame, if you look close at the milling at the bottom of the trigger, it looks like it was milled that way to guide it straight back

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    Pretty sure I've seen this before ... but where?!!.

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    WE HAVE A BREAK IN OUR INVESTIGATION!!! Thank god I posted this in PBN, did not expect much from it. Warning this news may be discouraging.

    Link for the PBN thread. http://www.pbnation.com/showthread.p...1#post78479260

    Post that gave us more info: Stated as following

    Here is another thread from 2004 where people were searching for the same thing.

    http://www.automags.org/forums/archi.../t-148761.html

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    Don't know much about it.. just that a guy on AO built that, cutom trigger frame, grip.. well.. everything on that marker that doesn't look stock he made.. Can't remember his name though..
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    That Mag used to be in the Gallery on the main page, but Webby took it down I think. They used to have a name with it, but I can't remember. What I do know is that he made the ENTIRE thing, well, except the mounting hardware, xvalve and the feedneck. It really is a work of art.
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    I remember when he posted this, he said that his wife would never allow him to produce any more, I also can not remember who it was, but here are some more pics.

    http://www.jayloo.com/files/pics/6000/grip26392_rs.jpg
    http://www.jayloo.com/files/pics/6000/grip31693_rs.jpg
    http://www.jayloo.com/files/pics/6000/grip18970_rs.jpg

    I believe the trigger slid back and forth.

    thats all i remember.
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    all i remember is it doing som gawd awful amount of bps in a vis, adn it had an electro-like pull but was mech said the owner, trigger piveted from bottom (dont ask me why)
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    I remember that too. I really wished i had saved the vids of it. They were very impressive.
    So this marker has been lost since 2004 (9 years ago people were trying to find the owner) and there were videos of it firing at one time. Enjoy your hunt hope I helped some!

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    This means that we still may have some more information hibernating within the abyss of AO. Lets find this thing people!

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    All the links tell me file not found. But that is one sweet build.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedy500 View Post
    This means that we still may have some more information hibernating within the abyss of AO. Lets find this thing people!
    yea... i get dizzy just trying to find my own posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdeath1k View Post
    All the links tell me file not found. But that is one sweet build.
    this link does not work? Works fine for me.

    http://www.automags.org/forums/archi.../t-148761.html

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    I just did some more research and found the username of the person who created it. It is pretty interesting that he did this all by hand, just like Allen Hastie's Spacemags. I actually stumbled on the thread by searching the term "Spacemag"..... go figure!

    AO Username: DJELECTRO
    PBN Username: DJELECTRO
    **Also posted on a polish paintball website.
    **I e-mailed both accounts and they bounced.

    Finished the build on 06-22-2003

    http://www.automags.org/forums/searc...searchid=33426

    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...t-mag-pictures

    all is custom. the trigger is moving from the top and the center is kind of pulling back so you can adjust this thing very easily.
    not for sale i did it just for my self.i think this mag will be impossible to price because i spend huge amount of time.my wife hate me for this.
    trigger and the rest is my design .the trigger moves from the top not bottom and also has screw in the middle inside the frame i got spring pulling back the trigger .i think i got easily 20 bps on this trigger. my egg missed fief times and is rated 17+ need to buy halo.
    is all sand blasted and clear anodized.comes to doing this again just don`t know i got vacations and all kind of other things to do and my wife she go nuts already.just don't know.and will be very expensive . this is done on manual machine not cnc so takes lots of time.give me some time to think .
    the trigger is 100%mech and i used intelli frame .
    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...099#post768099

    AFTER LONG BREAK I GOT SOME PICTURES WITH MY MAG.
    IT WAS DIFFICULT TO DO ALL THIS WORK BECAUSE I GOT NO ACCESS TO CNC ,THIS WAS DONE ON OLD BRIDGEPORT ALL BY HAND.
    OTHER THINK IS I GOT LITTLE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT MILLING.FUNNY BUT REAL.I WILL CHANGE SOME THINGS AND GOT ALREADY IDEA . THE SLUG AND OTHER SMALL PARTS WILL BE PLATED AND THE REST JUST LIKE WAS BEFORE.SO LOOK AND LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK.

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    Reading that made me feel at home. My wife is from Poland. That looked like something her or her mother would have wrote.

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    I just wish all those image attachments would work in those old threads.

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    Sometimes I wonder if bunny's real job is a private detective. We gotta get A LOT more pics and specs of that thing. I want the specs of the whole thing down for future reference so we have the ability to recreate it if ever possible.

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