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    Finally got a couple pics together

    so i have been watching everyone post all of there guns and figured i would get around to it. so here it is, this is my current collection as of now.

    THE NOVAS:

    Dark Star nova 700




    Super Nova



    Super nova E.T.
    rf body, maxflow instead of the pgi reg, front grip and it shoots good.




    ^do not buy these oring kits by the way. they have the wrong size orings. i know because i make oring kits for novas.

    Vert feed nova 700



    New in Box Nova 700 ( if you see any marks on this one it is box fibers)

    got this one from a guy that won it at skyball i believe, he was the original owner and never aired it up because he already owned an angel.

























    THE MAGS:

    Taso pump mag with a rainman gen 2 pump kit, xvalve tunes lvl 10. shoots the way a pump mag should.



    Taso pump mag





    PBX mag
    1 of only 2 mag bodies made by pbx
    centerfire valve with lvl 10







    PBX mag
    1 of only 2 mag bodies made by pbx
    electric skies splash rail and grip
    taso frame
    minimag valve with lvl 10





    Purple Splash mag



    Electric Skies splash mag



    Blue splash mag

    reverse rt valve





    Purple Splash pump mag

    smart mag valve




    Grey Splash mags












    Grey Taso mag



    Blue Taso mag

    with the exception of the foregrip this one is pretty clean.



    crazy black splash mag




    Red Zgrip splash

    emag valve with lvl 10
    minimag body modded by luke
    rt's like it should



    red splash mag

    bought this one from the original owner aswell




    Lvl 5/6 mag




    tacone pump mag

    1 of 10 cerberus tactical pump kit
    taso rail
    taso frame




    UL frame mag

    this one is done yet. its close but not done.



    Egomag.... my tourney gun

    built this one in the machine shop while at school
    virtue board
    sidewinder lpr
    critical trigger
    effiecency insert





    The Karta

    deadlywind grip v2
    intelliframe with splinter rpg trigger
    dye ti ul with carbon fiber tip




    The angel

    led limited edition
    cobra trigger
    sidewinder
    virtue board
    Ti ul
    dual dye vollys
    magnet mod cupseal




    Thumper





    Micro CA II




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    prototype s6
    sidewinder
    86 slider with AT
    ccm prototype ics
    drilled guide rod
    slik3 bolt

    ive owned this thing since early 2007







    s6.5
    slotblocker
    aluminum trigger
    sst sidewinder
    drilled guide rod




    sleeper 99 rf

    ccm springs
    ics
    sidewinder
    ccm 86 slider with AT
    aka bolt


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    geez, you don't like safeties? like only three 'mags had them...surely more frames came with them intact. you must have a huge pile of them somewhere lol.

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    i don't like the benchmark style safety i tend to put the safety on when i play. The other frames came with out them installed. It doesn't really effect me either way.

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    Didn't realize there were only 10 cerebus tactical pump handles made. Nice old school mags

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    Quote Originally Posted by captian pinky View Post
    i don't like the benchmark style safety i tend to put the safety on when i play. The other frames came with out them installed. It doesn't really effect me either way.
    lol, i've done that before...usually when changing hands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keiko_819 View Post
    Didn't realize there were only 10 cerebus tactical pump handles made. Nice old school mags
    ya i think i read it some where. only 10 tactical and only 2 tactical that went over the top of the barrel.


    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...ical-pump-kits

    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...tical-pump-mag

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    Nice collection!

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    Incredible collection! Very jealous for sure!

    Quick question: is this a standard AGD frame or does someone make an aluminum right hand, single trigger frame that you can anodize on the below guns?







    Also, I'm sending you a PM.
    Last edited by Automag Ranger; 11-27-2015 at 10:08 AM.

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    Very early mag frames were made out of metal.

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    And also the frames that were part of smartparts complete splash kits around mid 90's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laku View Post
    And also the frames that were part of smartparts complete splash kits around mid 90's.
    94-96 for sure.... I remember them all to well. Sadly could barely afford my mag and paint back then. Let alone another 200+ just for fancy color.

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    I've been around Mags for probably 14 years but certainly not as long as some of you. Good to learn a thing or two new today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automag Ranger View Post
    Incredible collection! Very jealous for sure!

    Quick question: is this a standard AGD frame or does someone make an aluminum right hand, single trigger frame that you can anodize on the below guns?

    Also, I'm sending you a PM.
    the other potmetal frames have issues with anno from what i have been told since they are not all the same material. some are mixes of different types of aluminum. i could be wrong but i believe that is why they call them potmetal.

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    Yup. Potmetal is a mix of aluminium, zinc, tin and anything else they have. Its cheaper because you are using the scraps as it were and not pure metals.

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