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    Oh MAMMA!

    Something was just dropped off for me over lunch







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    looks good! now put it on something haha
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    I ain't home yet.!

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    that's hideous. just give me your paypal, and i'll send you shipping for it, and i'll rid the the horror of a rail from your site...

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    screw shipping, I'll drive it. 400$ in gas

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    not the best pic, but good enuf for now.


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    looking good!

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    Nice BT, you should call that the Automags.org Automag.... It seems like almost everything came from AO.

    What truly impresses me about the rail is how long it took from start to finish. Sure, it took ElPanda some time, but I really like the way Luke handled the preorder side of things and delivered EXACTLY what he said it was going to be. Luke doesn't get enough credit when it comes to that. I'm not sure of the exact time, but damn that was quick.

    Now put some ano on it

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    I gots no money. honestly none. the money that WAS gonna go to my ano went towards this. I use alot of my spare money for others and everytime I find myself with money I find someone else who NEEDS something with the money that I was gonna use for stuff that I only want. Needs are more important then wants IMO. I WANT to play and complete my mag but the NEEDS of others come first

    on a side note, Mr. H from HK Army this weekend was geeking out over my automag so much he asked to play a few games with it. He loves it. Honestly the man has a soft spot for mags. surprise surprise.

    It was EPIC watching him play a few games with it
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    pics or shens with the "Mr. H" playing with the mag.

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    I'm hoping someone got a pic. My camera was about a mile away

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody View Post
    pics or shens with the "Mr. H" playing with the mag.
    I was there. Mark was seriously geeked about it. He was checking mine out at the previous Steetball event at CPX. He really does have a sweet spot for them. I just watched the video they made of the event. Unfortunately, no mag-love at all in the video.

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    Actually I thought i saw someone sporting dual-sydarms

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    Actually I thought i saw someone sporting dual-sydarms
    Yeah, I saw that too.

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    That was me.

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    i noticed you wearing a very nice vest

    nice mags

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    yes that vest is fantastic

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    can someone shop me a suggestion for the front of the body?

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    Just cut it. Biggest thing to watch out for is not slanting back too severely as to expose the threads. Leave the bottom overhang just a little and use a table sander or files to get it flush with the rail.

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    someone already cut it. do you see the sleeve I machined?

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    see picture:

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag View Post
    see picture:
    i'm still baffled by this... who did this and why?

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    I dont know who did it. the important thing is I fixed it.... well it's usable

    the back was a little better but just as bad

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    Is there a matching cut on the other side?

    I'd say it's an "interrupted thread" attempt. If you cut the threads on the barrel accordingly, you've effectively created a quick-release cocker threaded barrel -- something like a quarter or half turn and you can pull the thing out.
    "Accuracy by aiming."


    Definitely not on the A-Team.

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    Nope. Just the one side. Its a PITA when you break a ball cause it FILLS that cavity. I kinda want a new body but I'm partial to this one as its like a dog you got from the pound before it was put to sleep. Every time you play with it you think about how it almost died and is alive because of you..

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    This is Mr. H holding dual polished sydarms... any other argument is invalid


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    holding is one thing, using them is them is another matter. i can get a pic of myself next to a Ferrari, doesn't mean i can drive one.

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    Oh he rocked one for a game.

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    Him and Miley Cyrus really need to meet up sometime...

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