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    Chrome Fred Schultz Minimag

    Hey everyone, hoping someone can help me out, I picked up a chrome minimag in a deal, it has a purple splash rail, duckbill, plug, and a barrel sleeve that says Fred Schultz on it. I am trying to figure out if these kits use to be sold like this? And how much this gun might be worth?image.jpg

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    100 - 150.

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    image.jpg

    Added a better pic, thanks for the price but I know the standard minimags are going for, I'm guess I'm mainly just looking for the history of the anno body kit and if it adds value

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    it does but I'm not sure how much. That kit is about as rare as you get. Yours is the first I've seen in a LONG time.

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    There are few people on here that know lots about splash kits. I am not one but I have never seen one of those before. Does the barrel sleeve come off?
    I would say it is probably worth $250 or more.

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    The sleeve does come off and also the rail is pump milled

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    The rail on this gun is also factory milled for a pump kit as an added bonus, and the barrel sleeve does slide off.

    In case it seems wierd that I know this, I also have an interest in this gun as I went in half-sies when this was bought, so I am just as interested in finding out the info on this one. It look ten times more amazing in person, the anno just doesn't show up well in pics.

    Edited: he beat me to that info

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    i'd rock the hell out of that gun.
    loose cars and fast women

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    Tom wrote a great post about Fred Schultz here.... http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...-from-the-Past

    The post shows that Tom really appreciated what Fred Schultz did for the sport of paintball. Sure, it is pretty much a standard minimag with anodizing and laser engraving, but when you hear the story of who Fred Schultz was as a person, the value increases. It might not be a million dollar paintball gun, but I think you should be able to get good money from a collector.

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    dont worry, I will be squeezing Fred for information when I talk to him.

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    Yah that was the first thing I read after I got this gun, and just the other day I watched the Disney game which has Fred using a minimag that looks very similar, I got into paintball to late to really know the name but have heard it a few times and it is very cool to own something that seems so rare and part of paintball history.

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    Not even a part of histroy. You own history. Fred was an amazing person

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag View Post
    dont worry, I will be squeezing Fred for information when I talk to him.
    When do you think you will talk to him?

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    Even better, so you have contact with Fred?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cockerpunk View Post
    i'd rock the hell out of that gun.
    It's too pretty to use! Haha. I actually bought another chrome Minimag just to able to use one so I wouldn't chance killing this one.

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    Shhh... Ive said too much


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    Lol, well thanks for the info you have already given me and if you find out more I would love to hear about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jergs View Post
    It's too pretty to use! Haha. I actually bought another chrome Minimag just to able to use one so I wouldn't chance killing this one.
    like cars, paintball guns are for using, not putting in a display case.
    Last edited by cockerpunk; 01-14-2014 at 12:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cockerpunk View Post
    like cars, paintball guns are for using, not putting in a display case.
    Touché

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    Cool gun. Anything is what the owner what's to make of it. Collectors shelf item. Of a first choice field gun. Me myself. If I'm not gonna use it. I'm selling it most likely. Not much on trophies.

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    Other than this gun hopefully making an appearance at Living Legends now, any new updates to be had? Just trying to keep track of any new info we find on this beauty! Thanks guys!

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    working on it. Tom could really help out on this... I know he's reading (HI TOM)

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    Would it help to have to any more pictures? Anything up close or in particular that might help out? Not trying to be overbearing, just excited to hear that this gun has history! Thanks to everyone that has helped out so far, it is greatly appreciated!

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    yes LOTS OF PICTURES or there will be pain LOTS OF PAIN

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    Good god I want it soo bad... curse you wallet.

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    You better save up some cash because when you put yours hand on it at ll7 Ull really want it

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    the problem being I use all of my guns and if I dont use it then I let someone else use it...

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    Yah I am the same , so I don't really know what to do with this piece

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    If anything I would buy the pieces and NEVER make a working gun with them

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