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    Emag

    was looking at all my emags this week.
    I was just wondering,
    who owns currently the most emags?(xmags,,sfls,emags,ule emags etc.anything with emag lowers)
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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    Has I be you! I've seen some of your collection...

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    I could swear there is someone with currently like 15.

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    Bunny ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatliner333 View Post
    Bunny ?
    Bunny would be my guess as well.

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    because I have 15 right now. 9 that have boards for them in my possession.
    3 boards on the way from p8ntball4me,

    will have to get more boards from him

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    There are quite a bit of E/X/SFL collectors out there. Many of them do not post on AO or any of the other paintball forums. My favorite collection is Greg Knight's....

    http://xmagworld.com/2012/12/24/greg-knight-collection/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    There are quite a bit of E/X/SFL collectors out there. Many of them do not post on AO or any of the other paintball forums. My favorite collection is Greg Knight's....

    http://xmagworld.com/2012/12/24/greg-knight-collection/
    yeah that's who I was thinking of.

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    I think the highest number I had at one time was 7 including an Xmag, plus another "complete" marker sans body while waiting for Micromags to be finished.

    Now I have one

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    Exclamation

    I think a better question would be who owns electronic mag(s) AND can fix it themselves with no outside help (without sending it out to Tuna or......) ?

    Anyone can own an electronic mag, but very few can keep them tuned and working.

    You can tune a piano but you cant tune a fish...........




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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home View Post
    I think a better question would be who owns electronic mag(s) AND can fix it themselves with no outside help (without sending it out to Tuna or......) ?

    Anyone can own an electronic mag, but very few can keep them tuned and working.

    You can tune a piano but you cant tune a fish...........



    yeah that's true,
    I can say that I can do that not the fish thing the mag tune.

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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home View Post
    I think a better question would be who owns electronic mag(s) AND can fix it themselves with no outside help (without sending it out to Tuna or......) ?

    Anyone can own an electronic mag, but very few can keep them tuned and working.

    You can tune a piano but you cant tune a fish...........



    That can be said of most markers, I've found.

    I had a stubborn set of lowers and tried all sorts of things. I brought in another guy who's been shooting mags for a million years and he was stumped too. We followed the handbook, got creative, asked questions on several forums, but couldn't figure it out. Turns out some sort of magnetic dust, nearly invisible to the naked eye, had built up on one of the trigger magnets, and that was causing the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frizzle Fry View Post
    That can be said of most markers, I've found.

    I had a stubborn set of lowers and tried all sorts of things. I brought in another guy who's been shooting mags for a million years and he was stumped too. We followed the handbook, got creative, asked questions on several forums, but couldn't figure it out. Turns out some sort of magnetic dust, nearly invisible to the naked eye, had built up on one of the trigger magnets, and that was causing the problem.
    Was it white dust?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frizzle Fry View Post
    That can be said of most markers, I've found.

    I had a stubborn set of lowers and tried all sorts of things. I brought in another guy who's been shooting mags for a million years and he was stumped too. We followed the handbook, got creative, asked questions on several forums, but couldn't figure it out. Turns out some sort of magnetic dust, nearly invisible to the naked eye, had built up on one of the trigger magnets, and that was causing the problem.
    that's very common for magnets to do. depending on the age of them.

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    ...and lols were had all around.

    Long story short I snorted it, then sold my other emags to get more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frizzle Fry View Post
    ...and lols were had all around.

    Long story short I snorted it, then sold my other emags to get more.
    yeah some time troubles are super simple, but can be real unruly, I wount have ever guessed something like that, my buddy is the one who told me about it and showed me how it happens.

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    I've got an E-Tac that I keep tuned myself. Had some minor problems here and there after anodizing, but with a few posts in the tech forum I got it all working.

    If anything happened to my board, though, I'd have to send it off for repair. I just haven't had a lot of luck doing small circuitry soldering. I think either my equipment or technique is bad, or both. I wouldn't want to take the chance of burning the entire board due to a home repair. I'm not sure board repairs are what you're referring to when you say "and fix it themselves" though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knownothingmags View Post
    because I have 15 right now. 9 that have boards for them in my possession.
    3 boards on the way from p8ntball4me,

    will have to get more boards from him
    would you like to buy my board spot form PB4me

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    Quote Originally Posted by rukh013 View Post
    would you like to buy my board spot form PB4me
    ill be in touch on that.
    I need more boards just have to pay people for stuff yet

    ill know more by the end of the weekend.

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    Seems to me Mr. Knight at TB3 had quite the stack of new in box Emags he was showing off.


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