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Thread: Ebay -REDEYE Pneu-mag. SO PRETTY!

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    Ebay -REDEYE Pneu-mag. SO PRETTY!

    Man, just cant stop looking at it.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/REDEYE-Pneu-...item19e97d5031

    There is even a video of it being built. I hope this goes to a great home. (I.E someone that doesn't F with it.)

    ITS BACK ON EBAY! and now it's broken with an added 20$ to the price tag.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/AGD-Automag-...item3cea10cea6
    Last edited by Toasty; 10-17-2014 at 03:07 PM.

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    Do you plan on bidding on this?

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    I love how he sacrificed the hands-down rarest Angel frame to build that Spimmy he's got listed

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    Had the mag stayed under $200, i would have bid. This mag is so nice with a pretty cool history. In the middle of part 2, u can watch it being built. Beginning of part 3 of the video, u can watch it in action.

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    Yea, as far as looks go, I'm not too impressed with that Spimmy. But that Pneumag looks pretty.

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    What is something like this worth?

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    It looks really nice but judging from my experience with pneumags there are a few reasons I would probably stay away, or at least plan to do a little alteration on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    It looks really nice but judging from my experience with pneumags there are a few reasons I would probably stay away, or at least plan to do a little alteration on it.
    Scaring off the competition? lol.

    Actually, is the ano an acid wash or something? Looks terribly uneven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN View Post
    Scaring off the competition? lol.
    That's what I was thinking...I am torn.

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    I just hope that someone on this forum wins this mag!!!

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    Only things I'm seeing are what looks like fading anodizing and trigger rod looks a little low. They used a palmers micro rock which is "rock solid", so I don't see issues there. Stock feedneck is Meh, but who cares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN View Post
    Scaring off the competition? lol.

    Actually, is the ano an acid wash or something? Looks terribly uneven.
    I hope someone here buys it.. because most likely it will end up with me for tuning

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN View Post
    Scaring off the competition? lol.

    Actually, is the ano an acid wash or something? Looks terribly uneven.
    if i read it correctly he stated that the anno was not even do to the rush to do all of them at the event and his system wasn't built for that----or something along those lines.

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    guess this gun is a project gun.

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    315 shipped priority to anyone interested. Wish I had to time and funds to get it running again

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    What is not working about it?

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    I liked it buy already spent a ton of cash on mags this month. :-(

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    Is $330 + $15 shipped a realistic price for a non functional pnuey? What are some of your thoughts?

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    it will probably take years to figure out the problems it has.
    I think ill pick it up.
    pneumags are easy to work on.
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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