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Thread: chrome warp mag w/ x-valve

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    chrome warp mag w/ x-valve

    Hey guys, I'd like to know a value on this marker with moving it being the primary importance.







    Both the body and rail are factory pump-milled
    The x-valve has a ULT on/off
    It comes with chrome CP on/off ASA and rail
    The ceramic barrel will leave and a chrome ANS Phase II barrel will go in its place
    The chrome on the marker is not in the greatest shape and could use a good polishing

    It has a PTP warp feed adapter
    The warp feed is in great shape
    It is currently using the standard bracket, but I'll include Luke's bracket
    I'll also include an intellifeed revy with intellifeed switch. The revy blades spin every time you click the button, but I'm not sure if it is working at its optimal since this is the only intellifeed revy I have owned.

    Thanks.
    Last edited by bowcycle; 08-18-2014 at 12:13 PM.

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    i think it would move at $325-$350.

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    Wanted to show a few more pics and get some more opinions:





    I did the holes in the revy shells myself and I think you'll find it to be one of the cleanest jobs you've seen. I piloted both holes 2 sizes and then drilled all the way through from top to bottom with a 1" hole saw and the revy held flat so that there was no dremeling necessary. If you ever feel like doing this to your revy shells, please do it this way and don't bust out the dremel. Also, piloting the holes almost to the size of the center-bit in the hole saw will help keep your shells from splitting and cracking.

    Decided to break down the revy, clean it out, and put it back together. It now functions with the intellifeed switch so will be sold as-is/working. Only because this is the only intellifeed revy I have owned or seen and don't know how it measures up against others out there.

    Also, we all know this is a righty market, but I wanted to show what is possible if you're a lefty like me:



    The PTP feed neck can shave down so that the hose goes directly into the revy and straight into the warp with almost no hose showing externally. Alternatively, you can shave down the neck on the revy so that it sits right on the warp and accomplish the same thing. If a lefty were to buy this thing, I can do the work for them, but I don't want to do anything that would hinder it selling to a righty.

    If you feel like using the included Luke's warp adapter, that makes the entire setup sit a little further out and further forward or backward. In that case, the PTP feed can turn to any angle so that the hose still runs pretty direct.

    I think it's a pretty cool setup, but have to shave down my stable and there's just not room for this one. Getting my son out of that Azodin and into a mag meant that I get 4 markers now instead of 3, but still; it's hard to keep the numbers that small.
    Last edited by bowcycle; 08-18-2014 at 12:15 PM.

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    Also wondering what your thoughts are on "moving-value" if I switched the X-valve for a lvl7 classic valve.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowcycle View Post
    Also wondering what your thoughts are on "moving-value" if I switched the X-valve for a lvl7 classic valve.

    Thanks.
    i think $175 give or take. the warp feed alone is about $100, not including the revvy.

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    about to put this up with the x-valve. I installed the intellifeed and will post it with Luke's warp bracket installed.

    Any other comments on value?

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    i think you could get a bit more if you waited until fall / winter / spring when people aren't playing and looking to buy new toys to pass the time.

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    I've noticed there's been a slump lately. I appreciate your feedback.

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