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    Differences in X-mag body runs

    Hey everyone,

    I recently noticed some subtle differences between my CNC Xmag and some other CNCs online, namely in the dovetail milling..

    So the questions began.. How many differences were there between CNC runs? How many of each? Which came first!?

    ..You mean there's more than just CNC and Euro!?

    Apparently I've been in the dark on this matter, can anyone fill in the blanks?

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    Calling Simon......
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    Post up photos of what you are seeing?

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    The earlier ones were unofficially considered 'gen 1'. I believe the rail on the top was different than the newer ones that came with the CnC battery packs.

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    I borrowed some pics from Google here, so if any of these belong to anyone here.. thanks, you got some sweet mags! but check out the sight rails..






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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    The earlier ones were unofficially considered 'gen 1'. I believe the rail on the top was different than the newer ones that came with the CnC battery packs.
    Cool. I'm guessing the extended sight rail came later? Were there just the two revisions?

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    Check out the "old" www.xmagworld.com. The CnC page highlights some of the changes in versions... (https://xmagworld.com/2012/12/22/the-cnc/)

    If you goto the "Assembly Line" pictures, you can see the shift. There are also a bunch of different prototype versions as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    OneSelfLost-

    Check out the "old" www.xmagworld.com. The CnC page highlights some of the changes in versions... (https://xmagworld.com/2012/12/22/the-cnc/)

    If you goto the "Assembly Line" pictures, you can see the shift. There are also a bunch of different prototype versions as well.
    Incredibly awesome! Thank you!

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    No problem!!! On my journey to track down the earliest Xmags, I was able to acquire some really old prototypes. I really need to update the site with all the stuff I got.
    Last edited by Bunny; 04-25-2017 at 10:13 PM.

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    Geez, bunny... I'd like to see your collection in person. I never did make it to LL for your display.

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    Duuude, whachya got hiding!?

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