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    Slowly building....

    So Im slowly building a thing in my spare time to get back to playing. Its been quite a while. Having only previously had people build my pneumags it will be a test. Its nice to see the community has streamlined the process in my absence.


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    Good luck !


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    Thatís gonna be a real nice pneumag when you finish it.


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    That looks good, please keep us updated. Care to share how did you do it? So we can also try to create Pneumag during our spare time.

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    thats going to look great., prolly going to need to mill the rail for the warp breech, thats an easy send off to get done, but man on that rail.
    but it will look super sexy when all done i bet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsBella View Post
    That looks good, please keep us updated. Care to share how did you do it? So we can also try to create Pneumag during our spare time.
    M86v1 which is what he has & M86v2 both have all the mountings for the fabco switch and the clippard ram, sleeper lpr mounting (with some minor modification)

    Knownothingmags sells the pnuematics kit.

    I don't have any v1 frames left, I do however have two v2 frames left. Check out the dealer section for those.
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    Warwitch, looks like a very nice build. What are you plans for a loader setup?

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    Notched rails make me cringe more than cut trigger guards....

    Short of getting one of the new style ULE rails I wonder if there's any way to notch the body and not the rail ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by cougar20th View Post
    Warwitch, looks like a very nice build. What are you plans for a loader setup?

    Planning on a Warpless setup. Just not sure what hopper Im going to use yet.

    Quote Originally Posted by going_home View Post
    Notched rails make me cringe more than cut trigger guards....

    Short of getting one of the new style ULE rails I wonder if there's any way to notch the body and not the rail ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home View Post
    Notched rails make me cringe more than cut trigger guards....

    Short of getting one of the new style ULE rails I wonder if there's any way to notch the body and not the rail ?


    I was thinking the same, maybe mill the feedneck adapter and then screw it into the body then assemble on the rail

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpha_q_up23 View Post
    I was thinking the same, maybe mill the feedneck adapter and then screw it into the body then assemble on the rail

    Just wait. Im going to radius the notch. It wont just be a square cutout.

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    Pretty sure the rail pictured would not need notched:

    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...c-one-(custom)



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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home View Post
    Pretty sure the rail pictured would not need notched:
    Id rather notch the one I have than use that ugly thing.

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