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    Project Pneumag Marker

    Too many projects and want to part with this before it gets any further. X-Valve, hasn't been aired up in a while but was working with no issue the last time it was. I believe I have all the extra carriers etc. There's nothing under the grips as far as pneumatics, is T-Rex drop in ready. Rail is a modified Emag rail and has been ULE milled by Luke and has channels for airlines as well. Any questions, please feel free to ask. Looking for $625 shipped. If there is no interest in the marker as a whole I will part it.





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    Man I can't wait to see that completed.

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    Wishing I had the cash right now....
    Interested in a trade?


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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    Man I can't wait to see that completed.
    Me too, wish I was the one doing it but need funds for wife’s 40th birthday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cvan_550 View Post
    Wishing I had the cash right now....
    Interested in a trade?


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    Need the cash or else I’d probably keep it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audioSLAVE View Post
    Need the cash or else Iíd probably keep it.
    Fair enough


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    That body needs to me machined to match the rail..

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    That body needs to me machined to match the rail..
    I originally had an XMT RT Classic body on this build but that ended up on the Fett Mag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audioSLAVE View Post
    Me too, wish I was the one doing it but need funds for wife’s 40th birthday.
    Yikes. Someone wants to get murdered, going around blurting out his woman's age

    GLWS, I was excited also to see what would become of this one.

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    I found the file used to machine your rail, it could be used to machine the ule body to match.
    I digging the look, I hope someone finishes it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by luke View Post
    I found the file used to machine your rail, it could be used to machine the ule body to match.
    I digging the look, I hope someone finishes it!

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    Don’t make me change my mind, lol. I’m surprised you never did an LPRFG rail the same length as this to get rid of gap between grip and frame. I’ve never been a fan of the rt length rail and the giant gap, makes any sort of grip look like an after thought especially bike grips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobsterboy View Post
    Yikes. Someone wants to get murdered, going around blurting out his woman's age

    GLWS, I was excited also to see what would become of this one.

    I don’t think I have to worry about her coming here, lol. If I don’t do something big for her birthday I definitely will get murdered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audioSLAVE View Post
    Iím surprised you never did an LPRFG rail the same length as this to get rid of gap between grip and frame. Iíve never been a fan of the rt length rail and the giant gap, makes any sort of grip look like an after thought especially bike grips.
    Problem is all my LPR-FG's were all different sizes. I normally do both 8 and 9.1" rails because there's plenty of customers for both. That said I've always done custom rails to fit spesific parts but little to none ever get posted on the forums.
    The Deflator body length was designed to fit the LPR-FG so I do get where you're coming from, there's just to many variables to cover all the bases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by audioSLAVE View Post
    Don’t make me change my mind, lol.
    I'm not spamming you for work I just really like the build. I've never been a fan of the AGD site rails but in this configuration it works well. Top this off with a matching body to rail length, short barrel, pneumag blade trigger, t-rex and some custom ano and you have a winner in my book.

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    I know youíre not spamming me for work, lol. I never realized that the foregrips varied in size, I did like the fact you took the foregrip gap into consideration when you made the deflator bodies, looks so much better.
    Original build:

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    I do like that but I'm loving the compact look with the short body more.

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    You need on of these Doc barrels on the short body

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