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Thread: West CL: Automag w/ some kind of air through frame?

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    West CL: Automag w/ some kind of air through frame?

    NOT MINE just posting what i see

    What is this??
    https://klamath.craigslist.org/spo/d...893699028.html

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    Very cool frame. I wonder how it channels the air around the valve screw.

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    I just bought this! Lol My friend in Kfalls is picking it up now


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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyW View Post
    I just bought this! Lol My friend in Kfalls is picking it up now


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    Please hit me up or let AO know when you get it. I'd like lots more photos of that frame, inside and out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xyxyll View Post
    Please hit me up or let AO know when you get it. I'd like lots more photos of that frame, inside and out.
    No problem Iíll dig into in a couple days


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    id also like to see some details!

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    I belive it was this frame correct?
    https://www.google.com/amp/s/paintba...ers-vm68s/amp/

    Pretty glad Bacci is around to catalogue stuff like this

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    Itís a Euro elite 45 frame. They arenít very common. I guess the idea was C02 expansion in the grip frame via warm hands. The trigger had a pressure return spring on top.


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    Thats really cool! The air lines look a bit busy though. Couldnt you just go from the grip to the valve?
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    That is a really old grip. I want to say early to mid 90s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xazhe View Post
    Thats really cool! The air lines look a bit busy though. Couldnt you just go from the grip to the valve?
    Yes they are & im going to completely revamp them and go from frame into valve.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wetwrks View Post
    That is a really old grip. I want to say early to mid 90s.
    I was thinking it had to be from the 90ís


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    Quote Originally Posted by alpha_q_up23 View Post
    I belive it was this frame correct?
    https://www.google.com/amp/s/paintba...ers-vm68s/amp/
    Yep, that links you to all the info Bacci & Bunny uncovered. Synopsis: designed in the early '90s by "Jeff" and Desert Fox Paintball Supplies (Danny Love, Vu Hoang, Mark Gong) in Northern California, made and sold in Texas by Pressure Points, and merely distributed in the UK by John Sosta's Powerpulse Products. Available in Expansion Grip and front-output bottomline ASA configurations for the Automag, Autococker and VM68.

    Quite an uncommon frame and great grab! I myself gotta decide whether to ano my black one or leave it be...
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    Walking Stick thanks for the history lesson!!! I am going to build something cool around the frame.

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