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    whats better minimag or 68automag

    which is better and why (sorry for the typo)
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    there the same except micromags take cocker barrels

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    automags have stainless bodies,micro's have aluminum(i think).....cocker barrels have already been mentioned,um...micro has milling,and different ball detent.(automags have nubbins,micros have cocker detents),automag is way better,b/c PTP blows.imo

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    Minimags and automags are essentially the same. The differences are the minimag had 4 stars instead of 3 on the valve. All the stars represent is how many times you can send it to AGD for repair. The minimag also has a vertical bottle adapter, and a longer somewhat milled body. I personally prefer how the minimag looks.

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    question... if the minimag and automag are basically the same why is there a resonably big price difference? just wondering

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    I dont know the exact reason. I'm assuming its because there is more stainless steel in the body, comes with a steel braided air hose with quick disconnect, vertical adapter, and the extra star on the valve. The price isnt bad though, if you look around you can find a new one for $309.

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    I forgot, it also comes with an 8" barell

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