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    My Adventure into Automags

    Started playing in '97, got a spyder xstra, then an 01 Very feed autococker (automag lost out). After a long hiatus (HS and college), finally had money and bought a lot of yesteryear gear... SP Impulse (x2), then an SP Epiphany, and finally an PE Etek. Solonoid went out and that was it for me with electronic markers. Now for the journey.

    Started with an Hawaiin ULE and as some of you know how those arrived...but this is a good story.

    Made some changes...picked up an emag valve.


    Prior to sending it to Luke's


    After Luke's


    Off to the Anodizer


    And back



    Mag #2 (sold the pnue frame...kinda regret it)



    With misc parts...


    Most recent (for now)...




    That is all for now.

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    You are officially addicted. Welcome to my world. Best guns ever made.
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    Quite a journey.
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    RT Classic, lvl10, valve# RT00099, Eclipse splash...homebrew ULEd by previous owner.
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    They are multiplying .



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    Did you sell that blue one with the emag pack on it? I think I have the rail and pack setup. If it is thats kinda cool to know where it came from.
    Last edited by boomer89; 08-16-2017 at 08:03 AM.

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    he sold it to me and then i sold it.

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    Cool. Thought it was a milled tac one rail but was never sure. Want to make another one shortly.

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    Yes, it was mine. It started out as a tac one rail off of a Hawaii ULE. It was milled by Luke and it is a Flairback mill pattern.

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