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Thread: *Official Automag Pictures*

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    ok IM sorry I will fix it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy Sandbag
    Finally got myself a Mag. Hope you like:



    Man, that looks sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogueFactor
    Man, that looks sweet.

    indeed it dose

    god you make me want to get a mag

    ~my e-mag~

    ~ule frame~
    ~ule rail~
    ~x-valve~
    ~3.2 software~
    ~polished no-rise body~
    ~black 10" freak kit~
    ~smoke halo b~
    ~Fl05283 68 3000 flatline~

    "Let them eat war [x2]
    That's how to ration the poor
    Let them eat war [x2]

    There's an urgent need to feed"

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    version with rt gripstyx frame and dye ss ... ill be trading off the grip styx frame soon ...
    and the super tight setup inspired by ...lineargoose ... pistol sized ... i can see a spring feed and a 3.5oz on that in the future

    Last edited by turbo chicken; 01-30-2007 at 10:52 PM.

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    dm5 frame
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    black ule
    xvalve
    ans jackhammer lpr dye
    gas through
    ule rail
    dye ul
    ccm feedneck
    kapp on/off

    awaiting eyes for the beast

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    Warp Left tac one body
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    Grip Styx frame
    Custom made foregrip
    14in Stiffi
    Custom made machine gun shroud
    Micro CA-II
    Red/Green dot w/ 5 brightness settings for each
    PPS Sideline Stab


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    The second unveiling of the Q-Mag. Now with 100% more Pneumatics.





    AO Mid-Atlantic Part Duece.

    Come on Powerlyte!

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    68 classic

    Every things upgraded
    heres my air tank- 3000 psi

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    xmag pride


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    Quote Originally Posted by where am i?
    xmag pride


    Cool Wood grips. Where did you score those from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demonio
    Cool Wood grips. Where did you score those from?
    He makes them lol.

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    I thought that was Krugers xmag ? I guess he sold it huh? Kruger makes wood grips for folks like me does some good work from what I've seen/heard and will know firsthand as soon as I get mine from him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gus13
    I thought that was Krugers xmag ? I guess he sold it huh? Kruger makes wood grips for folks like me does some good work from what I've seen/heard and will know firsthand as soon as I get mine from him.
    and guess who get's to shoot where am i?'s/(formerley KRUGER's) XMAG on saturday...




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    my mag

    http://www.rawbutter.com/images/twister1.JPG

    http://www.rawbutter.com/images/twister2.JPG

    68 classic (stock)
    DYE boomstick
    40mm Red/Green Dot sight
    custom foregrip, stock, and rail (wood, PVC, and a steel rail I bent myself)

    She's ugly, but she's well balanced, light, and so comfortable to shoulder.

    I call her Twister because she always throws curveballs... slightly to the right. It's probably the barrel, but I kinda like it that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gus13
    I thought that was Krugers xmag ? I guess he sold it huh? Kruger makes wood grips for folks like me does some good work from what I've seen/heard and will know firsthand as soon as I get mine from him.
    Oh I thought it was Kruger's still. Didn't see the name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by where am i?
    xmag pride

    Pride in a gun you didn't put together?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawbutter
    http://www.rawbutter.com/images/twister1.JPG

    http://www.rawbutter.com/images/twister2.JPG

    68 classic (stock)
    DYE boomstick
    40mm Red/Green Dot sight
    custom foregrip, stock, and rail (wood, PVC, and a steel rail I bent myself)

    She's ugly, but she's well balanced, light, and so comfortable to shoulder.

    I call her Twister because she always throws curveballs... slightly to the right. It's probably the barrel, but I kinda like it that way.
    that actually looks pretty cool! ungainly and odd but pretty cool!
    Quote Originally Posted by Empyreal Rogue
    Pride in a gun you didn't put together?
    well yah, its an xmag. but I agree taking pride in someone elses efforts is rather......dumb........ but oh well.

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    Robnix... very original, creative, and unique. I like.

    But I MUST ask.... what's written on the side of the battery housing? You gave us a tease... You have to show us the whole thing now that you've gotten our interest peaked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawbutter
    Robnix... very original, creative, and unique. I like.

    But I MUST ask.... what's written on the side of the battery housing? You gave us a tease... You have to show us the whole thing now that you've gotten our interest peaked.
    The Kingdome Rule, Est. 1989:

    Obvious inability of the offense to hear team signals because of crowd noise. When
    such situations prevail, the following procedures must be followed:
    (a) If the quarterback (or other signal-caller) of the offensive team indicates to the
    Referee that his teammates cannot hear his signals, and the Referee deems
    it reasonable to conclude the players on the offense (other than wide re-
    ceivers) cannot hear, the Referee will extend his right arm fully over his head
    to indicate disruptive crowd noise...

    I'll add more pics this weekend if it's sunny outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robnix
    The Kingdome Rule, Est. 1989:

    Obvious inability of the offense to hear team signals because of crowd noise. When
    such situations prevail, the following procedures must be followed:
    (a) If the quarterback (or other signal-caller) of the offensive team indicates to the
    Referee that his teammates cannot hear his signals, and the Referee deems
    it reasonable to conclude the players on the offense (other than wide re-
    ceivers) cannot hear, the Referee will extend his right arm fully over his head
    to indicate disruptive crowd noise...

    I'll add more pics this weekend if it's sunny outside.
    Haha.... Very interesting. Very... random.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawbutter
    Haha.... Very interesting. Very... random.
    The crowd at the Kingdome was so loud that the NFL implemented a crowd noise rule. The crowd at Qwest field where the Seahawks play now was unofficially measured by a fan in the stands at 137db. I wish I could find the picture of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robnix
    The crowd at the Kingdome was so loud that the NFL implemented a crowd noise rule. The crowd at Qwest field where the Seahawks play now was unofficially measured by a fan in the stands at 137db. I wish I could find the picture of that.
    I thought it was a football reference... on a paintball gun. I'm really curious to know why you chose this rule to print on your eMag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawbutter
    I thought it was a football reference... on a paintball gun. I'm really curious to know why you chose this rule to print on your eMag.
    I'm guessing it's because he's a seahawk's fan...hence the color scheme and other graphics

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    Mag projects

    My projects that are started
    FireFighter Mag



    pretty much done just need some macro line and fittings. The Anno I don't know what I want to do there.

    Z body Mag


    Pretty much something I just threw together.

    Don't know yet Mag
    Last edited by Swampy; 02-09-2007 at 02:34 AM.

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    Nice mag love the grips. You on the job somewhere?
    "The Few Who Do Are The Envy Of The Many Who Only Stand And Watch"

    Alway Remember *343*

    Si vis pacem, para bellum

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    Quote Originally Posted by fire1811
    Nice mag love the grips. You on the job somewhere?
    No My brother started it because my father retired last year at 33 years on the department. Truck 430 "Moose" was his first truck that he drove cause he was a farm boy. Back in the day it was my first ride on a fire truck as well. But I did apply for the Town of Delifield to be a driver.

    I don' t remember where he got the grips done, but they are a standard Colt 1911 grips.

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    Very cool
    Its nice to see mags that have a background/history.

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    Here is Mine.

    Special Thanks To CyberAve68 & Tunaman For This Project.

    Specs:
    X-Valve Tuned By Tunaman In Person
    Custom Rail By CyberAve68
    Warp Left AGD Body
    Chimera Frame
    Red Blade Trigger
    Deadlywind 10" Barrel
    Deadlywind CP Grip
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