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  1. #121
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    I hope to read more from minds like that.

    "The wise man is he who constantly wonders afresh."
    -A.G.

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    Untermag -- I like it.
    Last edited by 11 Bravo; 10-21-2005 at 09:18 PM.

  3. #123
    Sign me up, i'm all for educating others, even though some of them won't accept facts. Also, i've loved mags for a long time, and i know german so i actually got the name (even though it's not hard to figure out). Also, for those who said this should be an exclusive thing, i believe you are missing a vital detail about the creed. "The points on the red star represent all of the players that do not understand our creed. The points flow into the stars center showing that all are welcome to work with us in seeking to understand the truth. The red color represents that we are active in our communications with others both inside and outside the Revolution." Basically it says to be accepting, and to accept all. Also, this isn't a cult, it's a movement.

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    I am all for it....

    “chuff chuff”


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    Still chuffing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider-TW
    Still chuffing.
    Really? Buy a Halo! Solved it for me! Lol.

    We really are a cult, aren't we?

    Chuff, chuff!
    Autocockers are the greatest markers ever made.
    ~The greatest BACKUP markers to AUTOMAGS!!

    Only temporary, get'n a new sig soon.

  7. #127
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    cult

    souds like a cult to me. lol

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    under ground in the uk

    Quote Originally Posted by nathanjones008
    souds like a cult to me. lol
    Talk about last post.
    Just to say that mags still have a very big under ground movement in the uk.
    And i keep the movement alive and well.


    Gommies mag thread @ walkonzone.com

    Nearly 20 years a mag owner and still going.

    UP THE REDS

  9. #129
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    Thumbs up "will have to pry my Chuffin' Chuffer(S) from my cold dead fingers!"

    I have this as a new screenname, I couldn't get my old one to post anything..
    so I've been on AO since 06 (not too long) but I've owned my two mags for 10 & 15 years
    classic 15 my RT 15.. kept them from Chuf to Chuff, and to another Chuff
    before the lvl X.. still chuffed the crap out of things!! loyal to mags to the end of my paintball career (thats when I quit being able to pull the trigger due to being dead)

    still chuffin in 08, wont stop..cant stop..

    They can pry my Chuffin' chuffers from my Cold dead Chuffin fingers

    Chuff Chuff,
    Matt
    Last edited by MagModderMatt; 06-29-2008 at 05:01 AM. Reason: because I can

  10. #130
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    Six Mags and still Chuffing!!!!

    To all of you out there Chuff Chuff


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    Chuff! Cuff!

    this shouldn't die
    Last edited by Epic_Scotsman; 07-14-2008 at 08:33 PM.

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    Just in case some are looking for justification for continuing to own and operate THE premier paintball marker...

    Saturday June 14,2008, during the Oklahoma D-Day main event, I shoot just short of three (3) CASES (That's almost 6000 rounds, for you folks from Rio Linda), WITHOUT A SINGLE BROKEN BALL!!!!
    That figured out to several HUNDRED eliminated ALLIES with just my TAC-ONE RT!!


    CHUFF! freakin CHUFF!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Silverback
    Just in case some are looking for justification for continuing to own and operate THE premier paintball marker...

    Saturday June 14,2008, during the Oklahoma D-Day main event, I shoot just short of three (3) CASES (That's almost 6000 rounds, for you folks from Rio Linda), WITHOUT A SINGLE BROKEN BALL!!!!
    That figured out to several HUNDRED eliminated ALLIES with just my TAC-ONE RT!!


    CHUFF! freakin CHUFF!


    That's Chuffin' sweet Silver,

    'Chuff Chuff' on...

  14. #134
    I started playing the game with an automag 68 custom with an expansion chamber...
    Back when the automags and the cockers were at each other throats.

    I was 11.
    I had no idea how big the automag world was.

    I never played anywhere but Texas Paintball in Austin, Tx from '96-'00
    That paintball venue was so low key and exclusive.

    It kept me from taking a bigger view at the world of AGD.
    Then I stopped playing in 2000. I moved and there were no places to play around me in Washington DC and none of my new friends cared for paintball.


    But as of a week ago, I am back.
    I walked into a paintball store here in Tucson and was appalled at what I saw. Kids my age, kids younger than me... never even heard of an Emag or a Minimag.

    I drove all over Tucson asking if anyone could help me relearn my automag. The techies all told me the same thing: "You'll have to talk with our owner... only he knows anything about anything to do with mech guns."

    The owners? Only two people in Tucson I could find who would talk mech guns with me?
    COCKER-BOYS!

    I was immediately getting trash-talked and told they couldn't help me if it wasn't closed-bolt.

    Well let me tell all of you.
    I didn't give up.

    I've been talking with Dark Blade for the past week.
    He has been re-teaching me everything I knew and need, nay, MUST know again.

    My mag is coming back. And with the newly purchased Emag-Lowers, X-valve Lvl 10, and HPA tank, it is coming back with a vengeance... A new burst of energy and excitement that I haven't seen in a decade.

    This, my friends, is the re-birth of the Angel-Killer that terrified anyone who knew anything back in the day when people paid 1000 bucks to have what a $140 Ion can do today.

    My friends have Ions and other Electric guns. They tell me I'm crazy for putting the money into this old '69 chevelle SS. But they do not know what is coming. They are unfortunate in the lack of experience from what the game held and meant fifteen years ago.

    They will soon learn what their ancestors feared. A world they never knew existed is coming back...

    Das Untermag will reemerge victorious on the battlefields of Tucson once again and prove to the already drying paintball community why it has refused to falter in the wake of Ego's and Bob Long's.

    Das Untermag Lives On.



    I will be creating a thread which tracks the JTWUSAF-Dark Blade Joint Project: Rustymag to Emag, The Chronicles of the Long-Lost Hero.



    -Jason

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    That's chuffin sweet JT, let em have it. I too will emerge on the tourney battlefield later this month, some 13 years later, with my chuffer in hand !!

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    Just a few quotes from my more recent forays with my 'mag:

    "What kind of Ion shell is -that-, Dad?" (between two players in the dead zone when I came off the field)

    "Where do the batteries go in that thing?"

    "Dude, run, that's the guy with the automag!" - me as a young player in 1997, part of the reason I bought one when I could afford it in 2004.

    "Why do you insist on using that thing.... %#$%!" - my seapup in the Navy, who's secondhand cocker decided to drop another part on the ground at a very convenient moment.

    "My Shocker's a lot faster than your overpriced 'mag." to which I responded, "Yeah, but at least my 'mag isn't rusting apart."

    And, perhaps this is digressing, but since when am I old enough, at 28, that the guy behind the counter at the local paintball shop has to call his boss to find out what in the world a "BigShot" barrel is, and then offers me $5 for a used, new condition cocker-threaded one, because "no one with an autococker is going to buy a cheap no-name barrel"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clockwork_Orange
    Viva Tom, viva la creed and viva la Revolution!!!
    Fix'd

    I love it... im going to get the emblem tattoed on my project

















    chuf chuff

  18. #138
    Quote Originally Posted by TaCticulMerderer18
    Fix'd

    I love it... im going to get the emblem tattoed on my project
    chuf chuff
    what emblem would that be? the chuff chuff emblem?

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    I redid the emblem from the discription in the creed, then did it in a subdued patch jpeg. Here it is for all to use.


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    that one, without the words....

    and shouldnt "The" be "Das"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaCticulMerderer18
    that one, without the words....

    and shouldnt "The" be "Das"?
    yup, sure should be...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaCticulMerderer18
    that one, without the words....

    and shouldnt "The" be "Das"?
    EVERYBODIES A CRITIC..... But good point


    How's this?

    AND BY REQUEST...
    Last edited by Silverback; 06-06-2009 at 01:05 AM.

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    did i request that? oh.. either way very nice...

  24. #144
    Quote Originally Posted by TaCticulMerderer18
    did i request that? oh.. either way very nice...
    That will look nice on the new mag you just built
    Now to find a home on there for it...

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    im thinking scorpion on one side and that on the other right behind the detents

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    chuff chuff

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    bump n chuff!

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