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    The TUNAMAX!

    All ULE EMAX (custom from Tunaman)

    ULE Body
    ULE X-Valve
    ULE Frame
    ULE Rail

    Custom anodized GLOSS black.

    Tuna logo!

    Precision assembled, tunned, and blessed by Tunaman.

    Contact Tunaman for pricing.

    Here's a short video of Tunamax in Hybrid Mode and E-Mode...



    New Video link: Tunamax.wmv (link broken... need someone to host, please PM me)



    (thanks Skoad for hosting)

    I'm still used to my Timmy trigger setup and feel, so my trigger walking on the Tunamax is a little out of synch... it's definately different and takes a little getting used to.

    Related link here: http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...threadid=97105
    Last edited by Jack & Coke; 03-22-2004 at 12:37 PM.

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    *edit* fixed the battery pack
    Last edited by Jack & Coke; 09-01-2003 at 03:05 AM.

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    ...now my GZ Clammy has a friend to play with

    http://www.automags.org/forums/showt...ight=GZ+clammy

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    Have a great (and safe) weekend! Cya Sunday night

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    That thing is so sick I think I'm going to puke.
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    That is very nice JC. That is the same rail I want on my Chord E-Mag, whom did you purchase it from?

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    you take such good pics. they look like toys or something.


    freakin awesome

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    That gun would look badass with the dallara body and rail.

    real sleek though...

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    im glad the name tunamax stuck with this gun its catchy and unique

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    I never have been a fan of stubby tanks and how they look, but other than that, it's the nicest ULE-Mag I've seen.

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    Very Very Nice................... now if only in Red..... muuhahahaha....

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    I still see no Ule tank
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    is that a 16 inch cp tip?

    anyway....wheres the walking the trigger video!!!!


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    yes..he needs to come out to SC this weekend with all the SoCal AO folks and represent...

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    Holy crud I need some time to myself!! Thats a very nice marker..althoughhhh....a CNC Battery Pack would make it a TOTALLY ULE Emag, lol. Bery nice though, oh and also, hows the weight compared to the GZ? Get vids of both of them firing! You know you wanna!
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    my eyes playing games?? is that a TUNAVALVE?!?!

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    Look nice, nice ideed
    Or better yet, why don't you kill yourself. No, really, die. Drop dead, don't leave a note, in fact burn your house while your little ego is stuck in a bench vice so that you'll also incenerate yourslef and everything you own with it. Because that's all you're worth. You're not even wirh thte time it'll take for the house to burn down, so just kill yourself. You're a waste of space. You are nothing, you always will be nothing. Don't leave a note, you're not worth the ink. - Tyger

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    SO EXTreMELY NICE!! My thoughts on next gun were just swayed (again...)

    Now, for the all important, and unanswered question (in both threads). How much that cost you
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    The battery pack is angled in the flat profile picture. Is that intentional? If so, how's it done?
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    i noticed that too, but if you examine the pics closely, it appears that's the way the batt. pack sits. could there be such a flaw in this glorious mag? an answer when he returns!

    nice setup man. i've been waiting to see a true all-ule mag. im so close to the same thing as far as genuity goes for the ule-ness, but all i need is a body.

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    I'm pretty sure he doesn't have the battery pack screw tightened. Once tightened it straightens it out, but without it tight it has a bit of wobble in it and probably enough to make it look that way.

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    Originally posted by BlackVCG
    I'm pretty sure he doesn't have the battery pack screw tightened. Once tightened it straightens it out, but without it tight it has a bit of wobble in it and probably enough to make it look that way.
    Well if thats the case, I call him a slacker. How can you show off your pimp gun, with nice pics, and not even tighten everything down. Minus 5 points.

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    couldn't you put a small spacer in there to tilt it the way you want?

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    Maybe he missed the dove tail when he slid the battery on. Only that picture has it like that. My emag battery wiggles unless i tighten it down so hard that it surely isnt good for it. Then it still wiggles a little.
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    What kind of finish is that? It almost looks like a black teflon body finish. Very nice Emag you got there!

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    im still asking if thats a TunaValve. :o

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    Originally posted by dinger
    im still asking if thats a TunaValve. :o

    Yes it is.

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