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paint magnet Monday, December 1st, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
Other Automag mainbodies
Marker Setup: ULE bodied, Xvalved (& LX of course), Intelliframed RTPro w/ 12" Boomstick , DataPimp drop and Mac Dev 68/45 Max Attack, HALO B

.68 Automag, lvl 7
Benchmark 2x frame
PMI 68/3k steel
Crown Point barrel
Strengths: Extremely light, quality anno and milling, cocker threads, angel detents and feed tube threads
Weaknesses: The price... when you consider that its basically a tube. But still, its worth it.
Review: Although the stainless steel mainbodies aren't that heavy, if you want to take weight off your mag then this is one of the best upgrades around. You can have a milled and anodized marker body for the same price as a unmilled raw Sluggo body from AGD. It also takes cocker barrels, which is good for people that own more than one marker since barrels are a lot easier to find. Adjustable feed tube height, by swapping feed necks. Available in colors, looks cool. And you can take off the barrel without all the balls in your hopper pouring out the front of your gun, as the ball detent is now seperate from the barrel.
Conclusion: Get it if you want a different color mag, are looking to take weight off your gun, need cocker threads or just don't want to have to fool around with Twist Lock barrels (I love em but some people never get used to them). The only thing you should do to this if you get it is to get a different feed tube if the stock one doesn't suit your taste.
10 out of 10

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