AGD 68 Automag with blade intelliframe, ULE body, Dead on mini drop with on/off, crossfire nitrogen with dye tank cover, 12v revy
Weight, looks, ball detents, 'cocker threaded, and more.
Price, 'cocker threaded (see below)
Weight-The weight is incredible. This body is extremely light in every sense. It virtually feels like nothing. I believe it is half the weith of the original stock body as well.
Looks- This body is extremely amazing. The looks of the milling and the annodizing is almost present throughout the whole body. They even annoed the inside of the body as well.
Ball Detents- They are angel threaded making it easy to replaced if you want the cobra or any other kind of angel ball detent avalible. It also has helped keeping the ball in place if you get the later not earlier style bodies which had a o-ring problem i believe.
Barrel- Autococker barrel threads are with the body so you can pick up the cocker barrel which tends to be more popular in online stores.
Quality- The body's quality is very nice. It has great craftsmenship throughtout and is a solid product by AGD. You can always trust AGD.
Price- This body does cost 150 bucks so that is a downfall.
Barrel- Having to change the barrel threads adds additional costs onto this product. I mean if you owned the 'mag before you bought this you probably had to have a barrel but now you have to get a new one.
Overall if you have the money i highly recommend this. Be careful though it can be very pricey, i give it a 9