Q: What is the difference between the Minimag and the Automag?
A: The automag has a short body in either standard feed, powerfeed, or the rare and no longer produced vertical feed. The "68 Classic Automag" has a 1 star valve. It comes alone with stock grips, body rail, body and valve (unless it is built up, like the popular TKO package). The standard feed and the powerfeed automag both weigh 1.8 pounds, and is 8.5 inches in length. It is available in either hopper left or hopper right models.
The minimag has holes cut out of the front of the body to give it the "assault weapon cooling" look. The minimag body is not available in standard feed. It is 13.5 inches in length, and weighs a bit more at 2.65 pounds (complete). The minimag valve is the same as the automag valve, only it has "minimag" printed on the valve and 4 repair stars instead of 1. The minimag also comes with a vertical adapter, stainless steel hose, quick disconnect and an 8 inch aluminum barrel.
Both bodies are available in standard grey finish (blast), black teflon, and hand polished stainless steel finish.
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Last edited by Vaypourus : 05-29-2002 at 12:46 PM.