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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $479

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Comes with:
RPG Recon Rail - A 2.2 oz. savings over last years rail
RPG Sub-Zero Feedneck
RPG Gas-Thru Foregrip
Aluminum 90* Fittings

Level 10 & ULE Trigger come tuned!

Marker Includes:
AGD Bright Black ULE Body w/RPG Sub-Zero Feedneck
AGD Bright Black XValve w/Level 10 Bolt Kit
RPG Gloss Black Recon Rail
AGD Bright Black Intelliframe
AGD Gloss Black Pro Blade Trigger or Double Trigger
AGD ULE Trigger Pull Kit
AGD Bright Black Vert ASA
RPG Gas-Thru Foregrip
13" Black Shrink-Wrapped Stainless Hose
90 Degree Black Aluminum Fittings
AGD Bright Black Bottomline

Also Includes:
AGD Warranty
1/8" Allen Key
AGD Autolube
Level 10 Installation CD
Product Availability 
The The Mag Smith RPG Paradigm Pro is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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hoplite_guy1 Sunday, November 19th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Tippmann 98C and A5
Various Piranhas and Spyders
Palmer Nasty Typhoon
Classic Automag

Marker Setup: RPG Paradigm Pro
J & J barrel 14"
68/4500 Nitroduck X-stream
CP Drop and On/Off ASA
Vents Avatar-Black
Barrel-It does not come with one
On/Off ASA, a drop forward(if wanted), or maybe a remote line/stock combo for woodsball players
Strengths: Consistent
Fast for a Mechanical Marker
Quality feel, looks, and design
Made in USA
Weaknesses: Level 10 tuning may be required (see below)
Review: Overall I was very impressed with this marker. redesigned it for 2006 and improved several things. They added a RPG Sub-Zero Clamping Feedneck, RPG Foregrip, and a RPG Recon Rail which is lighter than the previous Sleeper Rail. They had already removed the unsightly(in my opinion)stock rails and given it a sleek look. The finish is excellent and's parts are better anodized than the parts made by Air Gun Designs. The performance was the best I have ever seen. My experience with high-end markers is limited, but this marker performed as well as or better than a stock Bushmaster B2K4. The price is a little high, but you do get what you pay for. The quality of all the parts is superb. The one problem I had was that the Level 10 anti-chop bolt was not properly tuned by, and I had a problem with bolt stick. The addition of a shim quickly resolved the problem. I think the gun had broken in and come out of tune when I gassed it up. It works great now, but I may try to make the Level 10 softer now by retuning it. So far I love the way it feels and shoots, but I can not walk it without short stroking it. Even without walking it, I can shoot it as fast(or almost) as my eforce Piranha or my friend's (broken) Bushmaster. I will update this review after I have more information.

Edit: After first game with it
I have played my first game with the marker. It was simply amazing. It was invigorating. The marker performed flawlessly and felt good in my hands. It is a huge improvement over the Piranha SRT that I used to play with. It just felt more natural to play with. Its performance on the field was excellent as well. It was far more consistent than the other markers there(the only other high-end marker was a phantom however) and shot well even with paint that was too small for the barrel kit. I hope to use it again soon.
Conclusion: I highly recommend this to anyone who whats an automag or a mechanical gun.The stripped down version (Paradigm Classic 06-it is alot like the original Paradigm Pro seen in the pictures above) is the best deal for a mag out there. I give it a 10, because, for me, it is perfect.
10 out of 10
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Don Carnage Thursday, March 1st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
Tippmanns. Spyders. Ion. Cockers. Classic Automags.
Marker Setup: Paradigm Pro Automag w/ Custom Products Razor drop and on/off ASA, Viper-blade trigger, and Lapco Snapshot
You just need a barrel. Everything else is preference of cosmetic.
Strengths: No Recoil.
Super-light trigger pull.
Fast ROF.
Level 10 bolt
Dead sexy.
Weaknesses: You must be willing to tinker with it.

Only comes in black.
Review: So after discovering Automags and falling in love with them, I put away the A-5 forever and wen't shopping. After looking at the AGD website I decided that it would cost me several hundred more to buy a ULE Custom and upgrade it to a Paradigm Pro than it would to just go the The Mag Smith and buy one direct. So I did.

The first thing that happened was I got an email form their customer service. When ordering, I had also ordered an o-ring kit for a Classic Automag. I bought it for a friend of mine. The guy at wanted to be sure I wasn't going to get something I didn't want. I assured him I did want the kit, but was blown away how thorough they were. He also mentioned I ordered a CP ASA but no drop forward. I told him I already had a drop forward, and thanked him again for making sure I hadn't forgotten it.

Once I got it, I found it to be the best gun I've ever shot hands down. It's blazing fast, very quiet, and looks so nice I get a lot of people asking about it.

The only draw to it is that you must be the type of player who likes to tinker with their gun. If you just want to have a gun that you don't know how to disassemble, then this isn't for you. If you like to know your gun inside and out and have no qualms learning how it works, then the Paradigm Pro or any other X-valve Mag is the gun for you.
Conclusion: The Paradigm Pro is by far the best mechanical gun I've ever shot. Every feature you could ever want in a high end marker is on it. The Reg is top notch. The bolt is the best out there. The trigger pull is short and light (comparable to many electro's I've used).
10 out of 10
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