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Number of Reviews: 50
Average Rating: 9.5 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $399

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The RT ULE represents the state-of-the art in mechanical markers for serious players who need to get to the field and play hard with no hassles. It features the world-renowned RT valve system, which recharges faster than any human can pull the trigger (26 times a second). The valve system is so tough most players just shoot oil through the system once a month for maintenance.


The new all aluminum ULE Mainbody, part of the UltraLight Engineering (ULE) series of parts from AGD, is available in vertical and Warp Feed varieties. By going with aluminum, we've created some exciting new changes that knowledgeable players will appreciate.


54% Weight Savings - By moving to aluminum, we achieve an astonishing 54% weight savings in comparison to the stainless steel vertical feed mainbody.


A Variety of Colors - ULE Mainbodies are available in Black, Red, Pewter (Dark Gray), Dark Purple, Dark Blue, Ice, Dark Green, and Polished Nickel finishes.


Threaded Vertical Feed Neck & Ball Detent-The ULE Mainbodys vertical feed neck & ball detents are Angel threaded, allowing you to select from a wide variety of aftermarket accessories to personalize your AGD marker. Please note that the Slug Body does not come with a feed neck, see complete description of this item here


Threaded Barrels - The ULE Mainbody utilizes one of the most popular barrel interfaces in the industry, Autococker" threading.


The sight rail and front grip mount come in high contrast brushed stainless and will never rust. The valve connects to the bottom line adapter with a high quality stainless braided hose. The stock two-piece barrel is custom manufactured for Airgun Designs by one of the most respected barrel manufacturers out there - J&J Performance.


Intelliframe and Y-Frame: The double trigger, fully machined aluminum frame features DYE Sticky grips, an optional Blade Trigger and the ablity to run your hopper or Warp Feed every time you pull the trigger! This is the first mechanical marker to give you intellifeed capablity right off the shelf. See our picture story here to get all the details on hooking it up.


The marker comes ready to go right out of the box. All you need is a compressed air system - screw it in and you're ready to shoot. The high performance valve only works off compressed air - CO2 is not allowed in this system. We highly recommend a motorized hopper like a HALO or Revolution/Warpfeed to feed this beast!

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kaziechameleon Wednesday, October 19th, 2005
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Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
ION's, autocockers, Tippmans(A5,98, procarbine), impulses, omens.
Marker Setup: A5, flatline/stock barrel, ACI Sub-Zero 6 Stage Expansion Chamber, smart parts drop forward, and ASA with on off valve, Lapco A-5 Offset Sight Mount, 15mm rifle scope, universal grip t stock, and double trigger. (i strip all the woods ball stuff off for speed ball games and tourneys.)
Pro carbine:tippmann expansion chamber, 21 inch true fligh(i have to take the four inch back off, it doesn't fit under the rifle grip), revy loader/the revy loader was about 6 years old and just broke on me the board got all coroaded and broke.

AutoMag ULE Custom, blue, with Ygrip, 2 inch drop forward, stock gas through grip, 98 autococker barrel(for now the switch kit is in the mail) macro line. and soon to arrive is a EVO II
Recommended
Upgrades:
Electric hopper, Compressed air is required, not an upgrade, and a good barrel.
Strengths: No recoil
light
small
rof
adjustable rate of fire
level 10
customizable
Weaknesses: If you need weaknesses:
mistaken identity.
the stock sight is useless.
gas hog,
Review: OK , i just recieved mine in the mail two days ago, these are my first impressions. I ordered this marker on a wednesday evening, and it arrived on a friday morning, wow, and shipping was only 5 dollars. ok, i soon realized upon opening the box that i had the wrong body, and after checking the reciept i saw that in my haste i had indead selected the warp feed left body, nuts. i call AGD, and they say send it back it's not a problem, so i do, and while it's there i have them throw the intelli grip on for good messure. a week later i reappers on my door step. now i can test it out, so i throw a air tank on there and take a few shots, firstly i must say that the three first things to hit me were the fact that the trigger pull is phenomenally small, especially for a mech marker, and the reciol is practically none, and the marker, with a unported stainless steel barrel was still very quite. this marker has such little recoil, i must say is fires as smooth as a autococker(when the autococker is working fine). wow, and people say that open bolt markers have too much kick. the trigger pull is like that of a magnetic return electric trigger, it is very crisp, but light, once you initiate the trigger pull, it practically pulls its self, and it recocs it's self like a response, not with enough umph to allow the same automatic fire, but enough that if your finger is in the way the marker won't missfire. now for technical stuff

ok so how does this marker work, it is a open bolt, meaning that when cocked the bolt chamber, or breach, or what ever you want to call it is open, and when you fire the bolt moves forward cealing teh breach, and pushing the paintball into the back of the barrel, then the compressed air makes it's way through the bolt to hit the paintball and propel it out the barrel. there are a number of fundemental differences between this open bolt marker and the rest of them, firstly the bolt it's self is not spring propelled, it is instead air propelled, and instead of pneumatic recocing, the spring (yes there is a spring)pushes the bolt back. so this marker is always charged, nice so if you missfire the bolt doesn't not recoc, a down side, basically the only bad thing i can think of that isn't good about this design is that if your tank gets low, about 1000 psi(opperating pressure is 850) the bolt won't always completely fire, it instead stalls and only moves forward half way, at this point you either disconect and reatach the air , or you remove the hopper and reach a finger down the feed neck to push the bolt back, but even then you might go only ten shots before it happens agian, all told, this is not really a problem to me because alot of guns go funky when the loose pressure, the only anoying thing is that this marker does it prematurely because it's a gass hog, example on the same tank my A5 works to about 600 psi, at wich point it gives me trouble. ok, so how does this marker fire, when you pull the trigger you are activating the valve, directly, rather than indirectly. on a normal open bolt marker there is a hammer, a heavy piece of stainless steal that is held at bay by the sear, when you fire you retract the sear allowing the spring propelled hammer to slide forward and hit the valve pin, releasing the CO2 the CO2 blows out the front and the back of the valve what blows out the front propells the paint ball, and what blows out the back pushes the hammer back to re catch on the sear. the AutoMag has no hammer, on a regular open bolt the recoil is mainly the hammer, and by eliminating the hammer pretty much any recoil is removed. so when you fire you turn the valve witch releases compressed air into the back of the bolt the bolt moves forward until it seals the breach at witch time the gas is the relayed through check valve the gass then hits to ball and propels it out the barrel, the sring then pushes the bolt back into the cocked posision, while the valve represurises, when it is doing this it is pushing the trigger forward, kind of like the gas chamber on a response trigger. yes it will work like a response trigger, but you won't shoot any faster than you would firing it semi so don't bother.this marker can be adjusted though to fire automaticaly and with d bounce in a mechanical fashion by adjusting the operating pressure, the bolt sprins, and the ult(ultra light trigger)kit. i don't know how to specifically but i've read/been told that is is possible by friends and strangers. so if you want a cheater marker for Xball this is the only mech one available. as for chopping balls, the level ten stops that, i mean every marker, yes every marker will chop some time, and this one will to, but the mechanical anti chop system prevents short stroing/missfire chops, and it also prevents chops from missfeads, so yes you could shake and shoot, but that is just such a waste with this marker. this marker is adjustable twards your play style, if you want to really be able to rip on the trigger of this thing you can up the operating pressure, and the trigger becomes much more responsive on top of that it also stabalizes the shot to shot consistency when you are just laying paint. it you are more conservative the lower operating pressure of 750 will allow perfect shot to shot consistency when snap shooting, but you'll suffer some drop off, or velocity inconsistencies during a long string of paint, you could also just leave it in the middle, at 800 psi, and play a little of both. this marker field strips easily only one screw needs to come off and it is a easily worked thumb screw, push forward on the vavle to make the unscrewing easier, loosen the air tank to let off pressure, and release the macro line, and the markers guts come right out, this is basically two parts the x valve, and the level ten, those two then break down into smaller simpler parts(spring, washer...) but that is esentially all you need. this marker is autococker threaded, takes angel feed necks, and ball detents.

opinion:
alot of people will mistake this for a goofy looking ion or shocker, those two markers are a smart parts attempt at steeling the AGD glory and are successful because the consumer doesn't know any better. i'm starting to think smart parts is a curse on the paintball industry pantenting others ideas, and making crap, but o well. the ion is a nice gun(except i met two different guys in one day that had experienced their celenoid melting through their grip frames) but is essentially a less reliable electric auto mag, the ion is about an inch shorter, and 2 pounds lighter, one thing i like about the automag ULE is the costumobility the Y grip i have on mine( i bought it after market because i didn't know it was so nice) allows for some of the tightest play ever, and is really comfortable i have it almost to the way i want it, it's just missing a reverse drop forward(this puts the bottle back by about 1.5 inches, and angles it up at 45 degrees so the bottom of the tank rests on your sholder so you can fire with one hand eiser and fill simotaneously, and at the same time it makes the maker shorter vertically and length wise. but on the same marker you can throw the standard intelli grip, witch i must say is extremely nice also(it came on mine) the intelli take dye grips, as a matter of fact it comes with die grips stock and is very comfortable, you have your choice of blade or double trigger on the intelli frame, as well as on the y frame, you can rig your intelli, or y frame to a revolution loader so the loader spins every trigger pull. there is also no real nead for a reg on this marker, if you really want one you could go that route but the benefit will be marginal, the stock gas through grip is very nice, and you can(with a little inventive thinking)move the grip up down and all around, something alot of people wicomplain about is the hose that comes out of the valve and attaches to the ASA, well it isn't a big problem and doesn't look any worse than autococker pneumatics. you can send that gas line to the gas through grip(stock is just a big coil of stainless steel braided hose that adds to the wait of the gun) but yeah i recommend macro line because you can field strip easier. this marker is the only walkable mechanical marker in production right now, and the stock setup comes fully functional, unlike autocockers wich still don't have antichop bolts stock. i would just like to say that i think this marker is a ideal mid, or front player marker, it is extremely reliable, can play extremely tight, is very light and just a small marker. also if you like tippmann, and want similar reliability, simplicity, but better preformance this is your marker, it is the tippmann of speedball markers. they say that the valve is good for 25 bps, but a video on the level ten disc that comes with the marker shows how this thing rips at 30 bps, of course dry firing, no hoper can match, if you like the premiss, and want it electro there is a emag, check it out. the mech trigger limits the rate of fire though, i can get about 12-15 bps, but i've hear of achieveing 17 with it, if that is too slow, which it shouldn't be, because many tourney limit rof to 17-15 bps, go emag and you can rip up to 30.
i'll update my review soon, hope this is enough for now.

edit/update(ok i've played two full days with this marker and i have some things to say, firstly i love it, secondly i hate bad paint. the first day i got to use it was the grand valley invite for ncpa, it was fun, and my marker never let me down, i was having paint troubles though, my first bag of paint was fine using a die ultralite i was achieving ball on ball accuraccy, but they i switched to my second bag of pmi premium and the barrel started breaking balls, i examined the paint a little closer to realize that atleast every other ball was dented, or swollen, i still didn't chop in the chamber though, i streamed about a thousand rounds through it that day, the following day i went to team practice, at practice i used a mix of four different kinds of premium, stuff i bought this summer, stuff i bought three weeks ago stuff i bought at a scenario game in wisconsin, and stuff leftover from the tourney the day before. every one of these paints was giving me trouble, the stuff from wisconsin was barrel breaking every shot, the stuff from three weeks ago choped every shot and every thing else was wackily inaccurate, i was using a 98 all american. luckily the marker strips and cleans really easy once you learn how two it is such a simple quik process, release the macro and unscrew a thumb screw(assuming the tank isn't on) fire the marker, and then twist the valve to the left a smidge and the whole guts slide out, you can they squigy the internals nice and easy and clean of the bolt. i was altimately frustrated with the paint though and called it a day. i must say though that this marker is so light for a mech and so smooth in its firing motion that snap shooting is made tons easier, also the lighter trigger pull and lack of recoil make running and gunning so simple, i was playing mid/front it was glorious i could just spray a target if need be or snap shoot him. this marker has improved my play vastly even though the paint is holdingme back i had a good number of eliminations with it. i also got giddy and proved the anti chop system to some friends first testing with a squeege then i stuck my finger in ther, yep it works. when i had my A5, i never felt like i could compete on an even playing field, my snap shooting was slower, i couldn't lane, or suppress as well, but this marker as fixed all that. i can play twice as aggressive, lay twice the paint, snap shoot so much better, and run alot faster thanks to the ule tech. i also thought i could shot this thing fast till i met some one at the tourney who wanted to try my marker, he was automag fan, he got a hold of my marker, and out shot the guy next to us who was using his ion, it was glorious, i am no were near to achieving his rof, i think he got 17 bps easy, and he maintained it for a hole hopper i can only reach 14 bps briefly i have yet to master this marker. i am recieving my stiffi switch kit today and well see what happens i'll update this review agian soon.)

update:i have learned alot about my mag, firstly i was breaking good paint for no reason(fresh marbalizers) i call AGD, the say, switch the spring, silly me. i do and still chop a little, i find this was being caused by two consequtive missfires, i would usually do this when i would walk the trigger, i'm not quite as good at walking as i thought i was. so i can still get this thing to stream just not with both fingers. but any way it works wonderfully now, this marker is so accurate, i can lay ball on ball with any decent barrel, i also must coment on the fact that this thing seems to only hog gas when dry fired, if you shoot paint through it, it seems to be much more efficient for some reason. i must also say that the intelli grip trigger pull is less than a e-grip on a tippmann. my brother was gonna go e grip then he opted not to after realizing this fact. today i was in a two on one battle, me versus a high end impulse and a dm5, i won, i love this gun. if you win with mech marker agianst 800-1200 dollar markers you get braging rights, because by the logic of my anti mech teammates a mech marker player shouldn't even be able to shoot them. i have had one major problem with this marker though, i tend to out shoot my hopper quite often and this is very annoying when you stream paint then miss like three shots, i am using a evo II, so i don't know how i manage this but it happens.
Conclusion: if you like mech guns, and have the money get it, if you play speed ball, and need a backup gun get it, if you want a infinitaley relieable marker get it. this is the best mech marker for speed ball, and with the tac one, or longbow setup, or q bow(check special opps. com) it is probably the best woods ball marker two, only challenge being the A5(for woods) it won't beat a timmy, but wait i play agianst timmy and dm crazy people and as i remember i shoot them about as often as they shoot me, so it won't hinder you either. i love this gun.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, November 20th, 2005 at 1:58 pm PST
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mthunder Monday, March 28th, 2005
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Experience:
More than 5 years
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Products Used:
Not sure there is anything quite like this marker.
Marker Setup: Black to blue fade eblade cocker w evo2 loader, empire barrel kit, shocktech mini drop,68 4500 crossfire comp air tank. Blue RT ULE custom w 10" CP chrome barrel.
Recommended
Upgrades:
I took the ugly bracket off the front that mounted the vert asa and lucky for me there is a punch out in the rail for a standard mag vert asa. I realize this isn't really an upgrade per say but I think it's worth doing.
A nice short after market barrel is nice.
Strengths: Light, fast and simple!
Weaknesses: Mine needed a bit of tuning out of the box.
Review: So I decided to get a backup marker to use in case my eblade had problems I couldn't fix and after looking around a bit I decided the RT ule looked like the perfect marker to fit that roll. I used a classic mag for 6 years so I expected something similar and perhaps a bit better from the RT.
After I got it I took the bracket off the front and the so called sight rail of the top, put
a shocktech mini drop and a empire switch on and also replaced the steel hose with a
macro line.
Aired it up and fired it but the ult needed a few shims removed and than it shot fine.
I had heard that the trigger could not be walked on the RT even with the ult but I am pleased that I can walk mine fine. Clocked at 14 BPS at the field=).
Used it a full day of recball and a few speedball games and after that day I put my eblade up for sale. This marker rips!
I couldn't be happier.
Conclusion: Want a super fast pnumatic marker? Buy an rt.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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LAMANTEthePBguy Wednesday, July 7th, 2004
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6 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Classic mags, cockers, the whole lot
Marker Setup: RT ULE Custom
X-Valve w/ LX,Pewter ULE Mainbody, Blade Intelliframe, J&J Two Peice, Rico AK, ACI Bulldog III, Unimount
Recommended
Upgrades:
Nothing. There has AGD's best on it already. I replaced the duckbill with a unimount, but thats preference. I also got a macroline kit because the SS hose is restricting when you remove the valve. I would reccomend getting it with my setup listed above. The ULT is up to you though.
Strengths: Reactive Trigger
Quality
Speed (for a mech)
Lightweight
Comfortable
Anti-chop Bolt
Weaknesses: Not efficient as some markers, but isn't something to worry about.
Not electro speeds.......
Review: Everything is great about this gun. It is extremely light, comfortable, easy to shoot, and good looking. ULE bodies reduce weight by a lot, as well as adding to looks. Level 10 bolt eliminates chopping period. This is a very small gun, and since it only has one tube, it has a lower profile than most markers. The X valve that comes stock is also very light. It is reactive, so you can really rip on this thing without much effort. If you want runaway, you will need an adjustable tank that goes up to 900psi or so. A guy on AO hooked a mag up to a SCUBA tank at 1900psi input and with runaway, the mag was shooting 31+bps. Everything on the gun is made with ULE. The intelliframe is very nice trigger frame. It does have a little slack to the pull, but it isn't a big deal. You can add trigger stops to reduce this very easily. The valve is easy to service. Any problem, short of taking a hammer to it, can be solved by replacing an o ring. It is a very simple design and it is very easy to learn how it works. AGD has great customer service and quality control so if in the unlikely event of a problem, they will take care of it for you. If you don't want to go through them, these forums, or automags.org will be able to guide you through fixing it.
Conclusion: A very fine piece of engineering on AGD's part. I would suggest this marker to anyone looking for a fast, reliable, and light mechanical marker.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, July 7th, 2004 at 6:22 pm PST
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AGD_PB Tuesday, March 30th, 2004
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3 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Tippmann A-5, not the same though
Marker Setup: ULE Custom with chrome ULE, X-Valve, Intelliframe, Empire Drop, Full Freak, Evo. 2, Crossfire 68/45 HP Preset
Recommended
Upgrades:
LVL 10, electronic Hopper, good size Nitrogen tank, good barrel (ultralight, freak, etc...)
Strengths: -ACCURACY
-Speed
- LOW MAINTENANCE
Weaknesses: -Gas Hog!!
- See Review
Review: I love my ULE Custom- it is fast and very low maintenance, the only problem I see is that it is a gas hog and that it, for me at least, took me a while to get it going perfect. Make sure you have oil (Gold Cup Or Similar Oil), oiling fixes a lot of Automag problems- Level 10 was a pain to adjust but it should be fine after you get it adjusted..... Very low Maintenance- after playing i clean my barrel and clean the valve, bolt, and body- and normally it is just fine. ***Most Problems On This Gun Are Due to Operator Malfunctions***- I've messed some things up before...Make sure you get a N2 tank larger or the same as a 68 ci, with a 47 you will only get about 500 rds.---I get a thousand shots off my 68/45! I have not regretted buying this gun! I also know a agd tech. He gave me a on-off pin. The new pin rolls!!!! Bouncing enough to outshoot a egg even possibly a halo. And it also fires 1 on the pull and once on the relase. When bouncing, the gun skips shots then vents the lvl 10 which means my stock egg is about 4 balls behind wat the gun is shooting... This adds up right about to a halo.
Conclusion: i would buy it if I have the money- But mags are slowly dissapearing to cockers, angel, timmys, matrixes, etc..... But, i would rather have a mag over a autococker- I reccomend this product to anyone!
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, September 6th, 2004 at 4:12 pm PST
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spasticsquirrel Friday, April 30th, 2004
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1 year3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
2k3 autococker, currently a tricked out E-bladed cocker my friend has
Icon Z, which shoots 30ft because valve broke (trigger=slotmachine lever)
98C, nice, rentals though, and lack of upgrades
A-5, seen fortune in MGS2? shooting someone was like shooting her
Tigershark, This was sweet, this thing rocked my world, but its an inaccurate pump
Marker Setup: ULE body with RTP rail
Logic frame comming in 2 days
Scepter, best barrel i have used
Halo B, havent used it on field, but its the creame of the crop
ULT, makes faster ROF possible
crossfire 68-45
Recommended
Upgrades:
A good barrel, a nice trigger frame for your playing style. You have to get it with a ULT and ULE. An adjustable regulator so you can change reactivity. Maybe a Deadly Wind Body. Never, and never get another valve other than the X-valve.
Strengths: See review
Weaknesses: See review
Review: Strengths-
can modify looks by
TAC-1
Nicad's milled slugs
other milled slugs out there
RPG Exile body (basicly a ULE body)

ROF
ULT makes good ROF possible (8bps on single trigger)
Double trigger
Devil mag upgrade

Anti-chop
LvX is awsome, never chopped for me
Devil Mag, comes with eyes and Lv7 for better efficiency

Frames
45*, 90*, Y-grip
ASAs
15*, 0*, -15*

Angle detents and feed necks, autococker barrel threads

Reliability=i can say my tippmann broke more than this peice of art

Weaknesses-
could use less gass for todays standerds
Lv X tuning is hell until you know were to go, and i forgot that place, but its somewhere on the forum. not really big of dead


I say automags are made for options, with all those dealers on Automags.org.
This can be from a hardcore mislim marker to a top notch torney marker.
Reactive trigger IS TORNEY LEAGAL, it works by resetting the trigger with hte sear, and gives the trigger a kinda bouncy feel to me, +psi=more reactive -psi+less reactive.
Buy these, help AGD spread out, higher volume runs=cheaper mags for everyone, also more resources for AGD to make more upgrades.
Conclusion: If your getting one, go onto AO and check out deals on them like RPG paradime, or om or email tunaman and say what you want, and he will get all the stuff, and tune and break in everything.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, February 1st, 2005 at 7:34 pm PST
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oldschool74 Saturday, February 3rd, 2007
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More than 5 years2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Minimag- big brother to the ULE
Ion
spyder
tippmen 98
Marker Setup: Automag ULE w/
J&J ceramic barrel
Level 10 valve
ultra light trigger
polished 45 (blade) trigger frame

Minimag
Level 7
level 10 upgrade kit
polished Y grip
Dye Broomstick barrel

Smart parts Ion
NDZ breach (cocker threads)
ANS body and frame
QEV
TechT L6 bolt
Shocktech body kit
w/ clamping feed neck
element v2 grip frame
Recommended
Upgrades:
Good high pressure out put compressed air system
A decent motorized loader
Strengths: Small profile
Long life
Accurate & consistent
Weaknesses: Fewer after market parts nowadays
Review: I can't help writing a review even though everyone has the same thing to say. This is hands down the very best mech. marker you can buy bar none.Air Gun Designs has made the finest quality markers with the best materials available and they will last far longer than most people will ever play the game. This is the last marker most people will ever buy and the first one you will want to go play with every weekend.

I have been using a AGD marker for at least the last 15 years and have never been "out gunned" by another mech. marker except for some very nice autocockers.

AGD RULES!!!
Conclusion: This is the best you can buy, period. Not a lot of accessories for it but not many are needed. If you want faster ,with a lighter trigger, you have to go electro. but remember,.. if you do ,.....I will be waiting for you on the field when your battery runs out!
Rating:
10 out of 10
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pbdante Thursday, December 23rd, 2004
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6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
classic mag, cocker
Marker Setup: e2'ed blue 2k3 cocker with an way to may ups to name.
Recommended
Upgrades:
when you buy it get all the ups that agd offers for it, slap on a barrel kit and your done.
Strengths: See review
Weaknesses: See review
Review: GOOD- this marker will really roll for a mech, i my self got 13 over a chrono with it. With the level 10 its will almost never chop. Its very light and small. The intelli frame can be wired to a revy to intelli feed the hopper. Its very simple to completely take the marker apart and clean it. The stock barrel from j&j is great one of the best stock barrels you'll see. Over all this is one of the few mechs out there that can keep up in tournies.

BAD- one word bounce, if you don't keep this thing tuned it will bounce so freaking bad.( i wise I would have had a chance to play x ball with) also an adjustable tank will eliminate this too. IIt a gas hog, which is no big deal. Bumpers wear out after about 4 cases , just replace it with a bumper for a classic which is alot more durable.
Conclusion: If you are looking for a marker in this price rang that will shoot accurate, and can throw some ropes then its for you. Its very high quality which is come known from agd. It is a better deal than many of the elecrtos in its price range.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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sam teague Wednesday, December 22nd, 2004
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3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

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Experience:
3 years
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Products Used:
a5 egrip terrible a5 with rt and flatline ok for woods classic mag a lot slower than ule custom but for around 200 its a good deal
Marker Setup: automag ule custom x-valve tear drop ult revi 68 3000 aci bulldog tank
Recommended
Upgrades:
must have compressed air
electonic hopper
ult trigger pull kit(must have for tournaments or it is considered a bouncing gun)
Strengths: accurate AGD has great customer service
bps easy to clean
lvl10 x-valve
Weaknesses: I had to replace a leaking asa.
Review: Its a great gun. For around $400 you get accuracy rate of fire. Its comparable to many electric guns on the market. The level 10 is awesome. Its an anti chop bolt that works. I stuck my finger down the feedneck into the body and fired the gun it stopped and my finger was fine. The xvalve is alot faster than classic. We experienced shoot down shooting my friends classic but none occured shooting my ule custom.
Conclusion: Good gun for price. I would also look at bkos and ions if you are thinking of buying a new gun.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, February 18th, 2005 at 7:54 am PST
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magman81290 Friday, October 22nd, 2004
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i used to have a spyder extra, it was good for a beginner but my mag is 1000,000 times as good as it, its worth the price
Marker Setup: rt ule custom, x-valve. level 10, ule mainbody, dye boomstic, hpa tank- you need one for this gun, ule trigger pull kit
Recommended
Upgrades:
a good barrel, not long about 12 to 14 inches, ule main body, ule trigger pull kit, good hpa tank, get ule trigger kit if you want to shoot fast, if you have level 10 dont worry about short stroking
Strengths: Speed, lightness, accuracy w/ good barrel, range, impossible to chop, small profile, its mechanical!!
Weaknesses: It does use a good amount of gas, but thats it.
Review: Ive been playing for about 3.5 to 4 years and i needed a better gun. I researched this for a few months. I got it about 2 weeks ago, I havent had any problems. Right away I aired it up and shot some balls. I didnt have to get any hoses for it or anything, it was all set., if you get it from airgun designs they install all your upgrades at the factory. You dont have to do anythng unless you want to change it. But when i got mine it was perfect. The ule mainbody is very light, you simply cant chop with level 10, and the x valve makes it so you can pull the trigger as fast as you want. Ive put about 500 balls through it and the level 10 has not let one ball chop. This gun is good for all types of games, woods or speedball. It has good range, can shoot as fast as you can pull the trigger when you want. oh, the ule trigger kit is awesome, the reactive trigger is very effective. And you dont have to wory about short stroking with the level 10 which comes standard. It also has a very low profile so you can squeeze into tight spots without trouble. The standard grip frame is working fine for me. Also i havent had any accuracy problems, with a good barrel its pretty accuret. The front bike grip is also effective, its in good spot, not to close to trigger or anything.
Conclusion: This gun is awesome. It will not let you down in speed or range or durability. Its probably just as durable as a tippmann. Also you get the same speed as an electro but its mechanical and you dont have to deal with elctro stuff. If you need a better, faster, more durable gun this is the right one. It will not let you down.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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TitanMarine13 Saturday, March 13th, 2004
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Experience:
4 years
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Products Used:
68 automag classic, 98 custom, spyders, piranhas, imp's, and a few other little things.
Marker Setup: 98 custom w/ 14' teardrop and all the other junk, I have ordered a 2004 verticle Autococker with WGP torpedo drop and venturi bolt.
Recommended
Upgrades:
A barrel to your liking, and off the website you can pick most of you own parts for a real great price, so none other than a personal preference barrel.
Strengths: LIGHT! FASTER than most electros! good feel.
Weaknesses: Availibility, anymore, especially in my area, mags are a pain to find.
Review: I got to try a friends that was just a basic ULE CUSTOM but with the intelli frame. It rocked! Rec and speedball I felt like I was in controll of everything going on. Lay out strands of fire easily, and place shots quickly where they need to go as instinct. The gun is light and easy to manover with Automag reliablity.
Conclusion: I am in a dead locked decision now between a 2k4 'cocker with some ups or a ULE. Id be happy with both, but for the price, the ULE is really really tempting.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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