This revolutionary new .45 grip frame allows you to set up your marker quickly and easily for an Intellifeed link to Warp FeedTM or hopper, as well as providing the level of quality you've come to expect from Airgun Designs. Available with Blade or Groove (double) trigger.
The Airgun Designs Intelliframe is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Intelliframe w/ intellifeed
DZII with On/Off
Custom Products 12"
ANS Venturi bolt
PMI Perfect Charger
Ahhh yes :)
*Less trigger play then any other 2x frame
*Blade trigger available
*Comes with sticky grips
*Has mounting brackets for a rollerswitch, so u can install intellifeed.
*Super nice trigger, feels like the single.
*You can rip with this thing. Many people have thought i was firing an electro frame or that it was on full auto.
The only thing i could say would be price. It is a little high, but hey, it is WELL worth it.
A must have trigger frame for the automag, thats why it comes standard on all RT pros now :)
68 automag powerfeed
w/ groove intelliframe,
12 volt revolution,
phase 2 regulator,
12" smart parts all american with freak front
, 6" stubby barrel
68 ci 3000 psi hpa tank from air america,
benchmark drop forward,
(and maybe some day an x valve,)
and for co2 i use a 20 oz with an x chamber on a braided remote ran to my leg.
obviously not your stock automag!!!!!!!!!!!!
and 68 automag classic powerfeed with lightened trigger 45 grip, smart box, x chamber, drop forward
it is very very very nice looking
the trigger pull could be lighter
this frame is a very stylish frame, some say it has a lot of side to side play but i dont think so.
the dye sticky grip is super comfortable.
this frame is not as light as my lightened trigger but tollerable feel's like a stock frame -as far as trigger pull goe's
and i did not spend the 5 $ to make my revolution agitate every shot but it look's quite easy to do
good luck finding an extened vertical bottle adaptor, ive never found one.
i would recomend this frame to any mag owner!
i wish i would have gotten mine a long time ago!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, March 1st, 2004 at 1:10 pm PST
Automag 68 Classic
32* Drop and On/Off
Equation Barrel System
Small Trigger Pull
Nice Short Snappy Pull
This is probably the best trigger frame you can buy for your Mag. The Y-Grip is also a good choice if you like the position of the frame. This frame offers a really nice short pull. It doesnt make the trigger pull lighter, but it gives it a nice snappy pull with the double trigger. With my stock frame I couldnt fire that fast. But with the Intelliframe the trigger pull was much shorter and I could acheive a much higher ROF. If you are considering buying a better trigger frame for your Mag, get this you wont regret it.
This is an awesome upgrade for you gun. You will be able to shoot faster, and the trigger pull will feel amazing. Fast ROF and a quick snappy pull make this one of the best frames for the Mag.
stock mag grip.. *barf*
b2k stock grip and zenitram 45
bushmaster... cocker... i hate you pbreview, you never remember
nice and sexy.. better trigger.. damn cool idea
kinda $$.. thats it i think..
ok, definitly better than the stock mag grips. I hated my mag, but the grip was nice. They made the trigger much better, and they were oh so sexy! i got a chrome blade one... oh my.. i loved it. the intellefeed helped my revvy go much faster, i couldnt outshoot it with my mag. REALLY comfy. the onyl thing i didnt like about them is the fact that that you couldnt use 3 fingers to hold it, the trigger guard cut it off, if you can understand that.. that is how i like to hold it, so that was kidna a bummer. but thats just personal preference, you cant make everyone happy, ya know?
NICE grip frame, definitly worth it. Better than most of the mag frames out there. Pretty pricey, but if you mix this with a 12v x board with the vortex impeller and a level 10, like i did... o lordy.. its soo cool. definatly a 10/10
stock automag trigger frame ( short strokes, sucks )
spyder double trig frame ( on my TL ) also sucks
red 12v revolution
intelliframe hooked up to rev
psycho ballistics 7" drop
foregrip ( some crap one, looking for a KAPP )
12" SP AA barrel
Built incredibly strong
completely removed short-stroking ( for me anyway )
steep price ( 109.00 ) well worth it though
overall, this is definitely one of the first upgrades i would suggest you get for your mag.
it improves the rate of fire, eliminates most short-stroking problems, and shoots a hell of alot faster then the stock trigger frame, plus it looks sweet too.
well worth the money! buy it now
gave it a nine only because of the cost
-automag 68 with power feed
-Dye Aluminum Barrel
-SP Gadget Grip
-48 cu PMI tank
-9 volt revy
-PMI perfect Cradle
-chrome intelliframe with blade trigger
-ans quick twist velocity adjuster
Crisp trigger pull, really light,eliminates short stroking,nice dye grips, comfromtable to hold, big advantage to the stock,benchmark,or dye frames. this trigger frame is the best i've used on any marker this has the lightest you can get besides an electro trigger. aslo whats good is you can connect it to a electro hopper or the warp feed. with this frame you'll fire faster and never short stroke the trigger under rapid fire. the blade trigger is better than any trigger i've felt. the intelliframes blades is awsome aslo
hhmm nothing, well maybe the price but i'm not cheap
Buy this frame(especially the blade) its worth every cent.
Light weight and a very short trigger pull. I found the trigger to be comfortable for rapid fire. I had to get a 12v revvy cause the 9v was not strong enough but connecting the frame to your revvy is every easy and it works great. The dye sticky grip molds great to your hand.
have not found anything wrong with it other then the trigger does not come in black but that is just me.
A well built frame and reasonably priced, very light weight which is inportant when running a cradle system, the lighter the better. In conclusion, this frame is the best for your mag, mini or rt.