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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $200

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A direct replacement for the automag body. Made for scenario players and will replace any body on a classic/rt-pro/emag.
Product Availability 
The Airgun Designs Tac-One Automag Body 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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af895 Tuesday, July 31st, 2007
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Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
powerfeed Automag bodies
Marker Setup: AGD Classic 68 Automag
Tac-One body
Palmer Pursuit Shop 12" dual-vented 0.685cal barrel
J&J brass barrel
Palmer Pursuit Shop male stabilizer
9oz. & 3.5oz. anti-siphon CO2 tanks.
Strengths: Lightweight, Autococker threaded barrels, Angel threaded feednecks, Picatinny rails
Weaknesses: Angel threaded feednecks (see below)
Pricey
Review: What's there to say? This is the standard by which other tactical accessories should be judged.

The Tac-One body upgrades any Classic Automag or Minimag by replacing the existing body with one that accepts Autococker threaded barrels and Angel threaded feednecks. Every serious tournament marker uses Autococker threaded barrels so this brings any 'mag in line with that.

The Tac-One body is the same as the ULE 'mag body except it has Picatinny (7/8") rails.

The choice of Angel threading for the feedneck is a bit of a mixed blessing. Angels are starting to be considered old-school so they're a bit more difficult to find than some of the more popular thread styles.

Installation of this body is easy - just disassemble your Automag, remove the twist-lock assembly from the rail and screw everything back together.

At first I wasn't sure if I'd get used to the angled rails as I've gotten used to a red-dot sight directly on top of the marker. After a month or so of playing with it, I prefer the Tac-One angled rails. Compared to a rail directly on top of a marker with an offset feedneck and 45-degree elbow, the Tac-One body is much lower profile and lets you play very tight.

Conclusion: Highly recommended if you have an Automag you want to add tactical rails to. Simple installation, as with likely any 'mag upgrade, makes this an easy upgrade, if you don't mind forking over the cash for it.
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Ken Majors Thursday, June 17th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month8 of 11 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Tippmann M98 Custom - Milsim Mod
Marker Setup: AGD Tac-One - Apache Loader
M98 Custom Milsim

Strengths: Crisp Trigger pull, Lightweight and integrated sight rails.
Weaknesses: No reactivity at all in the XValve.
Review: I bought the entire gun built by AGD for $450. I think it was a very good deal. If you add up all the parts it would take to build a Tac-One from scratch it is a heck of a deal.
The Tac-One body has integrated "picatinny" style rails to mount all sorts of gizmos on. From red-dot sights to night vision. They will clamp on the side, top or front rail of the Tac-One. There are even sling swivels available that clamp on them. This is AGDs answer for the scenario or rec-baller. The Automag has long been known for reliability and quality workmanship....you get that with this marker.
Conclusion: Awesome product for the rec baller or scenario player who wants to mount accessories.
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