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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $105

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Here at Logic Paintball, we're never setting still. Our products are ever
evolving, being reinvented to stay with current trends and quickly advancing
technology. . . . . . . which is as good a cover for ADD as any I've ever heard.

The fact is that I wasn't happy to just sit back after having brought the vert
frame to the AutoMag. Nope, I was constantly bothered by the fact that Angel
grips are nearly impossible to find, expensive when you do find them, and once
found, force the frame they fit to be exceedingly tall. I wasn't happy about it
no sir, but what to do? For the longest time, I had no idea. Then one day, I was
chatting with a fellow about the wonderful amalgams that you find in paintball today
when it hit me. Why not take the average of the frame angles of both a vert style
and a .45 style frame? Why not indeed.

What you see above is the result. The first frame that we did in this style was the
Ultimate Shocker Frame, and it's effect on anyone who handles one really drove home
the effectiveness of the hybrid frame angle concept. So, armed with this new technology
I set off to revamp our whole product line. It took a little time, but this change has
now settled in Mag town. The new Ultimate Mechanical Mag frame gives you all the comfort of a vert style frame
but with none of the drawbacks. It takes standard .45 style grips, and is over an inch
shorter in height than the vert it replaces. The trigger stops are still there, as is the
safety, the intellifeed mount, and the integrated dovetail rail. Along with said rail, the
bottom is tapped with two (2) sets of bottom line screw holes, to give you as many options
for mounting your air system as possible. Stock color frames will have the trigger color matched
to the frame.

These frames will bolt onto any marker (classic, RTP, or XValve) with an RTP style rail, with no
modifications. The trigger guard is very large though, so I do no suggest the use of a classic rail
as you likely won't have any place left to mount a foregrip.

Be warned, these things are like heroine, once you touch one of them you will not be able to go back
to a regular .45 or vert frame they are THAT addictive.
Product Availability 
The Logic Paintball Ultimate Mechanical Mag Frame is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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RealPB Thursday, November 9th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 3 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
- CCM 86* Slider Frame (for AutoCockers)
- WDP 90* Frames
- Jackal Machine 90* Frame (for AutoCockers)
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Shocker... that's about it. It's pretty stock.

AGD Automag built from the ground up!
-MicroMag RT Valve
-Level 10 Bolt
-ULE Mainbody
-CCM Mid-Rise Clamping Feedneck
-AGD E-Mag Rail (ULE Milled)
-Logic UMF Frame (it's like herroine, but doesn't require a needle)
-Vertical ASA with AGD Bike Foregrip
-Uni-Mount On/Off Bottomline ASA

Then a new anno job!
Strengths: Too many words. See review
Weaknesses: See review
Review: PRO'S:
I've never really liked .45 grips. With the way I play, they force me to angle my hand funky. This thing doesn't. I can fire fast and consistent with my hand naturally alligned with my forearm. I feel less stress put onto my wrist and less tension on my fingers. This adds for a very comfortable set-up. Ergonomics rule!

Weight. The trigger frame is light. It wieghs in at about one pound. If you think that is heavy, you need to work out! But for being so light, it feels very sturdy, like it's not going to snap in half if I dive with it.

The trigger is a blade style with a little curve down at the bottom. The trigger is very easy to pull and very comfortable to hold onto. The edges are rounded, so no worry about metal sticking out into your fingers.

It accepts all saftey assemblies put out by AGD (with exeption of the E/X-Mag safety assemblies). I don't think I need to go on about that.

It takes .45 grips. That is a BIG plus! That means I can use the Dye Stickies I already own! I don't have to go out looking for funky grips to fit it. By the way, Stickies + UMF = Heaven.

Large trigger guard. This is nice and very roomy. This means that once my EP conversion is completed, I'll have plenty of room to walk the trigger. This is also great for you people with walkable ULT's tuned or you PneuMag modders out there. You won't feel like your fingers are trapped in a small space. They have room to breathe!

The only con I can really think of is if your frame is raw, the trigger pin will slide out. IF IT IS ANNODIZED, THIS IS NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT! I have two peices of tape over it so it won't fall out. This problem will be fixed once it's been milled for the EP conversion and I can ship it out to anno.
Conclusion: Well, like I said in my set-up, this frame is like heroine without the needle. It is by far the most comfortable frame I've ever held and has definately improved my game because of this.

I also no longer get pains in my wrist after a day of play.

Thank you Logic!
10 out of 10
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robnix Wednesday, August 23rd, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Marker Setup: Automag RT Pro
Rogue Exile Body
Rogue Shadow Rail
14" Stiffi Barrel
DW CF Foregrip
92/45 Crossfire HP
Halo B
Strengths: Trigger Stops
Extra room in Trigger Guard.
Grip Size
Low Weight
Weaknesses: There are none.
Review: If you can get your hand on one of these, do it now. This is IMO the best Mech Frame you can put on your RT Pro and my favorite purchase for my Mag.

The trigger stops make it easy to adjust the pull.
The bottom of the frame has direct mount holes and a dovetail built in, so there's no need to buy anything additional if you like your ASA on the grip.
Works with 45 style Grips.
It's light.
There's plenty of room inside the frame to add pneumatics.
The design is just outstanding all around, from the blade style trigger to the size of the trigger guard, it looks fantastic on a mag.
Conclusion: Buy one now if you can.
10 out of 10
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g squat Wednesday, August 9th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Stock, Benchmark (both dont compare)
Marker Setup: Minimag
ULE Body
X Valve
ULT Trigger
Freak Jr
Ultimate Mech Frame
Strengths: Trigger stops
comfortable feel
a lot of room for fingers in trigger guard
Weaknesses: The grips sit kinda funny, but that has no effect on performance.
Review: This is what is says it is. The ultimate mechanical frame for a mag. It has everything you would need in this particular area that all of todays guns would offer. Trigger stops, asa mounting rail on the bottom, and tons of room around the trigger for walking purposes. They say it comes in raw unannodized but what they mean to say is a brilliant chrome. It was worth every cent.
Conclusion: If you can find one on ebay or convice Cool Hand at Logic to make some, get one. Its what the intelliframe should have been. It also takes agd triggers!!! Cough...Rogue's Roller bearing trigger).
10 out of 10
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