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29 July 2008 - 10:02 PMYou don''t get screwed over by extra charges all charges and fees are clearly explained if you do your homework.
Which is precisely what I'm doing.
EDIT: A new question. I want to use my remote line with my possible future Tac-One. I will adapt to switching hands with it, and would prefer the lighter weight anyways. I'm a total newb when it comes to automags so the question is, what do I need besides the gun, line and tank? Would this be correct? http://store.airgundesignsusa.com/index.cf...mp;productID=81
If you want to just connect your remote to a regular ASA or something, it would just be a matter of getting the right fitting that would screw into the ASA on one end, and have a quick disconnect on the other. Another VERY popular thing people are enjoying right now is the use of an Air-thru stock. I think the most commn one I see on Tac-ones are TSW stocks. They have a quick disconnect already installed in the stock, and the stock will give you some added stability and can be aimed with the marker up against your shoulder...
29 July 2008 - 09:58 PMis there any thing besides a cotter pin you could use i mean is it special or something
You dont have to use cotter pins. Truth be told, they can get a bit expensive to buy. Someone else on here came up with a great idea to use hair pins (aka bobby-pins). I think its a great idea, because you will lose these things when youre playing with them. And bobby pins are dirt cheap and its not going to be the end of the world if you lose one.
Lethalpanther are you the one with the youttube video theres a video dispalying the exact same grenades. Also thanks Viper 72 i couldn't find a syringe but that weed killer pump is greta i was just looking at mine earlier wondering what i could use it for.
Glad that worked out for you. Just be sure to wash that thing out before you make a grenades with it! Wouldn't want any weed killer getting stirred into the mix now would we.... or would we...?!
28 July 2008 - 11:02 PM
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This is an excerpt from www.airgundesignsusa.com; I think it says that only the UPS shipping requires payment through Canadian customs, am I reading this correctly
I dont know if you are reading this right, but I will tell you this: If AGD tells you that a certain way is the best way to do something, I would listen to them. I have always been taken care of by them and have never heard anything but the same from others. AGD really will look for the best possible solution when it comes to taking care of the customer.
28 July 2008 - 10:58 PMfirst of all, congrats on your new mag. In response to your questions however, there are some things you should know. Number one, there really is no such thing as "too much oil" when it comes to mag maintanence. Feel free to lube away. I personally like to add oil to the whole internal system liberally. Another good idea that people like doing with Mags is to drop 2-3 drops of oil into your ASA/bottomline/etc. before screwing in your airtank. This allows the oil to travel throughout the entire internal system. Mags really perform well with regualr maint. and good oiling. I sometimes break mine down in the middle of the day during play and oil the internals, so dont worry about oiling too much. In regards to grease vs. oil, Im not 100% sure about this, but I would be inclined to say to stay away from the grease. This would be for a few reasons. Most importantly, the grease is much thicked than oil and while it would provide better protection, it could get in the way of parts seating properly and may cause it to malfunction. Another reason I would stay away from grease is because unlike oil, grease will eventually build up in places, and with the build-up comes dirt, grime, sludge, paint chips, etc. This could also cause problems. all in all, cheap gold cup gun oil always has and always will work fine and its inexpensive. this also means you can use liberally w/o spending too much money. With proper maint. and common sense, thats all you would really need.
13 July 2008 - 12:59 AMYep. And, they have latex tubing at FLEET FARM. I got 10' for $10.
thats not a bad deal. There is plenty of tubing online, most notably, at army navy surplus sites. I found one site that had a box of 50' for like 10 bucks! Granted you would have enough tubing to last til rapture but its a good deal if you are planning on making these on a regular basis.
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