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Automags, Autocockers, Blowbacks and parts added in October 2015

Slow as always getting an article up about the parts added to inventory for this month, but here are the items I added in October. This post also shows the before photos of a few of the guns I parted and it shows a couple guns I kept for my collection, since I had them out while taking photos.

The Blue Automag and a couple others that are getting parted out. The Blue Automag and a couple others that are getting parted out.

Starting with Automags, here are a few of the complete mags I parted and listed whole.
The top blueish purple Automag came from a local guy and I'm not sure who exactly built it.  At first I though it was Taso because of the sight rail but the frame was not built by Taso, and the valve has Carter style cuts on the reg (not sure who else did these style cuts?).

Blue Automag right side This neat blue Carter or Check It Products Automag was purchased a few months back. It's listed on the site now, minus the Air America Tank and ANS Expansion chamber. Opps! Didn't have my rear grip frame quick strip screw in for this photo!

Another thought I had is that it could be made by Check It Products since the seller also had a CIP Super Stock Pistol and at the time, CIP might have been sourcing various parts from different companies?

Blue Automag Left Side Left side of the fancy blue Automag. Find it listed with October 2015 parts for sale.

Regardless, I have a couple Carter Automags in my collection so this one is added to inventory. I removed the air tank (an Air America Raptor tank) and the ANS expansion chamber. They will both be listed eventually as well but the tank is well past expiration (over 15 years old) and the ANS expansion chamber looked funky. It's also pictured with the Check It Tulip style barrel, which it includes.
Find this Automag for sale at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1567.html

The Top right blue Automag is listed on the site with the October 2015 inventory items, the left Minimag has a Taso frame which I'm keeping. Otherwise it's getting parted. The bottom Automag I purchased for the splash parts but otherwise will be getting parted. The Top right blue Automag is listed on the site with the October 2015 inventory items, the left Minimag has a Taso frame which I'm keeping. Otherwise it's getting parted. The bottom Automag I purchased for the splash parts but otherwise will be getting parted.

The next Minimag pictured below, has an awesome Taso frame on it. I've wanted to find one of these frames for a while and was lucky to come across this one.

Minimag with a Taso humpback frame, right side. I parted this out Minimag with a Taso humpback frame, right side. I parted this out.

This is just a random Minimag that was upgraded with a Taso frame, a Smart Parts sight rail (raw), and a Taso barrel. In the photo with the other Automags it's pictured with a KC 1/8th female npt to asa thread male adapter.

Minimag with a Taso frame. Left side. Minimag with a Taso frame. Left side.

But in this photo showing it by itself, this Minimag is pictured is a black gas through. I parted this Minimag out though and will be adding the valve to inventory eventually.

Right side of Black, red white splash automag. Right side of an automag with a partial Black, white and red partial splash kit. I'll be parting this mag and keeping the splash parts for another of my mags.

The last of the top three pictured Airgun Designs guns is an Automag with a partial Smart Parts Splash kit in Red, white and black. This kit wasn't complete but I'll be combining it with another mag to make an awesome setup eventually.

Left side of automag with smart parts splash kit. Left side of automag with smart parts splash kit.

The body on this Automag does have some wear, but the Smart Parts grips look fantastic!

A neat detail I noticed while disassembling this Splash Mag, was that the previous owner had added a spring to the sear spring notch in the carbon fiber frame.  I've never come across a spring in this slot while disassembling mags before but as "TheInflicted" comments on youtube, "I'll bet the owner was bothered by how floppy an Automag trigger is when it's not degassed."

Automag and Minimag bodies added to inventory in October 2015. Automag and Minimag bodies added to inventory in October 2015.

And here are the bodies and sight rails added to inventory from the Taso mag and the Splash mag above.  Find the bodies listed at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/automag/bodies.html

And sight rails listed at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/automag/sight-rails.html

A few pumps added to inventory in October 2015. Top is a bad shape Tagmasters, then a Mac 1 Avenger, a Ranger in used shape and the Annihilator. A few pumps added to inventory in October 2015. Top is a bad shape Trracer, then a Mac 1 Avenger, a Ranger in used shape and then an Annihilator.

And here are a few pumps added to inventory. The top is a horrible shape Trracer, which I have a few of. These had in horrible shape but are pretty cheap, so that might make up for the horrible shape in some cases:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1299.html

A neat left feed Mac 1 Avenger. A neat left feed Mac 1 Avenger. The body is tarnished and the front 12 gram plug is rusted.

Next down is a rad left feed Mac 1 Avenger!  I can't remember seeing too many Avengers in left feed but I have another Annihilator in Left feed so this can be sold. The body is pretty tarnished on this Avenger but not actually damaged. I haven't shot it but I will make sure it airs up and dry fires before shipping. Find this Avenger at : http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1414.html

Next down is a parts Site Ranger that I documented earlier this month in a series of disassembly and reassembly videos at http://www.baccipaintball.com/oldnews/breaking-reassembling-wgp-ranger
Find this Site Ranger for sale at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/b049.html

Left side of a Mac 1 Annihlator, built off a PGP with a Quick Config. Left side of a Mac 1 Annihlator, built off a PGP with a Quick Config.

And last in the pump paintgun photo is really cool Mac 1 Mach 1 Annihilator. I probably bought this Annihilator in 2003 or so and played with it a few times at Sac Pump day but then stowed it away. I like the look and design of the Mac Quick Config but I'm not not a fan of the function, I find it a little too un reliable to play with. For use I would recommend replacing it with a Fast Changer from Palmers. 

 Above is a video showing this Annihilator and demonstrating the operation of the Mac 1 Quick Config as well as notch in the Mac 1 Direct Feed.

Right side of the Mach 1 version Annihilator built by Mac 1. Right side of the Mach 1 version Annihilator built by Mac 1.

I hadn't planned on selling this Annihilator but I've picked up a few other Mac 1 paintguns with the quick config lately that I plan on keeping so this one can be sold off.
Find it on baccipaintball at http://www.baccipaintball.com/b048.html

A few Autocockers I'm keeping and a couple getting parted. A few Autocockers I'm keeping and a couple getting parted.

Next are a few Autocockers, some which I parted and a few which I kept.  The top left Eclipse Pro Series and Red Mini body are both items that aren't for sale. The other stock bodies cockers were all parted out though.

An Eclipse Pro Series and a really neat mini body I'm keeping and a couple cockers. An Eclipse Pro Series and a really neat mini body I'm keeping and a couple stock cockers that are getting parted in October 2015.

Find an article on the Eclipse Pro Series at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/oldnews/eclipse-pro-series-autococker-sold-by-wgp

Autococker bodies added to inventory in 2015. A large selection of Autococker bodies that were added to inventory in October of 2015.

And here are the parted out bodies from the stock cockers above as well as a few extras that have built up over the last year or so. Mostly right feeds with the exception of one vert feed and a couple shrouds.
Find Autococker bodies at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/autococker/bodies.html
And Shrouds at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/autococker/shrouds.html

A large selection of working and broken daisy point sights. A large selection of working and broken daisy point sights.

Another batch of items that have been sitting around for the past 6 or so years without getting inventoried are these Point sites.  
Some are Red dot, some are just optical (no batteries) and they are made by Daisy, Brass Eagle (actually during the time these were made, Brass Eagle was owned by Daisy) and some by other manufacturers. I really don't like sights but some people love them. They range in price from under 5 to 30 dollars depending on style and condition.
Find optics at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/sights-and-optics.html

More blowbacks, most of which are shown in the lower Blowback photo but I wanted to show the setup on the top right Spyder before I parted it. More blowbacks, most of which are shown in the lower Blowback photo but I wanted to show the setup on the top right Spyder before I parted it.

And here are some of the random blowbacks added in October.  I parted out a couple of these but I wanted to post this and the next photo to show how neat old Spyders still look with air america regs and some aftermarket parts.

The same Blowbacks before the top right spyder is parted. The same Blowbacks before the top right spyder is parted.

The F4 and the top right spyder were both parted.  

Some blowbacks getting parted out and sold as is. Including Spyders, an Inferno, a few VM-68s and more. Some blowbacks getting parted out and sold as is. Including Spyders, an Inferno, a few VM-68s and more.

And here are some of the other various Junk spyders that were added to inventory. The top right Spyder from the last photos had the Air America reg removed.
Find Spyders and other Blowbacks for sale at http://www.baccipaintball.com/guns/mech-guns.html?cat=157
And find spyder parts at http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/spyder-parts.html

Masks, packs, hoppers and more added to inventory in October 2015. Masks, packs, hoppers and more added to inventory in October 2015.

And what parts upload would be complete without a bunch of random gear that will probably never sell? A couple highlights from this batch are the usual VL-2000, the Vents mask lower and the Unique Harness.

Close up on a few masks that were added to inventory. Close up on a few masks that were added to inventory.

Above is a close up of the Vents lower and some of the mask. Find these gear items in their relevant categories at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear.html 

In November I'll be adding barrels, Autococker parts, and who knows what else.

2 thoughts on “Automags, Autocockers, Blowbacks and parts added in October 2015”

  • Joel kaufman

    The automag with the ball end milling on the end of it: might be a hurricane labs regulator end they used to make. Can't remember whether they were stainless or if it was one of the lightweight aluminum ones they made.

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  • Dan at Bacci Paintball

    Thanks Joel,
    I think the Diamond Labs Hurricane 8 hole mod back end reg valves were black anodized aluminum. This mag really could have been from any Southern California (or really from anywhere) ship since there isn't anything that really stands out as unique.

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