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Sup Guys, This is my (soon to be pneumatic) ULE RT Pro Automag.

Consists of:

ULE body custom shortened
RT Pro rail ULE milled and shortened
NDZ clamping lever feedneck
X-valve with lvl 10 bolt and ULT trigger kit
Y-frame ULE milled with blade trigger
Shocktech mock reg foregrip
WGP outkast LPR
Custom modded internal airline through trigger frame
Check-it Uni-mount
Hater Paintball custom gun graffiti
Hogue panel grips
Freak barrel kit with 10.5 and 14 inch fronts

Fed with a Halo Invert Too

Just waiting on my pneumatic parts to get here, follow that with a new black trigger with magnet mod and two trigger stops. After that I can't really think of much else, love the gun it is crazy light and never ever has problems, critique away



Note: The LPR is mounted on the front asa because I was planning on using the shocktech mock reg as a gas thru and thus I mounted it there with plans of running the microline through the rail to the trigger frame. I now run my airline internally and no air ever reaches the LPR so I will have to end up moving it down to the uni. No biggie but just avoiding confusion.
 

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I thought that was called a Z frame? Am I thinking of something else?
(I don't speak 'mag so be gentle.)

Regardless, it scores a "Yummy" in my book just because of the frame.
 

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I thought that was called a Z frame? Am I thinking of something else?

(I don't speak 'mag so be gentle.)



Regardless, it scores a "Yummy" in my book just because of the frame.
thanks. the z frame was made a while ago and is at a more extreme angle. the y is a newer version and more subtle of a slant.
 

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Shortened up the body and rail a bit more...this thing is shooort now, and light. Added some hater pb decals as well.

 

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BUMP

Dremeled the trigger into a dagger-type and spray painted it black for now. I also cut a window in the bottom of the trigger frame to expose the internal airline fitting (just to show it off).



Next on the list- Can't decide if I want to leave it a pneumag or if I should buy a spyder frame and t-board it (possibly get it drilled for eyes even though I don't really need them with the lvl 10 bolt. Kinda leaning towards the spyder frame but we will see!
 

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No mag love here?

Here's a pic of it now with new trigger, milled body, and the grip moved closer. I also stripped the ano off the body and rail and am planning on getting them both ano'ed blue.

 

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What is the point of having a gun shorting up like that ?
 

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I shortened even more since then, took the reg off the back and capped the valve, then added a sidewinder as my inline reg.

It is basically for cosmetic reasons and weight reduction.

Here it is without the valve as it was sent out to get custom fitted for a cap.

I also milled the front off the frame, I think it changes the look A LOT

 

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Nice man.
I like the Y frames and the Z frames cept im not used to my Z yet so its funky.
I like your setup, but i would personally get a <90 but >45 frame. Somewhere in the 80s perhaps.
Man i need an On/Off top, you got an extra? Haha.
 

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Nice man.
I like the Y frames and the Z frames cept im not used to my Z yet so its funky.
I like your setup, but i would personally get a <90 but >45 frame. Somewhere in the 80s perhaps.
Man i need an On/Off top, you got an extra? Haha.
The only one that fits that category that I know of would be the triton but I think it is ugly. The Y is just too comfy to get rid of, I just can't do it.
 
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