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While not all parts are compatible between all paintguns in a family, there are 
many design similarities which make general information and tips applicable to all.

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For general descriptions of older (pre 1995) paintguns see the paintgun digest by Steve Mitchell

The 68 Automag (powerfeed body shown - right feed, warp feed, and vertical feed bodies also available) features a 3 star valve (warranty = 90 days - after 90 days each star is good for one warranty service).  Integrated regulator (AIR valve) adjusts velocity.

Ravi Chopra's Trigger Job
Automags.org
The Automag Manual courtesy of Air Gun Designs
 

68 AUTOMAG
Mfg: Airgun Designs
Class: Semiauto
Family: Automag
Operation: Blowforward
Gasses: CO2 or HPA
Stock Barrel: 11in
Barrel Mount: Automag Twist Lock
Total Length (with stock barrel): 17.5in
Weight: 2.25 lbs

The Automag FAQ by Steve Mitchell
Automag Tech Talk Forum


The 68 Minimag is a configuration of the Automag originally with a hopper right powerfeed, longer receiver and vertical ASA.  Later models featured hopper left powerfeed, and the only AIR valves with a left side air tap.  Includes 4 warranty stars, plus initial 90 day warranty.

Note: right hand powerfeed bodies require a "minimag barrel" which can twist to the left, as well as right for locking.  Most aftermarket Automag barrels minimag compatible.

Se Automag for more info

68 MINIMAG
Mfg: Airgun Designs
Class: Semiauto
Family: Automag
Operation: Blowforward
Gasses: CO2 or HPA
Stock Barrel: 8in
Barrel Mount: Automag Twist Lock
Total Length (with stock barrel): 13.5in
Weight: 2.65 lbs

The Automag FAQ by Steve Mitchell
Automag Tech Talk Forum


The Alley Cat is a low cost model in the Panther line from ICD, the combination of rear and vertical ASA connections gives versatility in bottle placement, while the 3 point adjustable vertical valve allows gas efficiency to be optimized.  Distributed exclusively by National Paintball Supply.
ALLEY CAT II
Mfg: Indian Creek Designs
Class: Semiauto
Family: Panther
Operation: Vertical Valve Blowback
Gasses: CO2 or HPA
Stock Barrel: 10in
Barrel Mount: ICD thread
Total Length (with stock barrel): 18in
Weight: 2.65 lbs

Autococker/Minicocker - Worr Games Products

  • The Autococker FAQ by Martin Heffron
  • Ravi's Autococker Info Sheet at Ravi Chopra's Homepage
  • ANS Chaos Series Autococker Review by Jason Blatt
  • Automag/Minimag/Automag RT/E-Mag - Airgun Designs 

  • The Emag product introduction by Bill Mills
  • The Emag review by Bill Mills
  • The Micromag RT product overview by Bill Mills
  • The Automag FAQ by Steve Mitchell
  • Ravi's Auto/Minimag trigger job guide at Ravi Chopra's Homepage
  • Automag Specs at the AGD web page
  • Automag RT FAQ by Chris Groppi (and located on the server on his desktop)
  • Automag RT Specs at the AGD web page
  • The Automag Manual courtesy of Air Gun Designs
  • Minimag Specs at the AGD web page
  • Blade/Saber - Brass Eagle

  • The Blade and Saber low cost pumps released December 99
  • E Matrix - Diablo Direct

    The EMatrix low pressure electropneumatic paintgun

    Desert Fox - Indian Creek Design

  • The Desert Fox FAQ by Thomas Smailus
  • The Indian Creek Designs Owner's Group
  • The 98 Desert Fox Resource
  • F4 - ACI

  • The F4 Owners Group
  • Nova 700 and Super Nova - Air Star

  • Nova FAQ by Bill Mills
  • SuperNova ET by Bill Mills
  • Nova Owner's Group
  • Master - PEC

  • Master Tech Paintball by Todd Clement
  • Phantom - Component Concepts

  • The Phantom FAQ at Rob Griffin's Homepage
  • Piranha - PMI

  • First Look Piranha review by CJ Schaff
  • Rainmaker - Brass Eagle

  • The Rainmaker FAQ by Bill Mills
  • SL-68 II - Tippmann Pneumatics

    Spyder/Spyder Compact - Kingman International

  • The Spyder Pro List guide to up upgrades and accessories.
  • The Spyder FAQ by CJ SChaff
  • Performing an Spyder Trigger Job on Jeffry Shultz's Homepage
  • secret asIAN man's Spyder upgrade guide at the Spyder Owner's Group web page
  • How to Nurse a sick Spyder to health by Dave Read, at the Spyder Owner's Group web page
  • Gun tear-down, reassembly and trigger jobs by Jon Autry at the Spyder Club
  • Low Pressure Spyders by Matt Bridges at the Spyder Club
  • Shocker - Smart Parts

  • The Shocker FAQ by Paul McClung (based on original Shocker)
  • Inside Turbo Mode - the Shocker Turbo Mode explained.
  • Sidekick Semi-Auto - Paintballstuff.com

  • The Sidekick Semi-Auto by Bill Mills
  • Soverign - G&H Sterling

  • The Sterling Infosheet at the Agent Orange Homepage
  • Sterling - G&H Sterling

  • The Sterling FAQ by J.T. Shupe
  • Stingray - Brass Eagle

  • The Stingray Toting Internet Group - Everything Stingray including tech guides and troubleshooting
  • The Stingray FAQ
  • Trracer - PMI

  • The P.M.I Trracer FAQ by Ryan McNeilly
  • Tippmann Pro-Am/Pro-Lite/Minilite/Carbine - Tippmann Pneumatics

  • The Tippmann Pro-Am FAQ by Steve Mitchell
  • The Tippmann Pro-Lite FAQ by Justin "Zorko" Grill
  • The Tippmann Carbine FAQ
  • Inside The Tippmann a look at how Carbine, Prolite, and M98 valves work
  • The Pro-Carbine Owners Group
  • Tippman Model 98 - Tippmann Pneumatics

  • 98 Custom and Respose Trigger
  • Model 98 Owner's Group
  • TS-1 - ATS Incorporated

  • TS-1 Owners Group
  • Raptor - Brass Eagle

  • The Raptor Owner's Group
  • The Raptor FAQ By Harrison Poole at ROG
  • Typhoon/Hurricane/Stroker - Palmer's Pursuit Shop

  • Ravi's Typhoon trigger job guide at Ravi Chopra's Homepage
  • Ravi and Mark'sTyphoon FAQ/Infosheet at Ravi Chopra's Homepage
  • Vector - Air Power

  • The Vector FAQ by Nathan Fisher
  • The Vector Trouble Shooting Guide by Michel Power - maintained and updated by Larry Plummer
  • Viper M1 - USA Performance Products

  • The Viper-M1 FAQ by Bill Mills
  • VM68/PMI3 - Benjamin Sheridan

  • The VM FAQ to end all FAQs by Nick Brassard
  • Z1/Mega Z - Montneel Design

    The Z and Mega Z FAQ by Nick Brassard

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