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6 Pak by AGD vs the 6 Mag clone…

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Ever heard of a 6Mag? It was a rip off of AGD’s 6Pak built by a company in the UK, an exact clone.

Here is an article that Tom Kaye wrote in to Paintcheck in August 1991.

I cropped the scan and added in two comparison pictures of a 6mag I imported from Norway several years back next to an empty 6pak.

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Ever heard of a 6Mag? It was a rip off of AGD's 6Pak built by a company in the UK, an exact clone.Here is an article…

Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Monday, September 3, 2012

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