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Automag Booyah E-LCD Frame

Here is a quick video showing a quick test of the ELCD frame on a Minimag.

Boo Yah E LCD frame for AGD Automags.
Boo Yah E LCD frame for AGD Automags.

According to youtube user “reignick1133,” this is a BooYah ELCD. Reignick1133 writes:
“That’s not a Hyperframe, it’s a Booyah E-LCD frame. You need some serious industrial grade 9 volt batteries to power it as your standard drug store Duracells just won’t cut it.”

On Off Assembly from the Booyah frame.
On Off Assembly from the Booyah frame.

Could of things I didn’t notice as I was filming this. I had hit the on off lever for my air connection (which is hidden on the other side of the automag). I think this pressure cut off is why it stopped working on Semi auto.┬áThis frame does use a specific on off assembly which can be seen above.

Find this frame for sale on baccipaintball at http://www.baccipaintball.com/agd0613.html

Find more Automag parts on baccipaintball at http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/automag.html

And Automag articles at https://paintballhistory.com/tag/automag

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