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A mysterious (broken) early Automag foamie bolt

I found this flat nose automag bolt in a batch of parts I received. I was unsure what level bolt it would be or if it was even a factory AGD bolt.

flat nose automag bolt
Strange flat nose Automag bolt.

Looking at the nose of this automag bolt you can see that it is not recessed for a foamie. I asked if anyone remembered this style and I received a bunch of replies verifying it was not a lvl 5 bolt.

Tom Kaye of AGD ended up replying to the post and explaining it was actually a broken Automag foamie bolt.

Kaye writes, “Its a broken bolt, the center has shifted forward.”

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