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Replacing the Safety Spring in an Automag Frame

Here is a quick tutorial on how to replace the safety spring on an AGD Automag frame. I recommend a shorter spring for this style frame since the allen screw takes up some of the space in the hole. Later style sheridan frames also use a shorter spring because they also use an allen screw. 

This same procedure works to replace the trigger safety spring in a Sheridan frame but the Sheridan frame lacks a set screw to hold the spring in so you will need a slightly longer spring.

Find Automag parts here:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/airgun-designs-automag-parts.html

Find Sheridan parts here:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/pump-parts/sheridan-pump-parts.html

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