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Stock Autococker and Automag frame hex nut

In this video I demonstrate how to replace the hex nut in a stock Autococker or Automag carbon fiber frame and what parts BacciPaintball offers as replacements for lost hex nuts.

Hex nuts are available here:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/aut1492.html
http://www.baccipaintball.com/aut1493.html

Autococker frames are here:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/autococker-parts/autococker-grip-frames-1.html

And Automag frames are here:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/airgun-designs-automag-parts/automag-grip-frames.html

Find more product videos here:
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJC7papTosfU0nPMPDG9ueQ2f3_h973nF

 

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