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Pro-Team Products - 68Micromag Information
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Pro-Team Products
28 Stroudwater Street
Unit 19
Westbrook, ME 04092

Fax: (207) 797-8205
Email: sales@proteamproducts.com
Website: http://proteamproducts.com/
Features: AGD's A.I.R. Valve, .45 Grip Frame, Aluminum Construction, Integrated Sight Rail, Removable Powerfeed System, and Removable Barrel (WGP Threads). Older versions had a fixed barrel.
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 Release Date: Unknown
 MSRP: $350.00
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Pro-Team Products 68Micromag I'd bought a MicroMag when the Gen2 guns first came out. I had the first one in Wisconsin with a removable barrel. Functionally, the gun was standard AutoMag, with the MicroMag body and Benchmark...
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Length of use: Less than 6 months
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Value:
  • Currently 3/5 stars.
Price paid: $500.00
Pros: Advanced for its time, Cocker threaded
Cons: Needed lots of help to be a useful gun
I'd bought a MicroMag when the Gen2 guns first came out. I had the first one in Wisconsin with a removable barrel. Functionally, the gun was standard AutoMag, with the MicroMag body and Benchmark frame. I found the trigger to be uncomfortable. At a time when vertical feed was the way of the future, PTP went with a powerfeed. I had pretty bad velocity spikes, once exceeding 500fps. Had the gun come with a standard vertical handle, expansion chamber, or other vertical foregrip of some sort, it would have been worlds more comfortable to shoot. The MicroMag is one of the few guns I've ever bought new, and while it was pretty good for its time, it can't hold a candle to more modern and smoother guns.
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