How much would this automag be worth? Seller says it has been sitting for 10 years, and therefor doesn't work. He says noid still clicks and board works, but the orings are destroyed and he said the hoses are broken too.
"DM6pb64: Dont you know that 80% of pb players are overweighted basement neckbeard dwellers"
Yeah I saw that guy selling it in his gear bag sale. I was tempted to buy it for the $100 he was asking, but it's a real gamble.
The frame is called a BooYah frame and it's like a Spyder electric frame in that it has a small noid that clicks the automag sear. They are fun frames because they can go full auto. The issue with them is that they eat batteries and really need rechargeable batteries. The other thing is that trigger is very strange. It's one of the only electronic triggers I've never been able to walk. It has a very heavy switch and really needs both fingers to click it.
As for the rest of gear... it's a mag so it can be rebuilt pretty easy if you know what you are doing. A stock mag like that is worth around $75-80 if it works. The Booyah frame could sell for around $50-60 pretty fast if it's cleaned up and working.
If you don't know much about mags then you might want to stay away. It might be a fast flip if you know how to get it back up and running. Hope that helps.
Okay. I think I may go for it if I get a good price. I'm going to try and get the price lowered a bit. If I can get it down enough, I'll clean it up, get it shooting, and then either flip it or fall in love and upgrade it
I had one of those , the Booyah can be really annoying , you need an 9.6 volt battery in super condition , also it ran good with Level 7 bolt , as I tried to put
an Level 10 bolt kit in it I had real trouble, I think the noid is not strong enough
to push the on/off in , what results when you play and it runs finally , it suddenly
just stops in the middle of the game. But if you planning on playing rock hard paint and your loader is fast than it rocks really ... for such an old bone anyways...