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    Pro-Team Products MicroMag Identification Guide

    This guide is intended for educational purposes; to properly identify the various generations of MicroMag and understand their compatibility with various parts and accessories. My hope is that this will help MicroMag owners and potential buyers, as well as helping sellers to properly list their MicroMag. Every variety and style of MicroMag is listed, first the Pro-Team Products factory models by generation, then various modified models and clones below. Images and text are property of the artist/author; feel free to save this for personal use, but please ask before reproducing in print or online.

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    Wtb unique mag body

    Not a custom body, but I have a slug body you can have machined into what you want.

    JMD00 Today, 12:21 AM Go to last post

    Troubleshooting Leak

    Sounds more like a body o-ring (#31 in the pic below). Even if it's new, sometimes it just doesn't fit right, especially with aftermarket regulators.

    rawbutter Yesterday, 11:50 PM Go to last post

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    Yes, you could hear it, but if the problem is happening with both on/off assemblies, then you're right. It's probably something else like the sear sticking,

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