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Paintball Museum Spotlight - AGD - Air Gun Designs Sydarm

Sydarm

 

Manufacturer: AGD - Air Gun Designs
Year: 1992

The Sydarm was made for police and military training. It uses a modified Automag valve made out of aluminum and has special chambers milled into it to deliver air from a 12 gram. The spring loaded magazine held 8 rounds. The barrel was a twist lock design, but due to the orientation of the breech hole, custom barrels had to be made for it. The rarity of this marker stems from its expense and that after a point it was only sold to qualified police and military dealers.

In 2004, AGD re-released the Sydarm for public sale. An added feature to the original design is their Tac-rail, which allows tactical accessories such as a flashlight to be added.

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03.08.17
Just added the DSDS Model 494 and the Sidekick Semi

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