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Old 08-07-2012, 05:27 PM   #21 (permalink)
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...and some more bolts. Thanks Bacci for most of these photos.

Standard PMI length Better Bolt. Note the channel cut in the bottom to put backspin on the ball:

Cooper-T Black Delrin PMI 1 Undershot bolt - 2.jpg
Cooper-T Black Delrin PMI 1 Undershot bolt - 1.jpg
Cooper-T Black Delrin PMI 1 Undershot bolt - 3.jpg
Cooper-T Black Delrin PMI 1 Undershot bolt.jpg

Standard length EZ Pull bolts. Some with the larger thumb screws and one with the smaller variation. I would guess the smaller thumb screws were on his later designs. I see more of these bolts in NIB condition. Just a guess though, maybe someone else can chime in with more info:

P-Series Cooper-T bolt.jpg
Cooper-T P-series NIB.JPG
Cooper-T PMI 1 bolt.jpg
Cooper-T PMI 1 - 1 bolt.jpg

Same model in black delrin:

Black Delrin Cooper-T PMI 1 bolt.jpg

PGP EZ Pull and an WGP Autococker Better Bolt. A General Joes PGP Centerfire Bolt is on the bottom. Not Cooper-T, but cool as well:

Cooper-t PGP - Autococker bolts.jpg

PGP and PMI length EZ Pulls side-by-side:

Cooper-T PGP-PMI side-by-side.jpg

What looks like a well-used KP2 EZ Pull:

KP2 Cooper-T Bolt.jpg

This last bolt is for a Sniper II. Now, it's not anno'd red, nor does it have "Cooper-T" stamped in the back, but it definitely looks like his handiwork. Maybe someone else knows a little more about it:

Sniper II - Cooper-T Quick release bolt.jpg
Sniper II - Cooper-T Quick release bolt - 2.jpg
Sniper II - Cooper-T Quick release bolt - 1.jpg
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