Help Me Identify this marker
This is a Pump marker I got at a garage sale for $10. All I can tell you is it says LAPCO on the side. Here are some pictures.
Its very odd looking. The barrel is Really long compared to the marker. I think It may be an OLD Grey ghost or the predecessor to the Grey Ghost.
I need to know if the barrel is threaded or connected some other way. I tried turning it and it didn't turn, the guy also said it had been sitting for a long time so I think it may just need some more force.
well certainly is interesting... how does it load paint... seems like it loads like a duckslide... whatever it is, $10 seems like a great deal for anything lapco...
Well I actually bought it for a friend. I'm going to send it out. Just very interesting and I want to learn about it.
ok well now i am questioning whether it actually is a lapco gun... doesn't look like anything that comes from them... only the lapco back end... the trigger frame looks like a WGP ranger frame... might be a mutt gun? Can we get more pictures of the feedneck (or lack thereof)
This is a picture without the Pump Arm and "Feedneck"
weird... can we get one at the same angle but with the feedneck on (and not holding the pump back)
That is with the bolt forward...Ill get a picture with the arm on.
Bolt Forward(cant see into chamber)...
ok well now i am even MORE confused... it is definately not a lapco (or it is a custom job) as it loads like a duck does, and i don't believe that any of lapco's guns did that... now can you just stick a hopper/10 round in that hole and it will stay? certainly is a puzzler... but AWESOME... i would so want to own it....
I think I'm going to completely disassemble it before I put it back together to ship it out. Maybe some hints in there. No serial number though. That's what makes me feel like its a custom job or a mutt.
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