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Old 08-02-2006, 09:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any cocker techs

Anyone want to make a few bucks by putting a new trigger frame and quickswitch and giving my gun a good time/tune? I like using my gun, just not working on it!
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Anyone want to make a few bucks by putting a new trigger frame and quickswitch and giving my gun a good time/tune? I like using my gun, just not working on it!
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The Cocker Owners Group has very good step by step directions on how to maintain and time your cocker. Madcocker also has directions. Both are straight forward and to the point. Heres the website address:http://thecog.bizland.com/
By the way what kind of frame are you trying to install? If you switch from a slider to a swing arm frame you need to reverse the front and rear low pressure hose then retime the gun.
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If you are anywhere near Lancaster County, PA... I'm your man! Shoot me a PM if you want the help!
A 'mag guy working on 'cockers? Blasphemy. j/k
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if your in the southern MO area, I will do it free but I would want you to bring it to a field and be there in person. I do the same for the twibs that I don't like so I have no problem with doing for a MCB'er.


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A 'mag guy working on 'cockers? Blasphemy. j/k
oh no, I would rather shoot a mag but for working on a gun I would prefer to work on a cocker. It's a good thing to because there is never a shortage of cockers that need to be worked on.
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