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Old 09-21-2012, 04:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Autococker eye install

Ive searched and searched threads in hopes of finding a similar thread with no luck. I'm fairly new to autocockers and need help installing break beam eyes on my '04 prostock I bought couple years ago on eBay. Need to know if there's a template for drilling, I live in a twn with a nearby gunsmithing shop that can do the work just need help getting started, Please help!
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Old 09-21-2012, 04:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Because of the number of ruined autococker bodies out there, I believe Velcor has vanquished the internet of all of the references and drilling templates.

Seriously though, while a prostock body isn't that rare or sought after, drilling holes in it will just devalue it. There are a slew of drilled bodies out there which no one wants (or are severly devalued) because of the eye holes. My suggestion would be to look for a pre-drilled body. Many folks would be happy to trade you for an undrilled one. Finding one drilled for break beam eyes might be a bit more difficult.

As far as being helpful with your actual question... I can't find one offhand. I know the race guns used break beam and there were supposedly templates in the manual but I can't find an active link to one offhand. Might want to drop a note on customcockers to see if someone has a copy.
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