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flood152 11-25-2012 03:33 PM

Auto or MiniCocker?
 
Got a gun I'm going to be selling soon, but I don't really know to much about it. I guess I'm just trying to figure out the pneumatics on it and is it a Mini or Auto? Serial number 4021. The gun is in mint condition, I did try firing it and it does need to be timed. It's like it shoots when I release the trigger. Any ideas of value would be great too. Thanks guys.

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howdy 11-25-2012 03:41 PM

Ans jackhammer lpr, clippard ram, bomb 3way and lpc in which I forget the brand. It's a mini sized body. As for value, you should be able to get 250-300 out of it.

HokiePB 11-25-2012 04:19 PM

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Originally Posted by howdy (Post 2543695)
Ans jackhammer lpr, clippard ram, bomb 3way and lpc in which I forget the brand. It's a mini sized body. As for value, you should be able to get 250-300 out of it.

The LPC looks like an early Shocktech. I have one just like than on a similarly ano'd vertfeed minicocker.

maggot 11-25-2012 04:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by howdy (Post 2543695)
Ans jackhammer lpr, clippard ram, bomb 3way and lpc in which I forget the brand. It's a mini sized body. As for value, you should be able to get 250-300 out of it.

That's higher than you should expect in the current market. I would appraise that at $175 - $235

Deuce 11-25-2012 04:45 PM

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Originally Posted by maggot (Post 2543742)
That's higher than you should expect in the current market. I would appraise that at $175 - $235

Agreed, and even then you'd only see that range from someone that seriously desired the ano, which is very cool IMO.

The Inflicted 11-26-2012 02:13 PM

As howdy said, this is a mini-sized body.

The way to tell is to look at the front of the gun where the vertical ASA attaches.
A full-sized autococker body will have about an inch of metal extending below the barrel before the frontblock, under which the vertical ASA attaches.
On a minicocker, that material is lopped off, so the frontblock begins immediately under the barrel and the vertical ASA (if it has one) is connected directly into, if not built into the frontblock itself.

This particular minicocker body is from before 1998, as evidenced by the squarish edges along the bottom of the body. The ramped sight rail, fake pump arm slot, and bolt tube gills/windows are all custom milling features typical of airsmiths in the mid '90s.


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