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HokiePB 12-19-2012 10:51 AM

A neat old school cocker
Picked this up a while back, and thought some pics might be nice. Plus I need help ID'ing the 3-way...

The body was powdercoated black and then milled, so it has a neat two-tone effect between the raw aluminum and the gloss black powder-coat. It has a Pro-Line backblock with an integrated beaver tail, a Bob Long humpback grip frame, Cyclone Bolt, DAC Longshot barrel, and an Air America Black Ice regulator.

It's not the oldest body I have in the collection (that one is a 4 digit serial number in the 2000's) but it's pretty low at 18394. It also came with a 12 inch J&J Stainless barrel, and the original pot metal slider with grips.

Here are some pics (please excuse the mud on the grip panels...:rolleyes:)

And here's the 3-way:

Anyone know what type it is?

Hobbes 12-19-2012 11:23 AM

Looks to me like an STO 3-way

Modded-Like-Hell 12-19-2012 02:40 PM

looks like a wgp bodied cococker with some custom lines milled into it... front block looks like an sto one and 3way... taso/bob long frame???

cool looking... ever the top rail was milled off

p-bpat 12-20-2012 12:47 PM

Tourney lock backblock! Sweet.

minimag03 12-24-2012 06:22 PM

The milling looks great, especially with the site rail removed. The Bob Long frame and barrel are nice as well. So the barrel is labeled DAC? I have one for my Automag but it's labeled as a Bob Long Shot barrel or something like that. And I believe the barbs are too small to be a STO 3way. It looks more like the aluminum version of the Belsales Angry 3way. But it looks like it might even be older than on of those.

Where do the Hokies play now that RA closed in Beckley WV?

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