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Old 04-10-2011, 11:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey guys.

I got this gun a long time ago. It had a copper pipe elbow feed thing on it when I got it, but I took that off, sanded all the solder off, shined it up, all that mess. There's some body damage on it, which you'll see in the pictures. It's not all that bad, but it is there. It does air up with no leaks, and fires fine. Not sure about velocity, but it does fire. Now, there's no feed system. I was going to get a feed tube, but never got around to it. What you see is that you get. It didn't come with grips when I got it. It also has a cooper T bolt in it, which makes it very smooth. I think I was told it was drilled so it could be used with constant air with a dummy 12gram. I think that's why the hole is in the lower tube. It doesn't affect the functionality of the gun. It does need a safety spring and the little ball. Those were gone when I got it. This is TOTALLY a Titus special *hint hint*



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It's not NEAR as bad in person as it looks in the pictures, trust me.

As far as a price goes, I'm thinking...... $80 shipped. If that's way to high for what I have, lemme know. What you see is that you get.

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$60 shipped. Since it doesn't have a feed tube or grips, and the safety doesn't work.


Also, what style internals is it
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I can answer the internal question. It has the older style valve with use for 12 grams.
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Hmm, Cooper-T eh? What's the difference from a stock Speed Demon bolt?
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Cooper ts are a bit smoother and are known to be nice Also what it does is push the ball a little farther in the breech using a pin, to move the ball away from the exhaust port between the tubes
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Sorry I let this thread go on for so long... Been away from the computer. This thing has been sold. Thanks for all y'alls interest.
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