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Old 01-08-2013, 10:46 PM   #21 (permalink)
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i'd call it a 'transitional model k-whatever' remember the stock changes out with a single screw, might have been swapped, looks a lot like a bluestreak stock with the front as squared off as it is... i doubt the lower tube's been shortened, there'd likely be a brass stripe in the ebonal finish of the barrel if it were. interesting conversation piece, needs a stickfeed
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all the metal elements scream early kp3, though i usually see triple slot barrels paired with square back trigger blocks & 2 screw trigger guards. without seeing more of it, i'd throw my vote in with kp3 with a swapped in bluestreak stock... not that it changes anything, still needs a stickfeed
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All kp2s had the slopped trigger block with rocker safety. Kp3s had the circular/rounded one. Its a k-series as chplnstone stated.
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I believe these are the pictures of Chad's MIB KP2DF, that snaparen spoke of. The box shown in the top picture, that reads "KP2 DF", is the box for the one that is pictured in the bottom picture.

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Old 01-09-2013, 09:18 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Interesting, thanks for the responses. The lower tube has not been shortened and the stock has not had a tank bracket, those things I am certain of. However I agree it's possible that the brass could be KP3 model and the stock could have been changed... But as far as I'm aware no modifications/changes have been made to the marker, as this was told to me when when I purchased it.

I would like to think that I'm lucky to have a rare breed of KP2 DF but I suppose there may not be a way to tell for sure. I found a 'KP2 DF' on the Pbnation forums that looks very similar to mine. Only difference to me is the stock seems to be a lighter color.

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It's a late model KP-2 DF.
To clarify my reasoning (besides the fact that I was around when both came out circa 88-90 IIRC)...the late model KP-2 DF and KP-3 are the same gun. The only difference is that the KP-3 had constant air.

You have to realize that at the time constant air was a pretty expensive option to have on a gun. Also, probably half of the players used 12 grams and DF (on Nelsons/Sheridans). The KP-2 DF was the more affordable option of the K-series.

There are ads in APG from around that time picturing the KP-2 DF too.

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^^^^Looks like some concrete proof! That's a nice ad!
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