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|08-07-2012, 06:27 PM||#21 (permalink)|
...and some more bolts. Thanks Bacci for most of these photos.
Standard PMI length Better Bolt. Note the channel cut in the bottom to put backspin on the ball:
Cooper-T Black Delrin PMI 1 Undershot bolt - 2.jpg
Cooper-T Black Delrin PMI 1 Undershot bolt - 1.jpg
Cooper-T Black Delrin PMI 1 Undershot bolt - 3.jpg
Cooper-T Black Delrin PMI 1 Undershot bolt.jpg
Standard length EZ Pull bolts. Some with the larger thumb screws and one with the smaller variation. I would guess the smaller thumb screws were on his later designs. I see more of these bolts in NIB condition. Just a guess though, maybe someone else can chime in with more info:
P-Series Cooper-T bolt.jpg
Cooper-T P-series NIB.JPG
Cooper-T PMI 1 bolt.jpg
Cooper-T PMI 1 - 1 bolt.jpg
Same model in black delrin:
Black Delrin Cooper-T PMI 1 bolt.jpg
PGP EZ Pull and an WGP Autococker Better Bolt. A General Joes PGP Centerfire Bolt is on the bottom. Not Cooper-T, but cool as well:
Cooper-t PGP - Autococker bolts.jpg
PGP and PMI length EZ Pulls side-by-side:
Cooper-T PGP-PMI side-by-side.jpg
What looks like a well-used KP2 EZ Pull:
KP2 Cooper-T Bolt.jpg
This last bolt is for a Sniper II. Now, it's not anno'd red, nor does it have "Cooper-T" stamped in the back, but it definitely looks like his handiwork. Maybe someone else knows a little more about it:
Sniper II - Cooper-T Quick release bolt.jpg
Sniper II - Cooper-T Quick release bolt - 2.jpg
Sniper II - Cooper-T Quick release bolt - 1.jpg
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|08-07-2012, 06:56 PM||#22 (permalink)|
A Sniper II with a Cooper-T grey delrin pump handle:
Cooper-T Sniper II pump handle.jpg
Now, I know Cooper-T made the grey ribbed handles, like the one pictured above and the other examples posted before - did he anodize standard Sheridan pump handles his signature red as well? I remember reading on here that he didn't do this, but could not find the thread. Here are some examples of what I'm talking about (one of an early, knurled style and one of the later, ribbed style):
A nickle-plated PMI LB with a Cooper-T back-bottle ASA and EZ Pull - note the pump handle:
Cooper-T PMI 1.jpg
This last one looks like two standard length pump handles glued together and maybe a Cooper-T trigger shoe? Not sure though, as a lot of companies made different color trigger shoes. It definitely completes the look though.
Cooper-T Pump Handle.jpg
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|08-07-2012, 09:23 PM||#23 (permalink)|
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I have a handful of pictures I can add...
Here are a pair of tank valve for making any old tank into an expansion tank. Pretty cool.
I also have this cooper-T "Teeter" valve dual tank remote line.
|08-08-2012, 08:14 AM||#24 (permalink)|
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|08-08-2012, 08:26 AM||#25 (permalink)|
Cooper-T ASA slide valve:
Cooper-T ASA Slide.jpg
ASA Adapter 1.jpg
Valve Cooper-T ASA Slide.jpg
90* ASA to ASA adapter:
Cooper-T 90 ASA to ASA Adapter.jpg
Cooper-T VM68 back-bottle kit (anno'd black):
Cooper-T VM68 Back Bottle kit.jpg
Cooper-T VM68 Back Bottle kit 1.jpg
Cooper-T back-bottom ASA kit, back-bottle ASA, and what looks like his stackable expansion chambers:
Cooper-T brass 'Cocker detents:
Cooper-T Brass Cocker Detents.jpg
And a Cooper-T Valve X-Chamber. I'm not really sure what this is. It reminds me of the Teeter valve posted by Muffinman above:
Cooper-T Valve X-Chamber.png
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|08-08-2012, 12:02 PM||#26 (permalink)|
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the aforementioned 45* adapter with on/off. Just sold it.
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|08-08-2012, 04:00 PM||#27 (permalink)|
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|08-09-2012, 04:01 AM||#28 (permalink)|
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My beloved P68SC-T, with Cooper-T RVA and Better Bolt, which we always called the undershot bolt. These were popular back in the day when honed barrels were common. Most modern barrels, even new, have such a bad finish that they kill the spin before the ball leaves the barrel. This one would lift as much as any flatline or apex.
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|08-09-2012, 11:38 PM||#29 (permalink)|
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from my old sales thread:
always loved chauncey's work, i run underspin bolts in my 3 primaries, one of which i bought from him shortly before he died for my first build. they work great in well polished stock sheridan brass, man was a genius. had him make me a bulk fill adapter for my k2, a measurement was off (based on his kp3) so it wouldn't work, he passed before i could send it back for tweeking, still haven't had the heart to fix it myself
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|08-10-2012, 08:31 AM||#30 (permalink)|
I have a black 45 adapter with an on/off(same knurled knob as on the manifolds). I'll have to snap a pic.
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