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Old 01-29-2013, 08:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Autococker Indentification and value

Found this for sale at a local resale shop. Was wondering year and anything specific about it. As well as value. Sorry I dont know a better way to post pics.

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Early gun... going by a lack of ramped sight rail and big back block 94 or 95 likely

It has a rock reg of some sort... 32 degrees or bob long regulator... modern swing frame... and a bent beaver tail
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I'd say 75$'ish.... but that's just me
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Thanks for the info. I've never owned a cocker before, and thought if the price was right I would pick up a project. Is this something that is easily converted to pump if I wanted to go that route?
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Very easy to convert to pump. Simply take of the pneumatics and put on a pump kit. Probably takes about 5 min to do.
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Sounds good. Thanks for the help.
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Be sure to get a pre2k pump kit if it is a pre2k autococker.
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Be sure to get a pre2k pump kit if it is a pre2k autococker.
Its definitely a pre2k (unless previous owner drilled it to 2k spec). The non milled/straight sight rail and bb give it away.
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Just saw the pic. Is it a mini? Can't tell due to the shroud.
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