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Old 02-22-2013, 02:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 02-22-2013, 05:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Perrrrrty.

This is super rough, but I would easily say at least two hundred. That's the floor, I don't kno what the ceiling is.
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The ceiling is 350 or so.

That's an interesting example. Is that a factory anodizing scheme?
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Is the picture imposed or is it a true wrong hand feed?
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Perrrrrty.

This is super rough, but I would easily say at least two hundred. That's the floor, I don't kno what the ceiling is.
define super rough ?

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The ceiling is 350 or so.

That's an interesting example. Is that a factory anodizing scheme?
Yes, its a Factory anno. It looks similar to the anno's done on the MicroMags, minus the black dots/sponge.




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Is the picture imposed or is it a true wrong hand feed?
Define Imposed, and thats actually a powerfeed, it is attached with 2 screws on the back like the VMX and the Micro Mags were.



Considering there arent too many Microcockers out there and I have never seen one in this anno pattern, I would say the prices you gents are quoting is rather cheap. The owner will sell it, but not for less then 700.00 firm. The rarity alone is what he is going on.

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I've never seen a PTP with the powerfeed facing the right side of the body, the second picture looks correct to me. Either way F'n cool marker, and I've only seen one other with an anno job like that but it was a bob long cocker.
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The ceiling is 350 or so. Rarity doesn't equal desirability... Use the search function. More complex anno patterns ask 325. Cocker value overall has been on a decline.

I thought you said that YOU were the owner. And if you already think you know what it's worth, then why are you asking us?!?
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I've never seen a PTP with the powerfeed facing the right side of the body, the second picture looks correct to me. Either way F'n cool marker, and I've only seen one other with an anno job like that but it was a bob long cocker.

The first picture is mirrored. The DYE on the grip is backwards, the digits in the serial number are reversed and the 3 way arm is on the wrong side of the body.


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I thought you said that YOU were the owner. And if you already think you know what it's worth, then why are you asking us?!?
I acquired this little gem - does not make me the owner. It just means it was in my possession (mainly to take the pictures).

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The ceiling is 350 or so. Rarity doesn't equal desirability... Use the search function.
Worth is based on what it means to whomever has it or wants it. I was merely seeking another opinion. I did do a search and came up with many people asking the same question, but to no avail, no replies. So I figured I would give it a shot. I work with the new owner of it and that was the price he put on it, not me. It's so much easier to pass the info on in a first person perspective then to carry on a he said, she said post. But then again, did anyone pick-up that Belsales Evo Cocker with the Banzai Greean Splash job for 4500.00 a few weeks ago ? Ohh wait, rarity doesn't equal desirability

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Well, there's always that one guy who might actually pay. If he thinks it's worth $700, maybe he'll get a nibble. I'd question the guy who laid down the cash, but maybe...

Did someone actually pay $4,500 for that 'cocker, or was it just listed? I can't think of a single 'cocker worth anywhere near that. Even Westwoods and Auroras seem to stay in the $2k range at most...
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