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|02-08-2008, 05:20 PM||#13 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Now that I've got my hands on it, I can tell this cost a pretty penny back in the day. The trigger job is pretty damn good...no slop, and you can see someone installed a set screw, so somebody who knew what they were doing timed it. Very snappy trigger...very surprising, considering it's a stock frame.
I really like the sight rail milling...it's very intricate. Could use an anno job, I guess, but seems to be fine the way it is. There is a sear lug adjustment hole.
The serial # is only half milled off...I make it as 18515. How old does that make her? I oiled the bolt, and gassed her up. Leak out of the LPR relief hole, but otherwise, everything else seems to be in order. Dare I tear down the Palmer LPR? I'm tempted to just sell her...the PGP I scored out of the deal is all stock and very sweet. It has some cool Benjamin Sheridan faux wood grips...at least, I think they're faux.
|02-09-2008, 01:34 PM||#14 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Jordan Station, Ontario, Canada
Autococker Dating - good resource for dating Cockers.
It puts your Cocker at around the 94/95 mark, by that serial number.
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