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Old 09-15-2006, 08:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Generation X Cocker

I just picked up this mini-cocker with serial number 5247 and apparently, it has been very well maintained.

Anyway, it is a "Generation X Cocker." Has anyone heard of this brand before? It seems to be System X, especially because of the X on the back block and the Gen X thing, but still, I really don't know.

Just wondering what the history of this might be.

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Old 09-15-2006, 08:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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ANS, if I remember right. The ANS pneumatics make me think taht's right.

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Nope, its the first ANS line of cockers appearing in the late 90's. they were followed by the Super X line, then moved to the current Gen X 2 LE, Gen x2, gen X 3 and Gen X 4. that X was their signature mark at the time, and predates system X by about 5 years.
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Old 09-15-2006, 11:51 AM   #4 (permalink)
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It's an ANS Gen X mini cocker like wolf said. It's looks like it's in really good shape as well and should be a good little shooter for you. Congrats!
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Thanks fellas, the information is much appreciated.

I got it and a bunch of stuff (HPA tank, co2 tank, pods, hauler, Dye 2 pc glued barrel, etc., etc.) for $201 shipped off of ebay. I wonder what it's actually worth. If like most cockers now-a-days, about $150 I'd say.
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I love the long drops on the later Gen X's. I really don't like big drops on my guns, but theirs for some reason works for me.

Anywho, cool find. Happy shooting!
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thats a cool gun, mini cockers are nice all around.

Their rams are great.
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