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SuperHiQuality87 11-29-2006 03:05 AM

Cool Cocker mod. (dig it!)
 
I'm really surprised that i've NEVER seen anyone do this before, but I have this nagging feeling that i'll be seeing is a little more after I post these pictures. :rolleyes: :D

Behold:

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y20...t/DSCF2076.jpg
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y20...t/DSCF2077.jpg

The stock had to be cutout from the inside and I had to open up the bottom to let the bottom of the frame through; that way, the accessory holes are still accesible. I countersunk the mounting holes on the stock as well, and got some really nice SS screws to to the job. I also countersunk the rear mounting hole on the gripframe, because otherwise it would dig into one's hand in a most uncomfortable way. That was also replaced with a really nice SS screw. I plan to contour the stock a tiny bit around the grip area because with my slightly bigger hands, I could still stand a bit more breathing room. Overall, It feels great! It's nicley balanced and goes with the rest of the marker quite well, I think. I'm also thinking about countersinking the beavertail screw eventually. Mabe.

I know, it's nothing that crazy, but it's still pretty awesome. Right? RIGHT?

:p
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Altec 11-29-2006 03:48 AM

Very nice! I've been wanting to mod a cocker frame, and Crosman stock for a little while now.

PolarMonkey 11-29-2006 03:55 AM

I like it, looks like it was meant to be like that. For some reason I get the feeling that you like countersinking and really nice SS screws. :)

SuperHiQuality87 11-29-2006 04:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by PolarMonkey (Post 61939)
I like it, looks like it was meant to be like that. For some reason I get the feeling that you like countersinking and really nice SS screws. :)

[whiteflag] You got me! [/whiteflag]

haha

will

Railgun 11-29-2006 01:29 PM

Nicely done fer sure!

Where'd you get that ancient muzzle brake from? Or is this cocker THAT old? Could well be I suppose since it's got an expansion tank instead of a regulator on there.

And where's the gas supply going to go?

SuperHiQuality87 11-29-2006 01:42 PM

Heres how old she is; guess for yourself.. (92-94ish?)
http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y20...ker/serial.jpg

As for the muzzle brake and expantion chamber, the brake I got from Bacci's parts sale and the chamber is somthing I just had lying around when I got the marker. I've heard the older ones are a bit better with co2 that way. Works for me fine anyway.. Somthing I like about that chamber a lot is that on the bottom of the chamber, there is actually ANOTHER asa built right in. I've never seen another one but I think it's a great design. And the way it's angled, a 20oz-sized tank fits perfectly under the gripframe. I might change it someday but it balances out pretty well for now.

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WilD 11-29-2006 02:25 PM

I dig it! It really looks fantastic.

Phantom Power 11-29-2006 02:58 PM

My Autococker has serial number 19068 and is from '94, so I'd say yours is probably late '94 or '95.

Good job on the stock mod too. I personally don't find those crosman stocks to be comfortable at all, but they look cool.

Bored383 11-29-2006 03:02 PM

thats super cool

Murph 11-29-2006 03:04 PM

You've got a pro-team intruder expansion chamber on there. I've been contemplating throwing a 90 degree adaptor and one of those on my VM.


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