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Old 01-11-2007, 12:32 PM   #51 (permalink)
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here is my current cocker ensemble.

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Old 01-12-2007, 12:36 PM   #52 (permalink)
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oops! almost forgot the current project

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Old 01-17-2007, 05:14 PM   #53 (permalink)
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Latest pic of my stuff together (but not all of it)
couple of Jackal RDL's, Rudy Dean (chrome) and raw project, couple of pumps, Bob long, phantom, along with others.
and a few others not pictured,
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My pseudo-Palmerized, "parts box" Autococker. It's got a PPS LT valve, full PPS pneumatics, CCM delrin backblock and cocking rod, AKA Lightning Bolt, Extreme Rage roller trigger & sear, and lefty camo SP wood grips (why did SP have to make these grips so damn comfy?)

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Old 02-23-2007, 07:01 PM   #56 (permalink)
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My pseudo-Palmerized, "parts box" Autococker. It's got a PPS LT valve, full PPS pneumatics, CCM delrin backblock and cocking rod, AKA Lightning Bolt, Extreme Rage roller trigger & sear, and lefty camo SP wood grips (why did SP have to make these grips so damn comfy?)

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I have been looking to build an old school cocker like that for a while. Your is so nice and one of my favorite "oldies" guns. It would look sweet as a pumpgun.
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Old 02-23-2007, 11:30 PM   #57 (permalink)
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My WGP Autococker, serial number 8283, which puts it at around 1992.

I took the entire thing apart and put it back together. The brass parts polished up with some Mother's real purty-like. Also, I replaced the stock WGP regs with a palmer's Rock and Stabilizer. I don't know if it is going to work when I air it back up... wish me luck.
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My WGP Autococker, serial number 8283, which puts it at around 1992.

I took the entire thing apart and put it back together. The brass parts polished up with some Mother's real purty-like. Also, I replaced the stock WGP regs with a palmer's Rock and Stabilizer. I don't know if it is going to work when I air it back up... wish me luck.
Lookin' good! I think you're going to have to increase the pressure on the stab, though. That adjuster screw looks like it's all the way out. With all stock internals, that will probably be happiest up around 750-850 psi - the stab should work great up to 900 psi.

Also, if you'd want a shroud to complete the old school look, shoot me a PM. I've got one of the oldies I'd be willing to part with. The only catch is that you'll have to cut a hole in the neophrene to accomodate the rock & knob, but that's nothing a sharp pair of scissors or a razor blade can't fix.
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Lookin' good!...With all stock internals, that will probably be happiest up around 750-850 psi - the stab should work great up to 900 psi.
thanks. I am having a hell of a time with this thing. Perhaps I should take it to a different thread, but...

I have read the stock inline reg is set at 400psi. Isn't 750-800 going to be way too high?

Also, I have the original shroud, neoprene and all.
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thanks. I am having a hell of a time with this thing. Perhaps I should take it to a different thread, but...

I have read the stock inline reg is set at 400psi. Isn't 750-800 going to be way too high?

Also, I have the original shroud, neoprene and all.
That gun was made during the days of unregulated CO2, which is typically around 700-900 PSI (on a moderately warm day). It wasn't until the 2000-ish Autocockers that they were designed to operate on lower pressures (400-ish PSI). Those stock regs weren't standard equipment until about '98 (I think?).
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