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Old 01-31-2007, 04:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The seller said it was a 1998 fishbone but acording to Pbnation and the thread i started there it isnt, so im hoping you guys can tell me what this is?

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Old 01-31-2007, 04:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Don't know at all what it is, but HOT DAMN!!! That sure is NICE!!!

The anno makes me think eclipse, but it's probably a one-off custom milling job. Never really seen anything like it. Definitely not a fishbone.
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Yeah, it looks nothing like an eclipse as far as the milling but the anno sure does.
Its getting a pumpkit sometime =)
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And a less-goofy back block?

Again, very cool gun. I even dig the wire detent...
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It probably was originally a detentless 97 & older Autococker that someone cut down to Minicocker size, and added a wire detent. The reasons I came to this is because of the missing serial number that would have been cut off if it was cut down to Minicocker size, the wire detent, the countersunk hole for the screw to hold the velocity adjuster, and the piece of sight rail that is next to the feed neck. Just my 98 Pesos.
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I think spyy is pretty much right on.

Looks like a nicely done one off job, even though the anno does look eclipsesque.
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Nice milled body one of. I'd say judging from the ano it's done by KP selective. Who ever did it,did a very nice job and payed some bucks at that time period.
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Old 02-05-2007, 07:36 AM   #8 (permalink)
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thanks all =)

Is kp selective still in buisness?
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PK Selective is still there, but some of the guys who did the anodizing from back then are gone. That and PK is one of the most expensive around. Don't get me wrong though, they're still one of the best guys at doing a nice hard anodize that lasts for a long time.

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PK Selective is still there, but some of the guys who did the anodizing from back then are gone. That and PK is one of the most expensive around. Don't get me wrong though, they're still one of the best guys at doing a nice hard anodize that lasts for a long time.

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PK selective lost their best "Paintball Gun Platers" a few years back, they were the **** back in the day as far as annodizing goes. As to that pattern, it closely resembles patterns done by Belsales/Planet on the Evolution series guns back when splash ano was fashionable.
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