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Old 08-24-2010, 01:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Identifying Old School Pump related parts.

Recently came across a box of some old school nelson and sheridan based parts that I'll be listing for sale here as soon as I'm able to figure out what certain parts are. Any help identifying the following parts would be greatly appreciated.

A) Cooper-T ASA (red) with 3 retaining screws, which platform?


B) 12g Puncture/Plugs? with spacer, which is also a different thread pitch?


C) LAPCO Vert. ASA's for which platform? note concave top.



D) Body tubes? if so, which platform?
Description: One is 8" in length and one is 4" in length, both roughly 3 1/4" OD, both have 2 set screws, one on each of the "Arms".



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Old 08-24-2010, 01:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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A. Cooper-T rear ASA Adapter with velocity adjuster. Should fit any of the back bottle Sheridan / PMIs

B. Quick change adapters. The collar replaces the 12g plug on a PMI / Sheridan and the longer plug goes into the collar. They just take less turns to change a 12g.

C. Lapco Vertical Adapters. 95% sure those are for Spyders

D. Sheridan / PMI barrel extensions.


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Old 08-24-2010, 05:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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A. Cooper-T rear ASA Adapter with velocity adjuster. Should fit any of the back bottle Sheridan / PMIs

B. Quick change adapters. The collar replaces the 12g plug on a PMI / Sheridan and the longer plug goes into the collar. They just take less turns to change a 12g.

C. Lapco Vertical Adapters. 95% sure those are for Spyders

D. Sheridan / PMI barrel extensions.


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Thanks for taking the time to address my post. As far as the Vert. ASA's, I didn't even think of Kingman ('95ish)! but that was about the last time I saw most of these parts. As far as selling, yes...I'll be listing a whole load of powertubes, valve retaining screws, cupseals, various other pump gun type hard parts, unfortunately no guns or barrels. Keep an eye on the Misc Section under the classified section.

Thanks again for your time.
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Those are definitely Lapco vertical adapters for the old full bodied Spyders...nicest ones made too as long as you don't need a pin depresser for vert. air
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I used to have one of those barrel extensions for an old PGP. Those things are great
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Those are definitely Lapco vertical adapters for the old full bodied Spyders...nicest ones made too as long as you don't need a pin depresser for vert. air
No pin depressor? I guess that bleed hole is kind of pointless then... lol
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No pin depressor? I guess that bleed hole is kind of pointless then... lol

Nope,they are just a straight air passage...the brass nut inside is all that turns when you put it on the gun so keeps it from having tool marks outside.The bleed hole just tells you if the o-ring on whatever is screwed into it is bad
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B) 12g Puncture/Plugs? with spacer, which is also a different thread pitch?

that is quick changer plug for pgp p68sc or any other pmi 1 guns. that use 12 gram under barrel.

now on to my main question with that pacer work to make pgp quick change in to p68sc quick changer.
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Nice parts.

I am very interested in one from A and B when you are ready to sell.
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I am also interested in the other from B when you are ready to sell. PM me in case I miss the sale thread? Thanks
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