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Old 11-28-2010, 01:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Frame Identification

I recently picked up a box of misc autococker parts from my local shop. Included was a trilogy pro with this slider frame attached. It has the VL emblem on the grips but I don't recall viewloader ever making slider frames. It is painted black is chipping and looks like poop but I still want to know what it is.

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Old 11-28-2010, 02:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Looks like a stock cocker frame with VL grips on it.
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Ahk thats what I was thinking. Pretty sure its one of the metal sliders from the original sniper.

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Ahk thats what I was thinking. Pretty sure its one of the metal sliders from the original sniper.
sort of. the very earliest snipers where a non-sliding trigger. after the advent of the "autococking" system, they moved to a sliding frame, but was metal. it wasn't till 96-97ish that they frames went from the metal frame that you have to the carbon-fiber frame. its a nice vintage piece, especially for someone fixing up a old cocker/sniper.
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98 STO's came with those frames and grips.
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