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Old 06-22-2007, 03:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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what marker is this?

i was cleaning out my my friends garage a few days ago for a yard sell. didnt know he played pb but found this

he says he use to play like 10-15yrs ago and said i could have this if he wanted. isnt sure if it even works or what it is

can someone identify this for me? and should i keep it or sell it or just trash it?

sry i cant take a better pic. my cam sucks but hopefully the color contrast from the carpet will make it better to see

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Old 06-22-2007, 04:08 AM   #2 (permalink)
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is it double barreled?

Looks like a gotch-ya deuce:
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If you like it, keep it, if not sell it, but definitely don't trash it.
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is it double barreled? the only marker i could find on vintage rex was gotch-ya Deuce.
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no, single barreled pump.
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Hmm, is that lettering on the grip frame at the rear? if so, what's it say?
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Old 06-22-2007, 04:20 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Actually, I think I can barely make out the Gotch-Ya splat logo on the trigger frame. They did make a single barrel called the "Ace" (which could be what is lettered on the frame), but that doesn't look like the pictures I've seen of them.
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Also looks like it's got a pump 12gram changer on it as well...quite the nice find I'd say.
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edit: err no wait hang on. lawl grabbed the wrong marker

got my posts mixed up, yes it says "ace"

does anyone know what the thing on the back is? is that a stock? i cant find an asa, dunno where air goes
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Very cool...definitely try to borrow someone's camera and snap some better pics of that one.
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edit: err no wait hang on. lawl grabbed the wrong marker

got my posts mixed up, yes it says "ace"

does anyone know what the thing on the back is? is that a stock? i cant find an asa, dunno where air goes

Does it take 12 grams perhaps? That thing on the back looks like a 12 gram changer.
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Looks like it has a slam changer. This is a great find. Keep it. They are easy to work on too. Just a Nelson valve train. If you don't want it, shoot me a decent price.
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