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Old 04-09-2014, 07:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What kind of Autococker is this?




Could anyone help me identify what kind of autococker this may be and also price? This was given to me by a customer.
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Old 04-09-2014, 08:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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BBTs, Carters and 32* have all had similar milling to that - I don't remember seeing a P-block version of any of those, though.

For what it's worth I've encountered two markers with full backblocks and the same body milling, factory equipped with the Taso humpback 45 frame on yours. Chances are it's original.

Bolt and barrel are TASO as well.
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whats withthe wiring?
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That rotating bolt pin is a BBT thing though.
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That rotating bolt pin is a BBT thing though.
Good call didn't even look at that - basically guarantees it's a BBT when coupled with the milling. Makes sense with the Pblock too - they loved that while 32* and Carter never really did much with them.
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Does it have a vent hole cut in the breech?
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There is a hole on the side where you can see the hammer.
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There is a hole on the side where you can see the hammer.
That's to adjust a grub screw on the hammer which locks the cocking rod and/or sear lug in place.

It was a common enough thing on common in the early to mid 90s - I rarely see that on later bodies like this one.
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Did Carter never do this type of bolt retention? It's worth noting that the early DYE Autocockers (that I believe Carter had a hand in) used this system as well. The milling on this looks Carter to me...
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