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Old 04-29-2009, 06:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Some kind of pre 2k cocker.. anyhelp?



Also anyidea on value? Its currently "not working" as I was informed by the current owner. But as you all know Its probably just out of time and needs to be tech'd.
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Old 04-29-2009, 06:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'm not an expert, but I don't recognize the body as being a known custom. From the blocky look and square front end it looks to be an old one though.. (95-96?). Might want to get the serial to confirm that though. I'd personally probably go like $125-$150 assuming the CP reg works.
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anyone else? I asked for the serial number but no answer yet.
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anyone else? I asked for the serial number but no answer yet.
I agree with MaD, it looks to be 96 or older and a custom milling job.
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I disagree - look at the bottom of the body. It's not completely square, it's rounded most of the way.

Probably a 98 or 99.

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looks like might be a home-polished frame, SS boomstick and I think Shock Tec pneus. prob would shoot good when it's timed up.
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I disagree - look at the bottom of the body. It's not completely square, it's rounded most of the way.

Probably a 98 or 99.

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Hard to tell for sure without a serial but I don't necessarily agree with that. One of the tell-tale signs that it would be a pre-98 is the fact that it doesn't have the "ramp" in the site rail in front of the feed. It just has a little bit of the hard corner knocked off. It does have the more rounded body as you described and the hammer lug hole in the top but my argument is that it's a lot easier to take the metal off than to put it on. Hopefully the OP just get the serial.
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my argument is that it's a lot easier to take the metal off than to put it on.
LOL, I was going to write the same response.
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Old 05-01-2009, 07:50 PM   #9 (permalink)
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he didn't respond with the serial # yet. it seems he can't find it? dd: but I may very well be picking it up for a very low price.
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