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Old 09-20-2017, 04:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Identify marker please

Old autococker, was advised it.was a Bob Long 1989, that seems off to me. Need to ID so I purchased the correct internals. Recommendation on internals, bolt, regs would be great too. Thanks for your time

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Old 09-20-2017, 04:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Whats the serial number? It will be on the passenger side near the vertical asa.

We can check what exact year it was made with that.
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It's 100% not an autococker as there are no pneumatics , it's a sniper. Anyways looks pre 98 to me and most likely uses the smaller valve spring which can be a pain to get. I'd say it's not a custom gun or boblong.
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Pneumatics were sold, they were labeled palmers pursuit shop. Serial looks like 3647. Worked fine as a cocker but right at the end started leaking out of the trigger area, I want to fix that. Got a pre98 slice kit on there and would like to run a bucket changer direct if possible. See pics and I do appreciate the feedback, thanks

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It is a very late 89 or an early-mid 1990 Sniper II.

https://pastehtml.com/view/c9halptdq.html

EDIT: Someone probably put pneumatics on it after it was made to make it a mech, and then you or whoever you bought them from sold them off of it.

Is it paint or anodizing that is on the body?
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It is a very late 89 or an early-mid 1990 Sniper II.

https://pastehtml.com/view/c9halptdq.html

EDIT: Someone probably put pneumatics on it after it was made to make it a mech, and then you or whoever you bought them from sold them off of it.
Wow, thank you. Now to find internals, bolt and what not. Suggestions?

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Really if you are planning to run a direct bucket changer you should probably use that stock bolt and valve.

If you pull the valve (you need a valve tool to do it) and post a picture we can confirm that it is the stock valve, which is good for co2.
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Old 09-20-2017, 09:27 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Paint, the guy who.gave it to me said it was given to him by an opposing player after a tournament after they lost to them. He did say he had palmers make the block. I tried to give it back to him several times for months. He insisted I make it a pump and enjoy it.

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Oh, and it's paint. Peeling rapidly.

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