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|08-02-2017, 09:23 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2007
Inception FLE cocker *SOLD*
Pictures should explain most of it. Stock autococker internals, AKA bolt, CCM goodies, Palmers pneus. The marker is operational and makes velocity but needs some minor tuning/timing adjustments. I built it and have played with it a few times. I don't play enough to get the issues worked out, and don't foresee doing so.
Biggest issue is that the cocking rod keeps backing out while playing, it is finger tight. I am reluctant to locktite or dent the threads, I will let the new owner decide if they want to do that/part/whatever.
The lug that came with the new trigger timing rod needs to be drilled out on the shaft (not threaded) side. It came new with a burr and won't allow (the shaft) to seat properly. The installed lug is smooth inside, like the old style. It operates fine, but would make adjustment just a touch tricker.
Included with this will be a HUGE bag of cocker rings, a valve tool and other cocker junk I have. I am not motivated to sell for less, or to tool on this marker one bit more. I will not part.
$550 plus actual ship, paypalled or local pickup with dead presidents. No trades, price is firm.
Thanks for looking.
Edit- This marker works fine to play with. It's timed and makes velocity. It holds air. The issue is that while you are playing, the cocking rod will back out if you don't remember to tighten it. It is not an uncommon issue with cockers. A common fix is to put some thread lock on the back of the threads and allow it to dry before reinstalling, thus giving the rod a touch of resistance to stay in the hammer. I am NOT advocating to locktite the cocking rod into the hammer. Others just tighten it past hand tight. I did not want to take a chance of needing a tool to get the rod out.
optional fix offered later in thread, thanks
Second, timing is always subjective. It's timed, it works great to my taste and the several other people whom have borrowed it to shoot. You may not like it. As mentioned, the trigger timing rod lug (3 way lug) is smooth inside, instead of threaded like the new ones are. It works just fine. In order for me to fix that I have to mess up the timing and then fix it. I don't have air, I rarely play, and I am not going to take it out of timing to "repair" what is a minor issue and really doesn't need fixing. I leave that to you and your desire.
In answer to requests for shooting videos: EDIT - If the weather holds I will be at field Aug 19. If it hasn't sold by then, I will try to remember to take video. Next planned date after that will be in Sept. Thanks.
Last edited by punkncat; 08-11-2017 at 09:58 AM.
|08-02-2017, 10:58 AM||#3 (permalink)|
Evil Omen Techmaster
Join Date: Nov 2010
I've seen it in action, super nice setup! Get this man what he wants!
|08-03-2017, 10:49 PM||#9 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2007
All interested buyers note that I put an edit at the bottom. This marker is operational. It is timed. The cocking rod backs out while playing. It is a common, and minor issue.
Please don't think I am trying to pawn off some non operational marker for this price.
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