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Old 04-12-2019, 09:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Pneumatic Assist Autococker Front Block

A pump is placed on the front of the Autococker attached to the three-way. You run the pneumatics by working the pump. With an autotrigger you can shoot very, very fast. As I recall one of the first setups like this didn't have a pump, a player had reversed the 3-way rod and put a ring on the end which he worked with a single finger. As I recall this was banned at tourneys?

I used to own a pneumatic assist pump block built by Eric Six (he used it at the Castle Conquest pump defense) Cool concept, never really available in the heyday of the cocker. You had to build them yourself or get an airsmith to fabricate one.
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Brad Nestle is generally thought of as pioneering them. They called them Super Snipers from 94 - 96,97 when the production was brought under Brad's PB Max company. He sold PB Max in 1999 but kept working there. They were known as the Sniper SHO till production ceased in 2008. About 75 - 100 PBMax versions were made. Brad has one of his 1996 models clocked at 13.5 bps back when Tom Kaye was displaying the RT.

TJD's kit differs from the classic builds in that the 3 way is not reversed but integrated into the pump handle. This makes it a little more compact but it I have a few questions on longevity if the body of the 3 way is simply a hole drilled into the plastic/acrylic/composite/whatever pump handle with the barbs tapped into the same material. But they look cool and sell very quickly.
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Ah! I had forgotten about Brad Nestle and the SHO
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