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User is offline Aug 27 2008 05:39 AM

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Team HammerDown SLK - Commander
36 years old
December 1, 1977
Male Male
North Louisiana
My really hot wife. Screwing up my kids in just the right way. Paintball to the third power. Tuning and upgrading 2k+ Autocockers. Playing Guitar Hero 3 on my Wii until my eyes melt. Teaching Krav Maga/MMA groundfighting. Hiking. Lifting heavy things repeatedly.<br />Other things will have to have questions attached.<br />PM me.

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  1. In Topic: First Cocker, building from scratch

    08 August 2008 - 12:22 PM

    Is that because the bolt I'm showing is made for a stock length body? Or did they just change the style?
  2. In Topic: First Cocker, building from scratch

    08 August 2008 - 12:19 PM

    Ah. You have been possibly reading the Wikipedia entry on Autocockers, yes?

    I honestly can't say. I've never even held an Automag in my hand. My first love was an Autococker, and it probably always will be. Possibly its because the Automags were a bit simpler in parts and design than the 'cocker, but don't quote me on that.
  3. In Topic: First Cocker, building from scratch

    08 August 2008 - 07:39 AM

    On the subject of bolts, I highly recommend an Orange Bolt. You can have it customized down to the length you need, but if you're starting with a stock cocker (which are easy to find on ze internet, and decently cheap), this is a nasty nasty bolt.

    Believe me. You don't find your cocker. It will find you. Mine found me at a random garage sales for 20$ still new in the box (a 2000 cocker!)

    Here's a link.
  4. In Topic: Best Double Trigger for Autococker?

    03 August 2008 - 06:08 PM

    Hrrm. But the 10,000$ question is where can you somewhat reliably find these now?
  5. In Topic: Best Double Trigger for Autococker?

    31 July 2008 - 12:07 PM

    Outside of WGP?



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