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A 96 Super Cocker with a Prototype Air America Integrated Regulator

96 splash super cocker with prototype Air America integrated regulator in placed of the asa. 

Super Cocker with prototype Air America vertical asa regulator.
Super Cocker with prototype Air America vertical asa regulator.

This Autococker came from Scott Pastorino of Air America. The pneumatics and frame will like be changed eventually.

Ted Mikrut, previously associate with Air America writes, “When at AA I did a series of prototypes for both the cocker and mini cocker of integrated regs. I don’t know HOW they got out since they should have never gone anywhere outside the warehouse.”

Ted goes on to write, “Scott was my second in command in the shop before he went back to college.
He and I designed and developed the Messiah all the way down to the 3 different fonts used in the Messiah logo. If you look closely at the reg on that gun you’ll see that the piston housing (red part) has been cut down in length. Which is why I wanted to know where is came from…in essence it’s a double prototype (one for the integrated reg/asa and two for the beginning of the Messiah design process) “

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