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A Benchmark Autococker 45 Frame Engraved for OTP

Here are three photos of a Benchmark Autococker 45 frame that was engraved on the back strap for OTP (On Target Products).

Right side of OTP grip frame with radical grips.
Left side of OTP grip frame with radical grips.

This was on ebay a while back and I snagged it and will eventually determine which Autococker to add it to. Essentially it looks like a stock Autococker 45 frame.

Right side of OTP grip frame with radical grips.
Right side of OTP grip frame with radical grips.

I added the grey “Radical” grips since that is what Brahim Estephan’s Autococker had on it. I’m not sure if Radical was marketing only to paintball or if they were primarily creating grips for firearms but happen to market to paintball as well?

Back strap of OTP engraved Benchmark frame with engraving on back strap shown.
Back strap of OTP engraved Benchmark frame with engraving on back strap shown.

The back of this frame is engraved for OTP. I imagine this was done by OTP (or at least the same person that was engraving other OTP items out of Southern California) and not done by Benchmark.
But I’ve seen Autococker 45 Frames that were either made by Proline, and then later Benchmark engraved on the back strape. A few examples are Bob Long’s Autococker 45 Frames engraved for his Signature Series Autocockers that say, “used by Team Ironmen.” I’ve also seen 45 framed made for both Autocockers and Automags that were engraved for Smart Parts.

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  1. That is not the original sear. We always polished them down so there were no ridges on the back that contacted the hammer lug. Also, I put a Polish line across the top of the sear to identify that I did in fact work on the sear when I removed the frame.

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