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Adventure Game Supplies Comp gun (c.1988-1989)

2012-10-29-ags-undercocking-comp

This undercocking Adventure Game Supplies Comp showed up on So Cal craigslist several weeks back. I tried to purchase it but Woouulf on mcb beat me. I ended up purchasing it from him several days later.

These were a rip off of The Carter comp or the NW Comp and feature a similar pump handle and undercocking system.

AGS made these from likely 1988-1989 with and aluminum (1st version) or delrin (second version) pump. but few were likely made compared to the mass produced devastator.

I have probably seen 2-4 of these.

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