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Autotrracer trigger plates vs Pre 98 Autococker

Autotrracers are neat because they allow a nelson pump to use a Autococker slide frame.
In this post are several photos comparing Autotrracer Trigger Plates to a pre 98 Cocker slide trigger plate.

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WGP Autotrracer trigger plate on left, wgp pre 98 trigger plate on the right

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WGP pre 98 trigger plate on top of WGP Autotrracer trigger plate.

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Another shot of a WGP pre 98 trigger plate on top of WGP Autotrracer trigger plate.

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WGP Autotrracer trigger plate on left, wgp pre 98 trigger plate on the right .
 
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WGP Autotrracer trigger plate in pre 98 cocker frame.
 
Top view of autotrracer trigger plate
Top view of WGP Autotrracer trigger plate in pre 98 cocker frame.
 
Nelson 007 with ranger rail and cocker slide frame.
 
007 that came assembled (in this configuration) with a bunch of WGP parts. 
Has Ranger Rail milled on the sides with WGP pre 98 trigger frame, wgp style 007 pump, ranger internals. 
Shoots nice. Trigger spring sometimes comes slightly out. Sear on hammer was cut from ranger setup to work with this trigger and frame.
 
 
Nelson 007 with ranger rail and cocker slide frame 2.Another photo of the slide trigger Cocker frame 007.
part 007 with a ranger rail and cocker frame.
Slide trigger 007 I assembled. Shown with ranger back bottle, knurled pump. Rail is cut down in front to work with this pump handle.
 

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