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Catching up & Firpo with a Navarone Cocker

I’ve been really busy with non paintball work over the last week so I have fallen a little behind on packages.  

Everything before Wednesday has been shipped as of Wednesday or Tuesday.  Orders from Wednesday till today will be going out Monday. 

I will be catching up on emails/questions tomorrow and hopefully getting some more editing in, still have probably 30 videos that need editing!

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Here is a frame export of Tim Firpo @ Paintball Tek dot com talking about classic components featured on early Autocockers. 

CKO and I did a test firing video of this Navarone Autococker which will be pretty entertaining!

As usual, any problems or questions please let me know! Thanks everyone!

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