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A Custom Pacific / Kapp Autococker or a Jeff Orr Custom?

Purchased this Autococker off a seller in Northern California last week. Based on the sellers location (about 5 miles from Pacific Paintball and KAPP) I assumed it was a lightly milled custom Kapp Autococker but now I’m not so sure. 

Left side view of a Kapp autococker or a Jeff Orr Cocker

After receiving the cocker yesterday it has a little more milling than I expected. The body is lightened on either side with dual larger pump rod slots and the top of the body is cut to give the sight rail more height.

Right side view of a Kapp autococker or a Jeff Orr Cocker
The sight rail is also slopped and rounded in the front. I was expecting a 2k but the body is a pre 2k with a serial of 25082.  It could have been created from an old body but Kapp had laying around meaning the serial wouldn’t off any indication of a date but I think it might be a refurbished classic build that a customer brought into Kapp.

The milling is actually very similar to this body which I thought was a Jeff Orr Custom.

https://paintballhistory.com/full-body-jeff-orr-custom-autococker

This cocker is also similar:
https://paintballhistory.com/jeff-orr-minicocker-gills

It could be that this was an earlier Pacific milled bodyor Jeff Orr body (Pacific/Kapp had a good relationship with Bud and Jeff Orr at Worr Games Products)  that was taken back in a retrofitted with more modern parts.
Either way it’s a rad cocker and I’ll likely be changing the parts up to all black. The beavertail bent in transit and the front barb came off.

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