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Dragoon Autococker, Freeflow and a Palmer Pyre

Here is a photo from Sonny’s Super Stars vs So Cal Meet Up at the Mech Warrior game at SC Village on 2-23-2014.

Palmer's Pursuit shop Pyre, a Freeflow and a WGP Team Dragoon Autococker.
Palmer’s Pursuit shop Pyre, a Freeflow and a WGP Team Dragoon Autococker.

Pictured are a Palmers Pursuit Shop Pyre, a Freeflow and a Dragoon Autococker (Trini can’t shoot a hinge so we gotta cut him some slack for that non period correct hinge). Anyone have a Red Double trigger CCM hinge they want to sell or trade him?

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