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Dale Hilton’s Barrels of America Cocker

Several years back Dan Dempsey of Underground Sports sold me a couple paintguns that belonged to Dale Hilton, the owner of Barrels of America and former employee of J&J.   

dale-hilton-boa-autococker

One of these included an SMG 60, which I still use occasionally (used it at Living Legends last year and Hell Survivors a couple years before that). 

Unfortunately I missed out on Dale’s super customs PB MAX/ Brad Nestle cocker and Paul Searl, Wolf_13 ended up picking it up.   

Couple weeks ago I had a chance to purchase this masterpiece from Paul.  It has definitely seem use but will be a fun cocker to restore someday. 

Find Boa’s old website here:

http://web.archive.org/web/20020802054139/http:/www.barrelsofamerica.com/ 

Find Paul’s Autococker site here:

http://www.pbase.com/wolf13/1_7_custom

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