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David Coronel’s PPS Swiss Cheese Autococker

David Coronel brought this Autococker to Guerneville last December. The body was cut by Craig Palmer at Palmer’s Pursuit Shop in the signature PPS Swiss Cheese pattern.

In the video David explains that he purchased most of this Autococker disassembled from Palmer’s with the exception of the asa and beavertail. And although this video is pretty quick and shaky it does give an excellent look at the machining that Craig does on these bodies.

Buy your own Swiss Cheese Autococker from Palmers at http://www.palmerspursuit.com
And more history on Palmers at https://paintballhistory.com/tag/palmers-pursuit-shop

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