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FBM Tubed Gothic Autococker Body machined by Chris Ogaz at TNC

Here is a FBM Gothic Autococker body machined by Chris Ogaz at TNC / Ogaz Enterprises in Ontario, California. Chris machined Autococker and Spyder bodies for various companies including Jackal, FBM, Mountain View Paintball and Spanky.

This body takes the small screw in spikes on the sides and uses the same tube set up that Chris made for Spanky bodies around the same time. This Autococker body is raw and came from Chris.

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