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Folda Autococker – made in Germany

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This was waiting in Northern Califora for several months. A German made Folda cocker. Notice the unique styling of the frame. Luckily the guard was cut pre ano. The detent is a ptp style and the the pneumatics are all unique. Needs a new vasa.

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Here is the right side. Hard to see the “Magic” stamp (Folda Magic?) and F stamp but they are. The F stamp signifies that this paintgun and be import or exported from Germany.
The 3 way is a solid block design and takes a slightly larger 3 way spool arm. Also notice the power feed.

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