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Jeff Orr Minicocker with Gills

This p blocked minicocker with reverse gills showed up on ebay last month and I missed it.  Ended up finding it listed on the custom cocker forum 3 weeks ago.  

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The original owner who sold it on ebay wrote me that he played on Team Secret agents for 5 man and Team Turbulence for 10 man. 

He also wrote the milling was done by Jeff Orr.

The gill milling is the reverse direction of Predator Gills.

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I added the OTP barrel and will likely be parting this and then rebuilding the body with different pneumatics and a polished or chrome frame.

Edit: I’ve leaving this Jeff Orr Minicocker as is and not removing parts.

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