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A matched Back Block for an incomplete Navarone Cocker

Navarone Autococker with extra back block
Rick Rector’s Navarone Autococker with a spare matched block I just found. C. 1991 or 1992.

Last week I managed to find a matched Navarone Autococker block! The block is pretty beat up but it matches the Navarone cocker I had with me in Southern California and will go on another Navarone body I purchased several years back from Ryan Podesta at Thirty-First Outfitters.

Navarone Autococker from Chris Haggin
Navarone 19 which came from Chris Haggin’s collection at Kapp. I don’t know which member of Navarone the body originally belonged to but it was missing the matching shroud, front block and back block.

Ryan had acquired the body from Chris Haggin of Kapp. 
I don’t know which member of Navarone the body originally belonged to but it was missing the matching shroud, front block and back block. 

The anodizing on these bodies is a super high gloss silver with a hint of blue. They almost look plated and I’ve been on the lookout since for matched parts since. 

The Navarone silk screened Sandana came from Kerry at ViperPaintball.com scenarios.

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