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Matching Autococker serials stamped on a Jeff Orr P Block

I posted this pblocked Autococker a while back but after seeing the serial on a the p-block on a STO I thought to check the backblock.

Matched serial on a Jeff Orr Autococker body and a P Block.
Matched serial on a Jeff Orr Autococker body and a P Block.

Sure enough, the last two digits of the serial are stamped on the back block which I believe confirms what the original owner told.me, that this was a Jeff Orr WGP factory custom job.
The gills on this cocker are, I believe, reverse that of a predator Autococker.

Pictures of this complete cocker:
https://paintballhistory.com/jeff-orr-minicocker-gills

Pictures of the mentioned Pblock STO:
https://paintballhistory.com/sto-autococker-serial-numbers-matching-body-back-block

A picture of Goon’s Predator with the gills facing the other direction:
https://paintballhistory.com/goons-belsales-predator-autococker

Another cocker I believe is a Jeff Orr Custom job:
https://paintballhistory.com/full-body-jeff-orr-custom-autococker

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