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PTP MicroCocker Chrome Half Block Autococker

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Here is a PTP micro cocker with a Race Frame. This came with that Powerlyte Hybrid cocker I posted a couple weeks back.

The back block on this micro cocker has the pull pin going down through the top which I am guessing makes it one of the later versions? Surprisingly the nickel looks good. I was almost positive it would be flaking.

The membrane/buttons (is that the right word for it) is missing on the back of the frame so I will have to fix that but a nice cocker regardless.
Might just end up making it a pump?

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Here is a PTP micro cocker with a Race Frame. This came with that Powerlyte Hybrid cocker I posted a couple weeks back….

Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Monday, September 17, 2012

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