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Rick Rector’s Navarone Autococker

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Played at SC Village today (can’t make the Autocockers game tomorrow) and then picked this Navarone Autococker up afterwards.

This belonged to Rick Rector and is mostly complete (besides the barrel)!

I bought this from Rick’s son Ryan Rector who had posted it on MCB a few month back. Ryan messaged me a couple days back asking if I still wanted it.

This cocker is in great shape though and included the shroud, the patch, a Navarone barrel plug and even Rick’s bushmaster (not navarone engraved though).

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Played at SC Village today (can't make the Autocockers game tomorrow) and then picked this Navarone Autococker up…

Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Saturday, November 17, 2012

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