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Sovereign to Autococker barrel thread adapter

A Bad Boyz Toyz Sovereign with an autococker to Sovereign thread adapter.
A Bad Boyz Toyz Sovereign with an autococker to Sovereign thread adapter.

This thread adapter goes from Sovereign to Autococker barrel thread adapter originally came on the pictured Bad Boyz Toyz Sovereign.  It allows Autococker threaded barrels to be used on the Sovereign. It looks customs made, like someone recut the threads of an already existing adapter.

Autococker female to Sovereign Male. Might have originally been an Autococker to Autococker sizer.
Autococker female to Sovereign Male. Might have originally been an Autococker to Autococker sizer.

I’m not really sure what threads they started with but it does work.
It may have been a cocker to cocker sizer originally.

The Sovereign to Autococker thread adapter screwed into the Bad Boyz Toyz Sovereign.
The Sovereign to Autococker thread adapter screwed into the Bad Boyz Toyz Sovereign.

Shown on a BBT Sovereign I recently listed on the site:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/t932.html

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