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WGP Minicocker parts Diagram

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Here’s an early Mini Cocker diagram I found in a drawer at Mac 1.  Tim McMurray said he never did repairs on Bud’s guns since WGP was just down the street and he’s not sure why he had this.

Was this even a diagram from WGP? If it was then it was likely for the first Mini Cockers with brass lprs.  Or maybe this was a diagram out of another publication showing a Mini Cocker with a Rock? 

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