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WGP Prototype Mini Rams?

Top is a CCM ram and bottom three are short Autococker rams that I came across long ago.  I think these originally came with WGP parts that Sonny Lopez has sold to Trade my Gun and I bought from Trade my Gun along with a bunch of Site Rangers.

These have been sitting in a bag of misc rams that I started digging through the other night with Tim at Paintballtek dot com.

I can’t be sure these were built by WGP or not and neither I nor Tim at Paintball Tek dot com have seen these before. I can say that the empty ram bodies (anodized black) are not threaded 10×32 and woud use, I believe, standard WGP 3 way barbs.  The back portion would need a special assembly, similar to RKB rams. Has anyone seen these before and are they WGP?

Find Rams on baccipaintball at http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/autococker/pneumatics/rams.html

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