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WGP STO Autococker

STO Autococker
A fully setup 1996-97 WGP STO Autococker.

Sto I picked up a few days ago. Neat Intellifeed (Revy spins on trigger pull) mod as well as round front block on one side. Came with a rad unique paintgun case and barrel bag and original STO red lpr reg as well. Barrel is an OTP G-1.

STO Autococker 1996 right side.
Right side of the classic Matte Black WGP STO Autococker.

Right side view of the likely ’98 WGP STO shows the pro-connect used to to disconnect the nitro duck hpa tank (dated 4-98). 

The AA violator reg is engraved upside down and has a knurled bottom. Front block is probably not original since it should have the rounded interior window indentations. 
Frame is a Taso with SP wood grips and the classic VL rotating drop forward.

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