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Yframed MQ valve Flatlined Autococker

Flatline Autococker with Y frame

RuleOfSines posted this ridiculous Flatlined Autococker up on mcb a couple months back. Not only is the Autococker body cut for a flatline but RuleOfSines has also set it up with an MQ valve which is controlled by an Airgun design Y frame. He’s switch changed out the bolt to a Jam Bolt to help make up for the lack of eyes.

And here is another Autococker project of RuleOfSines’ :

Y framed No block cocker

Read more about this MQ’d cocker here:
http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/custom-projects-custom-questions/223440-mini-y-framed-mq2d-cocker-project.html

Thanks for letting me post these cockers RuleOfSines!

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