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    The versatility of the Autococker

    Just kinda wanted to show off what one can do with a full block Karnivor. By no means is this gun perfect. It's made with used parts, they're all marked. However, I find it fun to build and rebuild these guns.

    How it currently stands:


    All the parts I have for it. I sold the stock MP4 on the Karni this replaced.



    How it was built for a while: (currently has a SCM3 on the E-Bladed front block)



    I find it entertaining that given an unhealthy amount of money and time, the cocker can be taken from a single finger mechanical to hammer free, fully pneumatic and with a (more or less) ego 8's trigger frame.

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    Sniper kit for the trinity!

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    Working on it! Unfortunately I can only afford so much..

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    Quote Originally Posted by new ion? View Post
    Working on it! Unfortunately I can only afford so much..
    Bah

    I thought everything was free in Canada except handguns
    endeavor to persevere.......

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    LOL unfortunately, no.

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    So, I picked up a Vital Modifications Karni front block. It's set at a different angle than the stock front block, which is kind of a pain when your macro is cut correctly. Other than that, it's beautifully made. Banjo is hex broached. I just need to find a handle, return spring, and pump arm for it.

    Can provide a photo once my GF isn't in the room as I'm not sure she knows I bought it. Also have a lead on a dremel so I can get to work cutting up the Angel frame. Looking to cut a nice channel in it for the cocking noid. Single finger electro ftw!

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