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Old 01-29-2013, 07:37 AM #1
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eBay Orracle build

Hey guys, I thought I'd show off what I just finished up (well, almost finished). I wanted to build a nice cocker based off a mini Orracle body using used, but high quality, parts.

Mini Orracle body--dust black to red
Benchmark slider frame--dust black
CCM front block
Shocktech (I think) VASA
05 Prostock LPR, 3 way
Freeflow ram
Shocktech front block
Orracle valve and spring
Shocktech hammer and Orracle spring
SS IVG
Check It ball detent
Slik bolt (not pictured) with pin
AKA pump arm
AKA cocking rod
AKA sidewinder
CCM feedneck


I think it came out pretty cool.
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Old 01-30-2013, 10:52 AM #2
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I love Orracles. They are super light, beautiful, and don't cost too much. I've bought and sold a lot of autocockers in the past few years and I've always had an Orracle in my gearbag.
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Old 01-30-2013, 02:32 PM #3
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Agreed, I love the bodies. I've always wondered what a mini Orracle would look like with a straight ASA and I definitely like it. I've never been into the angled ASA stuff, just looks funky to me. This struck a nice balance of budget and performance and has the old-school feel I like. Now I just need to air it up and see how it shoots.
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Old 01-30-2013, 04:36 PM #4
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looks really nice. i think id go with one of the angled front block though simply since the dust finish would match. and a different asa, i hate those cage ones.

i agree it does look like a supurb balance of looks/nice parts/price though.
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