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    Powerlyte body threading?

    Hey guys, does anybody know what the threadig is for a Powerlyte autococker? All I know is that it doesn't take Angel threading and I think that's all I kind I have.

    Yes, I have searched...google, the nation, etc.

    Also, if anything else is unusal you could think of, especially the internal ram. I got this randomly at a good price and want to know more about it...

    Best of luck,
    SJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by SummaryJudgement
    Hey guys, does anybody know what the threadig is for a Powerlyte autococker? All I know is that it doesn't take Angel threading and I think that's all I kind I have.

    Yes, I have searched...google, the nation, etc.

    Also, if anything else is unusal you could think of, especially the internal ram. I got this randomly at a good price and want to know more about it...

    Best of luck,
    SJ
    ...autococker threading?

    Lets see some pictures!

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    Try looking or asking over on custom cockers.com they should have all the info they might even have a sticky with all the sizing on different bodies

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    Lol, I feel like just because it is too obvious to say "cocker" threading, that must not be it?



    Alternately, you might search elitedealseeker and try to find one for sale, PM the owner, or just check details in the thread. I see them come up from time to time. Also, not long ago, and I haven't checked in a min, but Powerlyte still had a website, might shoot them an email?
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    Quote Originally Posted by punkncat
    Lol, I feel like just because it is too obvious to say "cocker" threading, that must not be it?



    Alternately, you might search elitedealseeker and try to find one for sale, PM the owner, or just check details in the thread. I see them come up from time to time. Also, not long ago, and I haven't checked in a min, but Powerlyte still had a website, might shoot them an email?
    They're cocker threaded. Hybrids were 'cocker threaded. Essentially a 'cocker without the front block; internal rail and LPR built into the front. Great little shooters!

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    This just reminds me how much I miss Powerlyte... they were a great company.

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    Thanks guys. Too bad all my feednecks are press-in or angel threaded

    I own something like 15 cockers and don't think I have one spare/compatible feedneck for my new Powerlyte....

    Pics coming soon....

    http://customcockers.com/forum/showt...ight=Powerlyte

    Wait, I think it was this one lol

    http://customcockers.com/forum/showt...ight=Powerlyte

    I had to buy it, it was sooo cheap! And this was during my rent sale too

    Pics...these are the ones that were easy to get to. There may be a few more hiding somewhere. All of my cockers are "free-range".....









    Last edited by SummaryJudgement; 10-19-2010 at 01:26 AM.

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    This little PTP is special, I'll get more pics, but it is a very early production...




    One of these things is not like the other....can you guess AND name it?!










    Sold these over last month or so...




    This was when I still had 2 Shark-Attacks...and a heavy micromag era....
    Last edited by SummaryJudgement; 10-19-2010 at 01:39 AM.

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    Oh. FEEDNECK threading. Um.... AKA. I think it was AKA threaded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frizzle Fry
    Oh. FEEDNECK threading. Um.... AKA. I think it was AKA threaded.
    Hmmmm, I'll investigate further when I have more time....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SummaryJudgement
    Hmmmm, I'll investigate further when I have more time....
    PM me your address; I've got a really beat up CCM I can give you for testing purposes. If it works, I can toss you a "good" one, genuine AKA brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frizzle Fry
    PM me your address; I've got a really beat up CCM I can give you for testing purposes. If it works, I can toss you a "good" one, genuine AKA brand.
    Will do

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    Woah, I want your collection; the two I bought were obviously just the tip of the iceberg

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