Category: Semi Automatics

Right side of Brahim Estephan's early Internal Cocking Autococker.

B&M / OTP Micro Autococker c. early 1990s

This Micro Minicocker was built by Brahim Estephan as an attempt to market a smaller Autococker to Bud Orr or Worr Game Products.

Right side of RKB Engineering's Green Machine Minicocker c.92-94?

RKB Engineering Green Machine Autococker

Prints of this RKB Autococker are available in 24×14 inches, 36×21 inches, and 42×24 inches. Purchase this print on BacciPaintball.com here. In the early 1990s, WGP Tech, Russell…

Right side of Smart Parts Splash Automag.

Smart Parts Splash Automag

This Airgun Designs Automag is equipped with a Smart Parts splash anodized kit and a black body.

Left side of Carter VM-68.

Carter Machine VM-68

This Carter Machine VM68 was built in the mid 1990s for a player out of Southern California, and friend of employee Aaron Christopher.

Brass Eagles Eagle.

Brass Eagle Eagle Semi Automatic

The Brass Eagle Eagle is arguably the first production semi automatic and the worst semi automatic, hitting the market in 1988 and never functioning.

Punisher Nano Cocker right.

Punisher Nano Cocker

This neat creation was built by Lee “Punisher” Kinney, of Punisher’s Customs. It was likely built around the early 2000s from a Sheridan PGP.

Right side of Machine Gun Mike's Autococker, c.1991/92.

Machine Gun Mike Baird’s 1991/92 Autococker.

This Autococker belong to Michael “Machine Gun Mike” Baird and was used in the early 1990s by Baird to win numerous events with the Ironmen.

Right side of Dave "Youngblood" DeHaan's 1994 Ironmen Autococker.

Youngblood Carter Machine Autococker c.94-96

This Autococker was given to Dave “Youngblood” DeHaan by Bud Orr in April of 1994 as one of the Ironmen’s 1994 sponsorship paintguns.