This Micro Minicocker was built by Brahim Estephan as an attempt to market a smaller Autococker to Bud Orr or Worr Game Products.
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…
This National Survival Games Rapide Prototype was developed in 1988 prior to the release of the marker. It was purchased from Bob Gurnsey in 2015.
Prior to producing the G Max Shocker, Garett Maxwell designed various modification for Autocokers and built this Smart Parts Shoebox Shocker.
This Airgun Designs Automag is equipped with a Smart Parts splash anodized kit and a black body.
This Carter Machine VM68 was built in the mid 1990s for a player out of Southern California, and friend of employee Aaron Christopher.
The Brass Eagle Eagle is arguably the first production semi automatic and the worst semi automatic, hitting the market in 1988 and never functioning.
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.
This Carter Machine Buzzard was found at Earon Carter shops at dates to the late 1980s or early 1990s and was restored by Paul Schreck.
This is the nicest example of a Termite marker I have found and was produced around 1988 for Gary Harris, captain of the Florida Bushmaster.
The KBS Eliminator is a steel bodied Nelson pump pistol that was marketed by Gramps and Grizzley but produced by an unknown manufacturer around 1985.
The Nelspot 707 was likely introduced in the mid 1950s for ranchers to mark cattle and forestry employees to mark trees with oil based paintballs.
The Sweeney gun is a special effects capsule launcher that was designed in 1984 by Matt Sweeney and Lucinda Strub out of North Hollywood, California.
In 1989 the Lords of Discipline took first place in the Line SI/RPS/Lively Masters 5 man and 15 man events with Turbo Valved PMI Piranha Long Barrels.
This is the older Sniper 1 I have come across. The serial is 11 and it is in horrible show. The finish has been sanded off and it has a thick coat of paint.
This Line SI Bushmaster was owned and engraved by Rick Cendejas of the Ironmen and used in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
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.
This model MK1 Annihilator used the standard Sheridan P series bolt, a Sheridan PGP lower tube and a 12/13 inch barrel from Mac 1.
The California Cobra was constructed by Southern California machinist Rich Breen as a stock class pistol but never had a chance again direct feed pumps.
This Autococker was given to Dave “Youngblood” DeHaan by Bud Orr in April of 1994 as one of the Ironmen’s 1994 sponsorship paintguns.