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B&M Internal Cocking Autococker Paintball Print

In the early 1990s Brahim Estephan, of B&M, the Bushwackers, the Ironmen, and OTP developed this internal cocking Autococker prototype to pitch to Bud Orr of WGP. WGP…

Brass Eagle Eagle Semi Automatic

The Brass Eagle “Eagle” was one of the first two semi automatic paintball markers that fit the following categories. It was released to the public in 1988, it was…

California Cobra

In 1986/87 the California Cobra was constructed by Southern California machinist Rich Breen and partners Sam McBride of Aerostar East (Chicago, Illinois) and Gale Gough of Aerostar West (Brea,…

Carter Machine Buzzard c.1990/91?

In 2012, Paul Schreck and I visited Earon Carter at his home/shop in Chula Vista. At the time Earon was working full steam on producing markers that Paul…

Carter Machine VM-68

This VM-68 was customized by Carter Machine in the mid 1990s for Gaston Nogues, a player out of Southern California, and friend of Carter Machine employee Aaron Christopher. This VM-68…

Garett Maxwell Shoebox Shocker

In 2015 I purchased this Shoebox Smart Parts Shocker off ebay from a Los Angeles based seller, Anthony Granata. Granata grew up playing paintball with Garett Maxwell, who…

Hand Tooled National Survival Game Rapide

National Survival Games introduced the Splatmaster around 1985. As the early paintgun competition moved to pump markers from bolt action, NSG looked for something more competative. The Rapide Double…

KBS Eliminator Pistol c.1986

This KBS Eliminator was purchased from Tim at Mac 1 Airguns during a visit in 2014. I had initially believe the KBS eliminator was built and sold by…

Lords of Discipline PMI Piranha Long Barrel

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. These…

Machine Gun Mike Baird’s 1991/92 Autococker.

In March 1991 the Ironmen first premiered the Worr Game Product Autococker at the Lively Series Lone Star Open. They won that event and most events that season….

MK1 Annihilator

In 1988/89 Tim McMurray at Mac 1 split ways with Stan Russell and Earon Carter of South Bay Arms. After the break Tim revamped the Annihilator and released…

Nelspot 707 Marking Pistol

The Nelspot 707 was likely introduced in the mid 1950s to mid 1960s as a means for ranchers to mark cattle and forestry employees to mark trees with oil…

Punisher Nano Cocker

This neat creation was built by Lee “Punisher” Kinney, of Punisher’s Customs. It was likely built around the early 2000s. I purchased it in 2015. The lower tube…

Rick Cendejas’ Line SI Bushmaster

This Line SI Bushmaster was owned and engraved by Rick Cendejas of the Ironmen. In the late 1980s and early 1990s (before moving to the Autococker) the Ironmen…

RKB Engineering Green Machine Autococker

In the early 1990s, WGP Tech, Russell K Breeden was modifying Snipers for his team, the Doom Troopers. After the Autococker was introduced Breeden continued his modifications by…

Smart Parts Splash Automag

This is a nice example of a stock Automag with a Smart Parts Splash kit on it. This mag has since been parted out and this prints is…