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Bob, of Damage Inc.’s, Custom Wildside Wildfire Autococker

Happy's Wildside Wildfire autococker

This Wildside Autococker belongs to Bob from Damage Inc. I took this photo while at Living Legends 5 in May, 2012. 
Bob had J.D. build this cocker for him, but I can’t remember the date he told me or really anything else he mentioned. It looked brand new and the anodizing scheme is fantastic. The body is contoured similar to the other Wildfire cockers I’ve seen photos of.

Wildside Autococker detail milling shot
Detail shot of the milling on ‘Happy’ Holton’s Wildside Autococker.

Wildside was based out of Eastpointe Michigan.
Find a link to an archived version of their site on the wayback machine here:
https://web.archive.org/web/20011212195243/http://home.earthlink.net/~wildsidepb/index.html

And better photos of J.D.’s cockers at:
https://web.archive.org/web/20030620102344/http://www.msu.edu/user/mckendr3/cgs.htm

Ravi Choppers article on J.D. and Wildside’s Wildfire Autococker ($1850!) here:
http://mcarterbrown.com/ravi/Articles/Wildside/Wildside_cocker.html

And Wolf’s information on Wildside here:
http://www.pbase.com/wolf13/1_7_2_wildside

And a post with several more photos of Wildside Autocockers on Customcockers (including a few of my photos or a Wildside cocker I own).
http://customcockers.com/forum/showthread.php?2738-A-Walk-on-the-Wildside

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Edit – I messed up, and I think this Autococker actually belongs to Robert Pasque from Damage Inc (Thanks Josh). Find a…

Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Monday, December 30, 2013

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Roberts nickname was DL for drug lord. If my memory serves me correctly he earned that nickname from the indoor at lone wolf off Mt Elliot.

    If it’s that Robert.

  2. That is not a wildfire. It is a custom gun built for BAD Bob “Bob Pasque”. D.L. “Drug Lord” earned his nick name at the Paintball Arena in Pontiac.

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