Home Paintguns Electro Freeflow Lotus Autococker with Race Frame

Freeflow Lotus Autococker with Race Frame

Tim Firpo at Paintball Tek dot com disassembles a Freeflow Lotus Autococker with a match anodized Race Frame and Eclipse Drop Forward.
I bought this cocker because of all the matched anodized parts and the nice gloss acid wash finish. The raceframe is the older style and it originally had a match anodized AKA regulator that was lost somewhere in the past 4 or so owners.

Tim examines the back of the Palmer's Pursuit Shop Micro Rock.
Tim examines the back of the Palmer’s Pursuit Shop Micro Rock.

Looking over this Cocker Tim got especially excited after he noticed a modification on the back of the Palmer’s Pursuit Shop Micro Rock which would allow removal of the Rock’s back portion using a two pin Spanner Bit tool.

Close up of back portion of Freeflow Lotus Rock reg with Spanner Tool holes. Close up.
Close up of back portion of Freeflow Lotus Rock reg with Spanner Tool holes. Close up.

The holes are a little bit to spaced out to use one of the Angel Spanner tools we found out.

Feedneck on this Freeflow Lotus body.
Feedneck on this Freeflow Lotus body.

Continuing to look over the cocker Tim removes the feedneck to reveal the standard WGP feedneck thread which makes him think it’s a genuine WGP body and not one of the Chinese machined Freeflow bodies that Freeflow used later on.

Find more articles on Freeflow Autocockers at https://paintballhistory.com/tag/freeflow

And Find Autococker parts at http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/autococker.html

Take a second to support Paintball History on Patreon!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Sovereign to Autococker barrel thread adapter

A neat custom adapter that allows a Sovereign semi auto to take the barrel from an Autococker. Shown on a customized Bad Boyz Toyz Sovereign.

Planet Eclipse E2 and E1 Autococker Frame Menu Options

A detailed explanation and technical information on the Planet Eclipse E1 and E2 Frames for the Worr Game Products Autococker.

A first generation Spyder

A closer look at the unique feature that separates a first generation Kingman Spyder from other models, the choker screw.

Para Ordnance Mod 85 – a Primer Powered Paintball Pistol

A quick look at the Para Ordnance Mod 85 Fully Automatic or Semi Automatic paintball pistol, built in 1985.

Skip Swift of SwiftLine, an early Autococker Innovator

Skip Swift, of Swift Line Industries was one of the original East Coast Sniper 2 and Autococker innovators in the early 1990s. In the years after the introduction of the Autococker he worked on Bob Long and the Ironmen's paintball guns. He also produced parts and accessories in the early 1990s out of Connecticut.
Take a second to support Paintball History on Patreon!