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Kapp Autococker Right Feed with Rainbow Anodizing

Here’s a right feed Kapp Autococker with a wild anodizing pattern. The color is sort of a rainbow splash over a solid black. I bought this paintball marker off craigslist probably a decade ago from someone in Colorado, and although it is missing the back block and barrel it’s otherwise complete and looks great!

Kapp Autocockers at Pacific Paintball booth from 1998 Pittsburg Zap Am Open. Photos courtesy Warpig and photo credit Dawn Mills.
Kapp Autocockers at Pacific Paintball’s booth from the 1998 Pittsburg Zap Am Open. Photos courtesy Warpig and photo credit Dawn Mills.

I’ve been looking for another paintgun with this anodizing pattern and the only other example I’ve seen is this photo, taken by Dawn Mills of Warpig, at the Zap Am Open in Pittsburg, which went from August 4th to 9th, 1998.

Find Dawn and Bill’s write up on the 98 Zap Am Open at: http://www.warpig.com/paintball/tournament/zapam98/index.shtml

Kapp rainbow splash 1998 Autococker setup with a max flow and drop forward. Right side view.
Kapp rainbow splash 1998 Autococker setup with a max flow and drop forward. Right side view.

The frames used on all the pictured KAPP Autocockers from the Zap Am Open are from DYE and the pictured bolts look to be OTP models. 

Kapp rainbow splash 1998 Autococker. Left side. "K" engraved logo.
Kapp rainbow splash 1998 Autococker. Left side. “K” engraved logo.

This Kapp Autococker has the early ANS Sledgehammer 1 LPR, the ANS Clippard mini ram, a chrome plated WGP Switch, a Kapp Rhino drop, and a stock WGP bolt.

If anyone has a matched back block please contact me!

Find more articles on Kapp at https://paintballhistory.com/tag/kapp

And find Autococker parts for sale at http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/autococker.html

Thanks to Bill and Dawn Mills from Warpig for permission to use the Kapp autococker photos.

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