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.
Rick Cendejas’ Ironmen Line SI Bushmaster c.1988
Rick Cendejas and Michael Baird talk about an old Line SI Bushmaster, which Rick fabricated a diagonal pump handle for and used around 1988 on the Ironmen.
Chris Iaquinta on the Old School Paintball Big Game
Chris Iaquinta talks about the November 8th Old School Paintball Big Game and his plans for upcoming games in the near future.
Shooting Machine Gun Mike’s 1991 Ironmen Autococker
Shooting a Classic Autococker that belonged to Ironmen player, Michael "Machine Gun Mike" Baird, and looking at some of the modifications done to it.
Identifying the Ironmen in the January 1988 issue of Front Line
Mike Baird, Rick Cendejas and Michael Leon identify Ironmen players in the January 1988 issue of Front Line Magazine.
The Ironmen, pictured in Paintcheck 2/92 and early history
Rick Cendejas looks at the Ironmen in Paintcheck February 1992; Mike Baird and Michael Leon comment on the history of the Ironmen from 1985-87.
Rick Cendejas on The Ironmen, the Intro of Semis and Tournament Play
Rick Cendejas explains his history playing with the World Championship team, the Ironmen though original captain General Rick Baird and Bob Long.
Darryl Trent of the Ironmen Interview, at Store Wars III c.1992
An interview segment filmed in 1992 at Paintball Hill's Store Wars game with Darryl Trent of the Ironmen and a relevant team photo, scans and patches.
Ironmen at the Chicago Open c. 1991
The Ironmen pose, at what was likely the 1991 Chicago Open. Photo was sent to me by Tim Schloss of Tiger Striper Products.