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“Shark” Custom Milled Autococker – TnC Products c. 1999

From the collection of Chris Ogaz at Ogaz Enterprises, this early Shark custom TnC Products Autococker was machined from a stock WGP right feed.

While this Autococker looks plain compared to many of the other bodies that Ogaz machined over time, it’s neat to see some of his early custom jobs. Looking at this body we can notice the slight differences and similarities.

This Shark Autococker was machined from a stock WGP body, before Chris Ogaz was machining bodies from billet aluminum. This body dates to about 1998 to 2000. This was purchased as a complete marker from Ogaz and his back block, bolt, vertical asa, front block, and Volumizer are all installed on this marker.

In around 1998/1999 Chris and Tino Ogaz were approached by Richard at Spanky Paintball and asked Ogaz Enterprises could machined some fancy Autocockers. Chris began by cutting stock right feed bodies and turned some of these into the Fishbone, Ying Yang, Grave Yard and the Cobra series for Spanky.
Another right feed Autococker that Ogaz machined was the Viper Autococker. This was a body kit that was sold to other retailers (and to Spanky as the Ninja Autococker).

Find an archived page from Spanky’s site in 1999 showing their various models of Autocockers here.

More history on Spanky Paintball
Videos on Chris Ogaz’s Autocockers
History on TnC Products
And Autococker parts for sale

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