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.
A look at KAPP's Autococker double trigger hinge frame design produced in 2001/2002 and the features that made it unique from other Cocker frames.
Here is a neat matte grey Kapp right feed Autococker with a CCM swing frame and a Jam Bolt. I didn't like the two matte greys together.
A box from Big Ball Paintballs that I saved for some reason. This came from Kapp in Northern California.
A short video and closer look at a 1994 Pacific Paintball Autococker likely cut by Chris Haggin.
A scan from the January 1993 issue of Action Pursuit Games gives a small write up on Pacific Paintballs operation at the end of 1992.
Christian Van Horn sent me this photo of a receipt for this 93 phantom from Foxhunters paintball in Castro Valley, California.
Here is a elegantly milled custom job I had assumed was a Kapp Autococker but now I'm not sure. It arrived last week and the serial is around 25K.
Chris Haggin of Pacific Paintball and Kapp discusses some information on paintball players in an early interview from Paintball Hill's Store Wars, 1992.
Richard Mansfield is interviewed at Paintball Hill's Store Wars, c. 1992. He is the brother of Chris Haggin and was co owner of Kapp and Pacific Paintball.
Tony Meno, of Pacific Paintball, sent in photo of a shirt that Brad Nestle, of Barritz Paintbal, designed which read, have you experienced Worrgasm lately?