Home Paintguns Mechanical Paintball Tek shoots a Kapp Razorback Autococker

Paintball Tek shoots a Kapp Razorback Autococker

Here is a quicky video with Tim at Paintball Tek dot com shooting a beautiful Kapp Razorback autococker! 

Back from Super Game in Oregon and I’m now at my family’s place in Northern California. Had a blast being on paintball overload for 5 or 6 days (not a bad thing!)!

As soon as I get back to Los Angeles I need to start cranking out the videos. Not only do I still have 10 or more from december, I have as many from SPEW and now probably 20 or more from Supergame!

Find this post on facebook at:
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=446393312121316

Take a second to support Paintball History on Patreon!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

A Minicocker similar to early BBT SFLs

Here is a tiny Minicocker I found that has some similarities to an early gen SFL autocockers. Really bad shape but neat round cuts.

A KAPP Pre Razorback Autococker

A neat Kapp Autococker similar to a Razorback I found on craigslist.

Paintball Tek shoots a Kapp Razorback Autococker

Tim @ Paintball Tek dot come shoots a KAPP Razorback Autococker in his back year. The Splash on this Razorback is just amazing and it shoots great as well.

Steve Constable and Pursuit Supplies International c.1985-1988

Steve Constable, of New Zealand, developed early markers using alternative bulk air methods, before the introductions of pin valves.

WGP Serial numbers part 1, R9 and 49507

WGP Sniper 1 serial R9 shown next to a serial of 49507. R9 is a very early serial stamp, could it be the 9th sniper made?