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Todd Winokur shoots a Confetti Splash Kapp Razorback

Kapp’s Confetti Splash was one of the standard anodizing patterns their late 90 and very early 2000 Autocockers came with but was produced in far less quantity then their Water and Lava patterns on both vertical feed bodies and Razorback bodies. Tim Firpo at Paintball Tek dot Com has one of these bodies (which can be seen in an old post here) which is missing the back block. A few others have popped up over the years but they are no where near as common as the red lava and the blue water bodies that Kapp produced in both the Razorback style and their signature style.

Over the last weekend at So Cal Stock’s Autocockers and Automags vs Pumps game at Ambush Paintball I saw another example of this anodizing pattern on Todd Winokur’s Razorback and I recorded this quick video of Todd cycling it.

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