A few notable overdue updates.
One of my most frequently used work horses in 2005 was an Octane SFT. I easily put more than 150 cases through that gun. It was a love/hate thing with SP from then on. Great shooting markers with game changing innovations back then, but I didn't much care for the company itself (for many reasons). I still find it incredible how small and lightweight SFT Shockers were in 2003 as most other platforms have just caught up to now. I think a lot of my drooling in magazines in 2003 had to do with SFTs.
Stage II Aces High Merlin
I got this one back. Woohoo!
Sold it a long time ago, a couple of owners later it's come full circle. One of the few markers I've had sellers remorse with.
BPS Clamshell Twister
Really fun to shoot. This may be one of only 2-3 Twisters that I've ever seen mini'd and convertible from the factory.
P&P Supercocker Limited Edition
This one might look familiar. There's been times when I tried to nab this, but other circumstances (or other buyers) always got in the way. I'd take an exceptional model Supercocker LE (like this one) over a Westwood any day.
AKA Revenge V1
This has come to be my go-to woods gun and one of my favorites. Feels incredible during a game and is one of just a few full body V1's I've seen in a decade. The only thing that leaves this autococker from perfect would be an inline trigger frame like those of V2s and later. That would be a dream wrapped in camo.