This is my collection I've acquired over my adventures in paintball and some of my first guns that I still have today. All guns on here are currently in my possession (unless stated) and most work some I'm still piecing together. Thanks to armory paintball best used/ new gun part/gun store which allowed me to grow my gun collection to the whorish pile it has become.
This is not Bst don't post here to try and buy something from me.
Originally Posted by FoidPoosening
This is a summary of info received from PBX's website developer:
In 2003-2004ish PBX developed the MQ valve for the autococker, basically replacing all the lower tube mechanical internals with an electronically driven solenoid/poppet setup There were many delays in getting it to market, and major supply issues. After the first batch of valves went out, they began advertising that they were going to be building a limited run midblock autococker (called the "autorocker") and aftermarket grip frame based around the MQ valve (which eliminates sear geometry issues and allows for better performance). They made a few prototypes (using legit WGP bodies as a base) and posted some videos on the internet of them shooting ~30 balls per second - very impressive and getting a lot of attention from the autococker community. Unfortunately, things fell apart at PBX in its management and in 2005 and the company effectively dissolved. A second wave of MQ valves had come out but the supply has since evaporated, and the 'autorocker' never hit the market. Apparently there are less than 10 other working models out there, with estimates putting the number at 4-6, and maybe another 30-50 bodies and frames that will probably never be put together or see the light of day. The code for the frame board for example was largely lost in a hard drive crash.
This is one of the rarest cockers in existence, mechanical or electronic. In addition, it is also the fastest autococker ever at 33bps. Nothing factory produced or aftermarket modified can touch it.
BOB LONG GUNS
Newest acquirement VCOM photo courtesy of Tim