I see the mention of Autococker type guns
I thought all guns like the Spyder TL Plus or the ACS were autocockers
because you pull the trigger they fire and reset the bolt to fire again
Am I missing something.
I purchased mine, for $200, I have spent around $400 in parts and it currently has something like 6 parts on it that are stock and unmodified. when it works right, I love it more than any other marker I have shot, when it doesnt I hate it more than anything else
I like autocockers but mostly stick with Blazers you get the same feel and sound but there is less that can go wrong and since there isn't that much you can change you don't get the urge to mess with it. I bought a cheap Trilogy and the 'cocker tinkering temptation was so strong I replaced everything on it turning a $40 marker into a $Godonlyknows marker. It is a sickness.
No, just got over wanting cockers. Realized that I no longer enjoyed shooting them as much as I had, and that I had no real interest in keeping them. And since I'm not a fan of pumps, there wasn't anything to do with them but get rid of them.
My last cocker was my MQ'd cocker. I will admit if the MQ hadn't went up on it I'd still have that. Smoothest shooting marker I've ever used in my life, even smoother than my Clones.
ignore what these guys said, here is a simpler way
everything you do not need to pump between shots is a semi-auto
autocockers are a brand name
stuff you need to pull the bolt back on is a blowback design, but these are still semi-autos. Not everything you have to manually cock today as most electropnumatic markers are controlled by a solenoid which basically ensures the marker is ready to fire ones everything is on and aired up