Bob Long Ironmen Autococker
The holy grail of Autocockers. Ultra rare team team gun from Bob Long's Ironmen.
Original hard anodizing – Battleship grey
Original team milling
Custom milled Planet Eclipse feedneck stub and Planet Eclipse low pro feedneck
Belsales Angry frame
Belsales trigger plate
Custom made bolt by Palmers
CCM custom springs
Threaded timing rod
AKA Sidewinder regulator
Inception Rail and ASA
Belsales roller sear
Historic lineage: Stemming from some of the best players to ever play in the Minnesota paintball scene! Originally purchased by team Ignition captain Joe Peterson and then traded to Judd Prozinski of team Ignition. Judd traded "Bob" for an original WDP Angel to Todd Westphal of Team Them out of Minnesota. Todd played with the gun for years all the way into the early days of Xball where he drilled it for Eblade eyes. Todd later gifted "Bob" to Aaron Tholey. This marker is 1/12 guns made for Bob Long's team Ironmen and 1 of 2 in this color from info that Z. Long gave us. Serial# 39194 making it date around 1997/98. This marker has an extremely large valve chamber that has been milled out and helicoiled to take a 99 front block screw by former Ironmen player and tech guru Dirk Gadberry. This mod was dubbed “Bob Long’s Low pressure sleeper mod”. When Aaron Tholey was on the Philly Americans his teammate Garrett Maxwell was employed by the now famous CCM/Chipley Machine. Garrett modded the marker some more and outfitted it with a full CCM front end, back block, cocking rod, bolt, valve, hammer, custom spring setup as well some laser engraving. It also has acquired a Belsales angry frame with roller sear and trigger plate, shocktech trigger pants, AKA sidewinder, and Inception Designs asa along the way. Recently, Bob has had a tune up with Tim Firpo at Paintball Tek where he made a custom bolt at Palmers Pursuit Shop, as well as some new trigger items. Paintball Tek also polished, rebuilt, and tuned the marker.
Due to the nature of this product we are unable to accept returns or exchanges. All sales are final. No refunds: you buy it, you keep it. While supplies last.