An Autococker is a type of semi automatic paintball marker that was developed in 1986-87.
With this kind of gun, all you have to do is pull the trigger to fire a single shot, then quickly pull the trigger again to fire another. This allows you to keep up with the action and still have time to aim and shoot accurately.
Autococker is useful for tournament play and practice as they allow players to keep up a fast firing rate without having to stop to reload. They are also ideal for players who are just getting started in the sport.
Autococker paintball markers are highly customizable and allow players to choose the color, barrel length and style of grip they want. The Autococker is capable of producing a high rate of fire (up to 20 per second) that can be incredibly useful when you’re in the middle of an intense game.
What Is the Difference between an Autococker and a Pump Paintball Gun?
The difference between an autococker and a pump paintball gun is what you have to do to fire each gun.
Autococker are semi automatic, which means you pull the trigger once to fire a paintball. To shoot another one, you have to quickly pull the trigger again. Pump guns require three steps to fire each shot – pump up the marker, push the safety button and finally pull the trigger.
Autococker are great for tournament players or anyone who wants to keep up a fast firing rate without having to reload in between shots. They allow you to aim better and shoot with more accuracy than pump guns.
Pump paintball guns are cheaper than Autococker because they require just one assembly, not several. They also require less upkeep, since there are fewer internal parts that can break down or malfunction.
What Kind of Player Would Need an Autococker?
Anyone who wants a semi automatic paintball marker for one of the following reasons will need an autococker:
- Practice and tournament play
- Keeping up a fast firing rate without having to reload
- Accuracy and the ability to aim better than with a pump gun
What Kind of Player Would Need a Pump Paintball Gun?
Players who don’t care about shooting as fast or accurately will need a pump paintball marker. Some players prefer pump guns simply because they are cheaper than Autococker.
They also require less upkeep and maintenance. If you aren’t playing in tournaments or practicing very often, a pump gun may be the right choice for you.
Paintball markers come in all shapes and sizes, from the very simple pump gun to the incredibly complex autococker. It all comes down to what kind of shooting style you prefer and what kind of paintball player you are.
If you want a fast shooting rate, good accuracy, and the ability to aim well, an autococker will be right for you. If you don’t care as much about those things and you’d rather have a cheaper, easier-to-maintain paintball gun, a pump marker is for you.