Which One? Free Flow, Kapp, or Dye Autococker

Which One? Free Flow, Kapp, or Dye Autococker

Post by KBW418 » Wed, 01 Nov 2000 03:43:12


  I am thinking about getting a new Autococker and These are mainly the ones
that I really only care about. Any feed back on them? Which one do you think is
better? How is the acuracy and everything, maintainence? If I get one of them,
this is what I will have one it.....

Professional Paintball Free Flow Autococker-

1. Milled/anodized body
2. Dye Boomstick annodized to match
3. all pneumatics etc. chrome
4. and everything else that they put on there***ers

(by the way, anyone oredered one of the Free-Flows from Pro. Paintball.com?

KAPP Virtical Feed***er w/ Green/Blue fade (paintballgear.com)-

Everything that it comes with but with a Dye Boomstick or All American

and Rock or Vigilante regulator.

Virticle Feed DYE Autococker (BBTPaintball.com)-

Rock Regulator,

bottom line set up plus everything that the gun comes with comes with.

I would realy appreciate all help. Please e-mail me.

Thanks,

Kurt

 
 
 

Which One? Free Flow, Kapp, or Dye Autococker

Post by Mike Borrell » Wed, 01 Nov 2000 04:03:46

free flow........lifetime warranty..and the guys at proffesional paintball
are good guys...i go there all the time

Mike Borrelli

Quote:
>   I am thinking about getting a new Autococker and These are mainly the
ones
> that I really only care about. Any feed back on them? Which one do you
think is
> better? How is the acuracy and everything, maintainence? If I get one of
them,
> this is what I will have one it.....

> Professional Paintball Free Flow Autococker-

> 1. Milled/anodized body
> 2. Dye Boomstick annodized to match
> 3. all pneumatics etc. chrome
> 4. and everything else that they put on there***ers

> (by the way, anyone oredered one of the Free-Flows from Pro.
Paintball.com?

> KAPP Virtical Feed***er w/ Green/Blue fade (paintballgear.com)-

> Everything that it comes with but with a Dye Boomstick or All American

> and Rock or Vigilante regulator.

> Virticle Feed DYE Autococker (BBTPaintball.com)-

> Rock Regulator,

> bottom line set up plus everything that the gun comes with comes with.

> I would realy appreciate all help. Please e-mail me.

> Thanks,

> Kurt


 
 
 

Which One? Free Flow, Kapp, or Dye Autococker

Post by Hugh Jorg » Wed, 01 Nov 2000 06:12:10

I really wouldn't order a Custom***er online if I were buying one.  Ordering
from an online store (Pbgear.com, BBT, etc) kinda takes away the whole meaning
of custom.  You're buying the exact same thing that anyone else can get, and if
I planned on spending that much money I'd make sure I got something unique.
Just my 2 cents worth.

--------

Why is it when you kill a man in battle, it's considered heroic, but if you
kill a man in the heat of passion, it's ***?

 
 
 

Which One? Free Flow, Kapp, or Dye Autococker

Post by SCM9 » Wed, 01 Nov 2000 08:58:09

There is no truly unique gun even if you get "custom milling".  Unless you pay
a ton of money for the milling.

Free Flows are custom guns and they are a store not a on-line store.  

Don't get the ones at paintball gear.

 
 
 

Which One? Free Flow, Kapp, or Dye Autococker

Post by Robert DeLon » Wed, 01 Nov 2000 08:45:39

FreeFlow is my vote
Quote:

>  I am thinking about getting a new Autococker and These are mainly the
ones
>that I really only care about. Any feed back on them? Which one do you
think is
>better? How is the acuracy and everything, maintainence? If I get one of
them,
>this is what I will have one it.....

>Professional Paintball Free Flow Autococker-

>1. Milled/anodized body
>2. Dye Boomstick annodized to match
>3. all pneumatics etc. chrome
>4. and everything else that they put on there***ers

>(by the way, anyone oredered one of the Free-Flows from Pro. Paintball.com?

>KAPP Virtical Feed***er w/ Green/Blue fade (paintballgear.com)-

>Everything that it comes with but with a Dye Boomstick or All American

>and Rock or Vigilante regulator.

>Virticle Feed DYE Autococker (BBTPaintball.com)-

>Rock Regulator,

>bottom line set up plus everything that the gun comes with comes with.

>I would realy appreciate all help. Please e-mail me.

>Thanks,

>Kurt

 
 
 

Which One? Free Flow, Kapp, or Dye Autococker

Post by Andy Verco » Wed, 01 Nov 2000 09:31:07

I have a freeflow. Ive owned it for about a year and i love it have had no
problems with it at all.The gun is accurate and quiet my Freeflow all the
way.

Quote:
>   I am thinking about getting a new Autococker and These are mainly the
ones
> that I really only care about. Any feed back on them? Which one do you
think is
> better? How is the acuracy and everything, maintainence? If I get one of
them,
> this is what I will have one it.....

> Professional Paintball Free Flow Autococker-

> 1. Milled/anodized body
> 2. Dye Boomstick annodized to match
> 3. all pneumatics etc. chrome
> 4. and everything else that they put on there***ers

> (by the way, anyone oredered one of the Free-Flows from Pro.
Paintball.com?

> KAPP Virtical Feed***er w/ Green/Blue fade (paintballgear.com)-

> Everything that it comes with but with a Dye Boomstick or All American

> and Rock or Vigilante regulator.

> Virticle Feed DYE Autococker (BBTPaintball.com)-

> Rock Regulator,

> bottom line set up plus everything that the gun comes with comes with.

> I would realy appreciate all help. Please e-mail me.

> Thanks,

> Kurt

 
 
 

Which One? Free Flow, Kapp, or Dye Autococker

Post by Bobaliciou » Wed, 01 Nov 2000 09:44:50

Aren't they made by Professional Paintball, www.propaintball.com (or whatever
it is)?
Quote:
>Free Flows are custom guns and they are a store not a on-line store.  

 
 
 

Which One? Free Flow, Kapp, or Dye Autococker

Post by Hugh Jorg » Wed, 01 Nov 2000 09:55:16

Milling isn't that bad, White Wolf does it fairly cheap.  Of course you have to
add on the cost of anno, just I guess it does add up in the end.

--------

Why is it when you kill a man in battle, it's considered heroic, but if you
kill a man in the heat of passion, it's ***?

 
 
 

Which One? Free Flow, Kapp, or Dye Autococker

Post by SCM9 » Wed, 01 Nov 2000 13:15:30

<<Aren't they made by Professional Paintball, www.propaintball.com (or whatever
it is)?>>

Yes, but they are still a retail store.  Just have a web site to help promote
them.