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The MOST Upgrades!????

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    The MOST Upgrades!????

    Alrighty,I know you all will have a strong opinion on this: Which markers had the Most, and the Coolest upgrades in their lifetime? Personally, I can think of 3 guns that will be neck in neck for having the best upgrades of all time!
    '96 RF Mini Cocker, '95 RF Autococker, 68-Automag Classic, Banzai Splash Minimag, Gen-E Matrix, Shoebox Shocker 4x4, Montneel Z-1, Tippmann Pro-Carbine, Tippmann Mini-Lite, Tippmann Model-98, Tippmann SL-68II , Tippmann 68-Special, Spyder .50 cal Opus/Opus-A , Spyder Victor II , Tippmann .50 Cal Cronus , Gog Enmey .50 cal , Tippmann Vert ASA 68-Carbine, Bob Long Millennium, ICD Grey Green Marble Splash Alleycat Deluxe (runs liquid co2) , Halfblock 2K4 Prostock Autococker

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    Cockers, Spyders, Mags. In about that order IMHO.

    Spyder "upgrades" were always the most fascinating, as they ran the gambit from practical to ridiculous and having a few usually cost more than the marker.
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      I’ll throw ions in as well. You could build one of those strictly from upgrade parts. And it would still be worth about $90


        Tippmanns? .

        Have to mention brass eagle. Everyone had to mod their cheap BE, or you had a rainmaker and wanted to actually use it. .


          Autocockers hands down. Tons of variety was available from lots different brands for every part needed to build one, plus plenty of parts are still available now.

          But any commonly used platform from the late 1990s through early 2000s at some point had a ton of “upgrades” available.

          That was half the fun. One of the first “high end “ markers I had was a Dye LCD Matrix and I remember drooling over different LPRs, Triggers, trigger frames, bolts, Boards, etc....


            I think cockers are the front runner, but before guns were massively streamlined (gas-thru trigger frames, stock clamping feednecks, adjustable boards, etc.) almost all guns had an impressive array of upgrades. From Starfire bolts to huge expansion chambers to purely cosmetic trash, we had it all!
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              Autocockers then Autocockers then Autocockers


                Hmm, surprised no one has mentioned Autocockers yet. Then I think Tippmanns (A-5 or 98s) and then good old Ions.

                Tippmanns definitely have most most random crap as add ons. Body kits, fake mags, barrel covers, cyclone upgrades, power tubes, bolts, hammer the list goes on.

                Ions basically let you buy a stock Ion and then replace every single part of it. Bodies, boards, trigger frames, bolts etc, etc.
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                  In order not to repeat autococker or Ion

                  I would say CCI Phantom, not for upgrade but for the amount of options you have to build it

                  Air : back bottle, bucket grip, read bucket charger, drop changer
                  Body: vert feed, stock class 10 or 15, right feed
                  pump: standard, under cocking and all the custom options
                  color: acid was, solid color
                  plastic color: standard plus acrylic color option
                  stock: L, T


                    Autococker, I remember hearing Bud in an interview saying at one time 32 different companies were making aftermarket autococker parts.


                      Cockers hands down. You can build something so completely custom and unique there would be nothing else like it. Mags and Ions (sorry mag owners you probably won't like being mentioned in the same line as an Ion) would round out my top 3

                      I do have an Ion 100% built from aftermarket parts.
                      Last edited by Junglepeanut; 02-09-2021, 12:27 PM.


                        Cockers and mags for sure, they are the only ones that you can run mech, electro and pump using bolt on parts. There's also private lable companies around them

                        Probably spyder after that, they had/have mods that actually do stuff

                        The problem I have with putting tippmann in this list is about 90% of the "upgrades" are just cosmetics and then after that a lot of the stuff like bolts can actually work worse than what is stock

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                          Autococker #1 and Spyder #2

                          All the frames, barrels, feednecks, triggers, bottomlines, vertical ASA's,.....ect you could get for spyders back in the day was mind blowing. You really could build a spyder nearly out of 100% aftermarket parts.


                            Autococker, Spyder, Tippmann 98 and a5, Mag.

                            The Tippmann 98 and A5 may supercede the spyder its hard because I don't keep track of all the milsim crap. So I kinda agree with Trbo323 here, but there are a lot of upgrades for the cyclone feed and other functional parts, whether they work better than stock is debatable but that is the same with autococker and spyder upgrades too.


                              Autocockers definitely have had the greatest variety of available "upgrades", but there might be a greater variety of available Spyder parts out there because of the dozens (hundreds?) of different clones and variants produced over the decades. Whether putting an Enigma LPC and Bruzier grip frame on an E-Rex body counts as an "upgrade" is a matter up for debate.