Bonebrake autocockers have the most heavily modified Bud Orr bodies on the market. The quality and craftsmanship are beyond compare. Each step in the assembly of the markers is done with such great care that nothing goes unnoticed. At Dan Bonebrake Airsmithing, an Autococker goes through a process that changes it from a stock marker to a fine- tuned performance machine. They feature low-pressure operation (160-220 psi), minimum cocking tension, a Bonebrake-modified WGP hinge frame, quick-change high and low rise, a gladiator in-line regulator, a CP classic barrel and one of the fastest mechanical triggers available.
The Bonebrake Pro Series Autococker is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
2003 Bonebrake Pro Series Bushmaster
Horizontal Max-Flo Reg.
Egg or 12v Revi
CP .689 barrel
nothing that you can do to these cockers but put a race-grip or an E-Blade on them.
Low Pressure, heat sealed internals, interchangable high and lowrise, Perfect autococker!
base model is mechanical
Greates Cocker that i have ever used. Played with one in Pan-Am Seattle this year and had a Angel AIR system on it and i never chopped. greatest Semi i have ever used and the most accurate gun ever. the gun runs at anywhere in between 140PSI and 220PSI and you will not chop unless you get some really Sh**ty Paint. Amazing!!!!
-Props to Danny-B, creator of this amazing line of guns
03 pewter bonebrake AC: sonic lpr, BB ram, ans 3-way, macdev glad, worr bolt, cp custom annoed pro barrel kit, now has BB installed e-blade its a BONEBLADE baby
why do you think they cost this much its all been done(kind of ruins it for the tinkers)
reliability, fit and finish, any problems send it to them and they fix it
have owned this marker since the Pan-am phoenix and have loved every minute the marker has preformed flawlessly and is the envy of many a player since eblading it the marker has slew many a player and not with just volumes of paint the one ball elim. is still just as fun as blasting a fool out of his bunker. customer service is spot on and I think with the price of purchasing this marker people are really getting a factory ride and the best the market has to offer
buy it if it means saving for three years buy it and join the few ...the proud ...the BB family
Can't thing of anything that would make this gun any better than it already is...
Accuracy, reliability, this gun does not chop paint
After playing with friends of mine and hitting the field around here, I can honestly say "Nothing performs like this baby" Got it for a steal for $800 and I couldn't be happier. This thing hits the target the first time everytime and NEVER chops...You gotta love that!!!!
Even @ full price this is the best gun for the money, ask me which gun I would buy in the future, and I would say this one over and over again....
Gen- X Cocker, Black Magic, Evo X, Vegence Cocker, Dye cocker, STO
Nothing really has changed because it works right out of the box the first time.
Mac Dev air tank 68/4500 --Empire Barrel kit, Now is E-Blade equipped
Low maintanace / Life Time Warranty
$$ Spendy $$
I will start off with the "Milling" of the marker: By far it is the best I have seen in a long time. Meaning that it is streamline and does not have that "bulky" look (Slimmer). There are no threads showing on the rod front to back. The front block is flush with the main body and does not have the ugly square / block look like other cockers. It is just a slick / CLEAN CLEAN look (2nd To NONE!).
Color: Dan Bonebrake has the cocker in many colors and black is definitely the best.
Weight: A good drop forward and the marker sits perfect
Pressure: LOW LOW LOW, Love it, did I say LOW !!!
Accuracy: Stock barrel works works just fine or EMPIRE , or SMART PARTS --Take your pick
Gun Warranty: Life Time to first owner ---Now thats cool !
If you have not shot one, go do it. This is a cocker that I have played practically every weekend adn never had any issues. Only had to oil, HONESTLY. While everyone else was having problems with their cockers, mine just played on.
It also does not "CHOP"
It is a good cocker for the everyday player / Tourney Player --If you are starting out and have no EXP do not buy because it is too much gun. For a very reliable cocker and the upgrades, and warranty, it is hard to beat for $1300.....
i have a ans gen x with a j&j barrel,nitro,and dye sticky grip.
nitro,evolution hopper,new barrel
100% accurate, never brakes
this is not my cocker. my friend works for the company so he pulled some strings and gave me an opportunnity to test this gun. awesome gun. just the same as any other cocker. except it is 100% accurate. no iam not giving you an oppurtunity to test this gun.
so dont ask. this gun is just as good as an angel.
i wouldnt know. its not on the market yet. but its worth your money. all you angel owners buy this one.
Revenge V2, black/green acid, 14"Ti Boomer, AA Raptor 68/4500 adjustable, Halo B(Halo TSA soon to come), custom machined 8" drop, Palmer Rock, AKA internals;
RT automag, level 10, warp feed, Halo B, 14" Ti Boomer, PMI 45/4500, z grip
tippmann 98 custom rt, expansion chamber, 16" Lapco Bigshot, Nitroduck 45/3000
good barrel(ti boomstick, freak, longbow ti, etc.), good reg(PALMER ROCK!!!)
insane milling, top end parts, imaculate anodizing
performance doesn't justify cost, milling may not be for you(wasn't for me)
To start off, the bonebrake is an incredible gun. The finish and craftsmanship is superb, and the parts selection is top of the line. That being said, I have yet to see any drastic advantage that the bonebrake has over some of the other high end cockers out there that may cost hundreds less. Sure you get the highest of high end parts, but they don't improve the performance enough, at least in my humble opinion, to justify paying $1400 when you can get nearly the same performance in most cases(STO, Black Magic, Gen x, etc.) and in some cases better performance(Revenge, Evo x, etc.) However, with the exception of the boston, the bonebrake has some of the most outrageous milling of anything I've ever seen, and that is worth the expense to many image conscious players. I, personally, don't hold as much stock, certainly not $400 worth, in appearances, but I can understand those that do.
If you have the money, and want the top of the line in everything, the bonebrake may be exactly what you're looking for. If, however, you realize that you can get the same performance, without paying for the top end, you may want to look elsewhere.