The Black Magic Autococker has a manufacturer's suggested retail price
of $850. Here are some basic pictures and a quick overview of the specifications.
The Black Magic Autococker comes in a standard 2001 autococker box,
except for a "BM" and serial number printed on the side. Click
for a picture
of all the parts that came with the gun.
In the box:
-expertly milled and anodized autococker body with vertical feed and
angled air supply adapter (ASA)
-STO front block pneumatics all chrome plated
-custom high flow bolt with venturi style face
-non-sloted trigger plate
-J&J custom two piece barrel anodized to match
-WGP barrel plug
-extra high flow front block banjo retaining screw
-Shocktech 45 grip frame, chrome plated
-Hogue wrap around rubber grips
-custom WGP regulator
-one hex wrench and other odd parts
-custom drop forward with screws
-beavertail, chrome plated
Take a look
at the back block. It is similar to the standard 2000 autococker's block,
but is anodized to match the rest of the body.
Take a closer
look at the custom milling and Black Magic logo on the autococker side.
Unfortunately, you won't be able to see the milling below the cocking
arm. The body is completely drilled through. This makes the gun very
light. We hope to have a better picture later.
Take a look at the bolt from a side
angle and then from a top
Take a look at the front pneumatics.
The full gun all parts attached.
Read on to find out more details!
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