No, they are two entirely separate brands/concepts. Brass eagle is a company sells entry level, cheap, lower quality markers. Autococker is a type of marker that can range from low grade entry markers, to high grade mechanical, and highest grade pump guns.
JT, Brass Eagle, and WGP are all owned by the same company. I'm not sure who owns who but my guess is that Brass Eagle owns the others since it's been out longer.
Paintball guns can use Co2 from any company, they are all built the same. You can find valved tanks and 12 gram's at sporting stores, paintball fields and proshops.
No. The Bt4 uses A5 threads, and the Tm 15 (a modified invert mini) uses Autococker threads.
Sadly no. If you look at the ends of the barrel, you will notice the threads. Those threads are not the same as a brass eagle threads.
No. They have specific brand to type of threading. The major threads are: 98, a5/x7, spyder, autococker and ion.
I had the same problem, all you have to do is get a new O ring.
Paintball in french is the same word and you pronounce it the same
the proper stiffness of a paintball should be about the same as a Tylenol Gel-cap.
Paintball padding can be used to airsoft armor.
No, paintball co2 is much higher pressure.
Yes they are the same.
No, copper and brass doesnot have same density.