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erK005 Saturday, March 5th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year15 of 15 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
More expensive Auto-Cockers, also Tippmanns, Spyders, Ions. (Shockers, DM's, PM's)
Marker Setup: Worr Games Trilogy Competition Stock
Centerflag 68/4500 PSI
E-blade (Chrome)
Orange Bolt (Carbon Fiber)
ANS GX Style Drop Forward (Chrome)
ANS Ball detent (Silver)
CP Reg (Red)
ANS Beavertail (Red)
CP Macroline
Ball Detent
Strengths: VERY Accurate
VERY Reliable
Very Solid
Stock Barrel
Closed Bolt
Fast for Mechanical
Weaknesses: Compact Trigger Frame
Welded Feedneck (read body)
Not Very Upgradeable (not needed)
Ball Detent

This gun shoots just as accurate as any Auto-Cocker. For the price it is definitely worth it. It is far superior to any gun close to its price range. The only reason it is less expensive is because there is no front block, and it is mass produced. Don't listen to people who have never used this marker. The firing mechanism is identical to any autococker, even the ones that cost $$1000 and up.

It comes with nice stock grips, as well as a great stock barrel. (it also comes with an instructional DVD, a barrel sock, tools, extra O-rings, and an extra hose)


Welded feedneck. This is the main reason why I bought another gun. I spent around $500 in upgrades making my trilogy shoot extremely well. I then realized that I needed a halo to keep up with my gun. It took three days to sand down the feedneck of the halo, so that it could fit.


Because the "3-way" is integrated, there are two things that will differ between this auto-cocker and others
1. You will not be able to time it. (the trigger pull will always be the same)
2. The timing will never fail you. (people with 3-ways fix their guns more than they play)

PROBLEMS (Potentially)

The only concerns with this gun are the trigger frame and short-stroking.

Short-stroking: Many people new to Auto-Cockers have a problem with short-stroking (Auto-Cockers require a full trigger pull as well as a full release of the trigger for each shot. If not done correctly, the ball will not exit the gun properly) This is not a big deal, but it will take a few minutes to get used to

Trigger Frame: The trigger frame of the Worr Games Trilogy Competition (as well as the sport) is very compact. It is difficult for a full sized adult to fit two fingers into the trigger frame. This also, is not a real problem. You can use one finger, and it will shoot the same. (the size of the trigger frame just has to do with preference)


I highly recommend the ANS GX Style Drop Forward because it balances out the weight perfectly, is very customizable, and very good looking.

The CP Reg that i bought ended up being $100 with the macroline, and it still isn't perfectly consistent. It now goes up and down 10 fps, instead of 20. I was told the last 10 fps was because of my LPR, which can not be replaced. Although I did notice a huge change in consistency, it could be better.
Conclusion: Overall, this is a very solid and accurate gun. It is better to shoot one shot and hit someone, than it is to shoot 20 b-p-s and miss 20 times. I highly recommend this gun for any beginning to intermediate paint-baller. Most of the people who write bad things about this gun have not used it, or are used to shooting Dyes and Angels. If you do not want to spend $$400 or more and still want an accurate, reliable marker, the Trilogy Competition is for you. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS FEEL FREE TO E-MAIL ME AT
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007 at 4:30 pm PST

Review Comments
copelandanyone? Friday, January 20th, 2006 | 8:33 pm PST
in the pic it has a drop forward? how come everyone syas it doesn't have one? and can you get the trigger changed for fairly cheap, like an electronic trigger?

knitemare05 Tuesday, June 12th, 2007 | 11:20 am PST
FIRST assume u knew enough about cockers to kno that detents dont keep the ball in the there is no point in upgrading them cause the stock ones work fine.....not to mention that ball detents are probably the best detents your gona get on a rec gun....WHAT DID YOU PAY FOR IT?????....i dont own one but i shot one about a week ago b4 reccomenting it to a friend so i can tell u that upgraded detents matter none.....and only a retard would spent three days sanding a halo when it takes no mroe than five minutes to saw and sand it,,,,,,CP regs dont cost 100.....and adding macroline...straight up retarted...thats like me saying "oh well my maniac board for my ego was like 150 after i added the battery" seriously man next time you rite a review, DONT wright it about a gun you begged momy to spend 700 on after upgrades and "macroline"......and then learn waht your gona talk about b4 you start harpin on stuff u dont kno about
Last edited on Tuesday, June 12th, 2007 at 11:23 am PST

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