you could eblade it if you want but I'm just adding a slider
cocker compatable parts
Not 100% Cocker compatable
Trigger pull is stiff
Manual is not for Cocker noobs
Alrighty, well I got this marker bc I've been playing for about 6 years now and I'm just sick and tired of Spyders. Since none of my friends own a cocker I wanted to stand out but really didn't have $200-$300+ to spend. So I got this, I must say I'm very pleased for $105 SHIPPED.
The marker arrived at my door in a VERY nice closed foam case and just gleaming. I put on the barrel, gassed it up, put on a hopper and started target shooting. Now I don't have a Chrono but I set the Reg at 300 psi. The paint I was using was old and way to small for the bore, but it shot like a stock barrel should (no surprise.) I will update when/if I match the bore.
For the same price as most Spyders you get an autococker. Great marker for the money, I'm very pleased. Most WGP owners will tell you it's crap and blah blah blah but hey, it works like a cocker shoots like a cocker, it just cost alot less than a brand new cocker. Recomended to New and intermediate players. 9 because you can't be sure if the ups you want will fit or not, and bc of the lame manual.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, February 7th, 2007 at 11:17 am PST