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tmtiger15 Tuesday, March 27th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Spyder xtra, tippmann 98.

This gun is by far and away a great upgrade
Marker Setup: -Trilogy Sport
-ANS 45 hinge trigger frame
-ANS delrin 2 piece bolt
-32 degrees drop fowars
-evil pipe barrel kit
-evil detonator regulator
-20oz co2
-exstreme rage 9v hopper
Barrel Kit: autocockers are made for accuracy, but a majority of the accuracy comes from the barrel. Getting a kit allows you to match the paint to the barrel. Plus, without the right bore size for the paint, the balls fall out when the barrel is tilted down.

-Trigger Frame: I have large hands and the small trigger frame only lets me get one finer on the trigger. Hard to walk.

-Low Pressure Reg: unlike the pro and comp, this gun comes with a HPR. Having an lpr allows you to be consistant in fps, and conserve gas.
Strengths: Bolt: no chops with the stock bolt, but not delrin.

Weaknesses: Stock barrel suck. Huge bore size, ball fall out.

Small trigger
Review: For the price this is the best gun out there. Out of the three trilogies, I would buy the sport. You save money on getting the less expensive gun, but then you can use that money to make up grades. The level of upgrades though, depends on you level of play. The stock bolt, reg, and trigger are all ok. I would definitly get a nice barrel kit, and a new trigger if you had the means. Ebay is a great place to find these things.

Unlike other cockers (pro stock, black magic,) this cocker is easy to understand. Go to and watch the animated video of a cocker firing. Once you have an understanding of the gun, taking it apart and timing is easy. The simple design means less maitence, but still packs a punch on the field. To understand timing, there is a great video on the web. Google Video search autococker timing, and the first video is amazing. Step by steps on timing a 2k cocker, but you get the understanding of what timing it.

Don't for a secound believe what people say that the trilogies are the "fake cockers." These people are just pissed that with the trilogy marker and a few up grades, your way less exspensive gun can match up to their very exspensive marker. Granted nothing compares to a DM6 or angel 1, but the trilogy sport belongs in the high quality marker catagory.

The trigger may be small, but for a stock frame, there is very little pull. If you have little experince with a cocker, owning a trilogy is a great stepping stone before you get into the prostock markers, and karnivors. Trilogies are simple to maintain, and simple to underrstand.
Conclusion: Don't believe the myth that cockers require a higher understanding of physics and paintball guns. Don't believe that with a cocker you will spend more time getting it to work than you would be playing.

The trilogy sport is a great upgrade from the casual spyder owner or typmann owner, and is a marker that gives you the means to get more kills. If you are thinking of getting a new marker, or are interested in cockers, start of with a sport. I only give it a 9 because I have yet to play with a DM6 and something tells me that gun will make you believe in a higher being.
9 out of 10

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