The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
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More than 5 years
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CCM Clamping Feedneck
+ 4 more markers...
Legendary Cocker Accuracy
No Front Solenoid...
Made by Brass Eagle...
Lets face it, this is definitly not the best cockers out there... Worr Games and Brass Eagle merged to make a Trilogy... With Intergrated Puematics and 3-way. Which allows it not to accept a Front Solenoid. Which makes it slow, very slow for an E-Cocker. The Ram and everything is weird. Its totally different from a usual cocker. It still has the Closed bolt which helps the Accuracy. I found that the reflective eyes arent detecting paint very well, especially xBall Silver. I had to use Hellfire and was a S.O.B to find a Bore Size for. Draxxus Hellfire has the small size that I know of. Its sure good paint though.
I wouldnt recommend buying this product. You can just get a Used E-Blade'd Cocker for about the same price. I'd stay away from the Trilogy series...
its just some idiot tryng to be funny
wgp has a partnership with JT.
BE and VL are branches of the JT company (something like that)
in no way did brass eagle help make the SF's sence jt didnt even buy wgp untill a while after
recently k2 put BE and WGP under the JT brand so technically WGP, Virewloader and BE are owned by JT which is a subdivision of K2. yes quality of finish has come down a lot especially from 2004 to 2005 functionally they are about even: the better models have cheaper finish, and regs, but are lighter and have threaded feednecks, shorter delrin bolts, etc. I own about 14 cockers right now, so I think I can make an informed estimation of quality.
Dispute: The Trilogy CAN be fitted with an Eclipse E-Frame, the head tech at Tech-T paintball did this and they make a shaft kit for that purpose in addition to being able to have complete control over timing. (I have no vested interest in Tech-T, just have done some research.
In any case, I don't know how this marker can be called slow. It has a ramp mode that shoots 15 BPS & one that shoots 18BPS. When in semi auto it is uncapped 20BPS.
The ram is the same as any other 2k+ Cocker out there. The Palmers Quick ram will fit the Trilogy, and that's just one example. Two companies have adapters so that any aftermarket LPRs can be used. The only thing different about the pneumatics is the integrated 3-way. I don't see how an integrated 3-way is a bad thing... it works just fine and makes the marker much more compact.