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2nwyka Tuesday, July 30th, 2013
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock WGP 3-way
Psychoballistics 3-way
Bomb 3-way
Trilogy 3-way
Marker Setup: WGP 2K4 Superstock
-14" Stiffi Classic (.689)
-WGP Hinge w/ flame trigger
-STO Ram
-Psychoballistics LPR
-Orracle 3-way
-Maxis Featherlight drop
-Ninja 62/3000
-Halo B
-WT Chrome Beavertail
-Engraved WGP Grips

2k0 AutoCocker
-Kingman barrel kit--AutoCocker
-WT Pump kit
-Maple grips
-Full-body engraving
Strengths: Easy setup
Fast
Short pull
Smooth
Looks cool
Weaknesses: Leaky
Easy to bump out of adjustment
Barbs are large
Review: I got this 3-way in order to complete my Superstock build and I must say I've been very happy with it. I've used it continuously for more than a year and never really had much of a problem with it.

Durability:
This is a pretty bulletproof 3-way. I've bashed my front end into stuff, slid through dirt, and messed with the pneumatics on the front end it's never hesitated. The only issue it did have was a slight leak whenever the timing rod moves left or right out of alignment. Not bad, though. 4/5

User-Friendliness:
This was an amazing 3-way to set up, simply because you just tighten the thing onto the front block, attach the timing rod, put the hoses on, and turn the front to time it. It's pretty amazing. The barbs are pretty big, bigger than a normal one, and so the hoses have to be stretched before trying to put it on. But being able to time it simply by turning the front knob makes it ridiculously easy and makes up for every downfall. 5/5

Looks:
It's all twisty and flamey and stuff. Yeah. It just makes the marker look cool! You can get it in all kinds of colors, which is another plus. Coordinate it to match your shoes or something... 5/5

Speed:
This is a very quick 3-way. I know, a lot has to do with your trigger, but this one is able to take very quick triggers without problem. I've had mine up to 13-14 bps and it didn't stutter or short stroke. I also have NEVER short-stroked with this 3-way. My stock 3-way would sputter and short-stroke and freeze and all kinds of stuff, but this one is just like butter. 5/5

Price:
You're going to pay a little more for the convenience this 3-way offers. It runs about $50 from what I've seen, and $60 back in the day. It's a nice little 3-way for the price, though. I'd say it could go a little lower but ultimately you get your money's worth on this one. 4/5

Total: 23/25= 9/10
Conclusion: Like I said, an excellent 3-way for the money, it gets the job done and gets it done right, fast, and smooth. It's a good addition to any AutoCocker and paired with the right ram, LPR, and trigger, will keep you shooting fast!
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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