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Unregistered User Sunday, April 7th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
2 years
Products Used:
WGP stock cocker: cant really compare :)
Millenium STO Stock: My sleeper was better but only cuzz its tricked
Marker Setup: 2001 Sleeper autococker, chrome CMI cradle, chrome ergo reg, system-x swing trigger, (old trigger frame had a trigger job done on it), ACI graffiti barrel system, quick disconnect, hourglass bolt, kapp twisted cocking rod, HALO hopper, and a 68/30 ACI nitro tank. Oh, and a JT IZE purple.
Well, I bought this marker with a lot of upgrades already, but stock, I would say a new REG of COURSE because it dont come with one :) and a good cradle lke KAPP or CMI, and a new barrel. And I would say a hinge trigger, but I think EVERY cocker needs one of those.
Strengths: Well, completely stock (minus a decent cradle and reg) its quite impressive. There is no difference between it and an STO, besides looks.
1) Quite accurate and good range to
2) looks nice, STO is better but hey, its got chrome stuff :)
3) affordable, easy to upgrade
Weaknesses: Well, like any product there is something bad about it.
1) Kinda heavy
2) the body is rather plain
3) The stock trigger pull is rather heavy, but I have a swing trigger.

Not to much, like I said, its performance wise shouldnt be different from an STO.
Conclusion: Its definetily worth buying if you like autocockers, and are only 15 and dont have a steady source of income. That way you can slowy upgrade it like I did. I wont give it a 10 however because NO (THATS RIGHT NO) paintball gun is perfect. Im pretty sure thats not possible :).
9 out of 10

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