WGP Orracle, Dye Ultra light and Reflex, And Works
Stock Chipley, Scepter Barrel,NW on/off drop forward, 68/45 tank, and EggII
None (unless you want to go electro, then e-blade... It's already drilled to accept the eye)
I could sum it up in one word ... Smooth.
Not enough paint.
This closed bolt semi (need to be stated this way because of WGP's copy write on the name "Autococker") is sweet. It's very low pressure out of the box, I short stroked it twice, and it just bounce off the ball and re-cocked. No pinch or break. The action is fast that I had to go to an Egg to keep up, I was out shooting a x-board revi (that's mech trigger). It is quiet, you hardly even hear the back block clicking. Accurate, I really don;t like to comment on this, because some of the accuracy is the shooter, but it has a very flat trajectory, I placed shots between a bunker to hit a guy on the barrel. Very light, some of the guys I've played with would compare it's weight to a DYE Ultralight. It comes as complete custom job straight from the factory for right around $700, they do all their own work. The look of the gun is cherry, I got a custom blue/black combo.
There is a lot more I could say 'bout the marker, but you have to try it. The company has a proven record, they are the one who make the cocker for Works cocker. All of their stuff are home made (except the body, but they mill them their self), so all the part fit perfectly together.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 26th, 2003 at 9:18 pm PST