Turtle Delrin Back Block
Custom Milled F/F Tungsten Hammer
MADMANN Spring Kit
WGP Ball Detent
WGP Slider Frame
WGP CT 3way
PPS Rock LPR
KAPP Clippard Ram
WGP Inline Regulator
Replacing the Freeflow Tungsten Hammer
Otherwise just buy the parts that you feel is needed to optimize the marker to fit your needs.
This conversion is light, compact, unique looking, and increases performance.
When I first got my turtle cocker about 6-8 months ago, i was eager to take it apart to check how well built this puppy was. I was quite amazed how well this gun was put together, the anodizing looked very sharp, no pits, fading of anodizing...Just a good solid glossy black color like I asked. I was surprised on how well built the turtle valve was, it's actually higher flowing than most out in the market, AKA being most likely the only higher flowing valve out there. Another great feature about this is that you eliminate a good 2-3 inches from a stock autococker. Turtle bodies can be made into a mini body, which eliminates approximately an inch. This also elminates the need of a beaver tail and that removed another 1 1/2" - 2" from your length. There's no worrying that your back block will smash against your mask, then again that should never happen with anyone regardless what autococker you might be shooting. Along with this, is that it makes your gun overall lighter. With a lighter back block and bolt that means higher cylic rate which means higher rof. People say autocockers aren't meant to be electros, or that they can't handle the rof...they definately need to get a sense of reality and check how these things will operate. I believe the cocking rate will be around the high 30psi to low 40psi, just absolutely outstanding.
Rob is just a great overall person to talk with, I would definately recommend his work over any other competitor that might be trying to copy his style of design. These guns are proven to be built to last and to ensure that it would be working and performing at it's highest quality when you recieve it. Nothing more than you could ask from a company. Any questions that you need to ask, Rob is more than happy to answer it for you.
Enough of this babbling already...conclusion is, this is the best money money can buy for autocockers when it comes to body kits. No chops with this kit, I basically took the kit and threw on mostly all stock WGP parts and it worked like a dream. I'm so confident about this, that right now I've already ordered another body from him that is being custom milled to my likings, that just how great Rob deals with his customers. He's here to satisify his customers needs. Anyways, I can't wait to sport out my next Turtle cocker, I can already tell that i'll be needing to pick up a halo-b when i put that worrblade on it.
i'm currently on my 2nd turtle cocker (god forbid why i sold my first one). My lastest one is definately something that i enjoy playing with, it shoots incredibly fast, light because it's custom milled, and looks good. I love this.
what are you talking about others trying to copy his design? martin didnt copy the design, he just wanted to try something new and it evolved, if anything he stole martins ideas, because martin made his first one way before fall of 2002, rob even says he saw a picture of something sweet, then made it. in other words, martin started it