The Sonic LPR for AutoCocker is where style meets performance - it is small, shiny and works great! Its smooth action helps to give you good shot to shot consistency over the chrono. The thumb adjuster with anti vibration o-ring allows for easy permanent adjustment. It is available in black, silver, blue, burgundy, purple and green.
The MACDev Sonic LPR is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
2K3 Vertical Feed Autococker with CP Pro 2 piece, CP regulator, Omega bolt, Dye beavertail, Mac Dev Sonic LPR, Black Magic cocking rod, Uni-Mount
Small, Consistent, Looks awesome
I had a Tickler, but my friend and I switched. (Him having the Sonic, and me having the Tickler.) I couldn't really tell a difference between the two, but this one looks a lot better on my gun. Overall, it's very consistent, it won't slip, and it won't move if you accidentally rub it up against a bunker.
It's made by Mac Dev, so you know it's going to be a quality product. Get this if your looking for something more consistent over your stock LPR.
06 MacDev Cyborg Stormtrooper
MacDev rail w/ MacDev On/Off
Powerlyte Scepter kit
WGP Worrgas (soon to get rid of)
Bit pricey but other than that, none
I got this thing for my Dragun T1 when I had one.I got this since I knew MacDev is a reliable company that makes top of the line products. Anyways, I threw it on my T1 and it surely did it's job very well. Kept up with the fast rate of shooting I was doing. I never had a problem with it when I had it. Like I said, MacDev = Reliable. : )
I can tell this sucker can run an E-bladed cocker just fine since it can catch up to my T1 which runs at a bit higher pressure.
If this thing ran my T1 smoothly, it can surely can run your Cocker just as good. This thing can surely compete with any LPR out there... It's small but does it's job at its best!
Get one! a Reliable product from a reliable company.
A well worth product to buy.
Very small, looks nice, worked very well...when it worked.
No reataining screw on the knob. Went berzerk all of a suddon.
Came stock on my works cocker, worked nice for a while, pinched bals very well. but evrytime i used it i had to adjust it back to pintching point, it seemed that everytime i used it the pressure went up, cure-reatining scrwe on the knob- my only real problem with it
but i turned it on one day and it was shooting about 200 psi thru the little hole on the front, like some bad ass hissing. i figured it was an o-ring but b4 i even could check, i swapped my trusty microrock back on. my rock performs just as good and it doesn't adjust its self everytime i shoot
Good, some slight probs, decent product. i recommend a rock
2003 Cocker, CP grip reg, CP 2 piece barrels, Belsales Hollowpoint, STO Ram, MacDev Sonic LPR, Dye swing, KAPP cocking rod and CiP Unimount.
I got this because I felt that the rock was too big on my gun. The first thing I noticed when I recieved it was size. WOW is this thing small! It's like 1/2 the size of a normal rock. It comes with a nice knob that doesn't turn easily so that the pressure stays constant. I've seen no problems with it and it works just as well as my rock reg did, but it does it looking better.
03' Kapp Reflex
Pmi 68ci 5000psi tank
Dye rhino cover
EvolutionII hopper clear
Nexus kit includes the following
-DART bolt with delrin pin
-Nexus ram w/ Qev's
Eclipse fangz X2 (one on each side)
Eclipse macro line kit
Belsales hollowpoint 3-way
Macdev 04' gladiator
Macdev sonic lpr w/ gas through front block screw
Macdev titanium pump arm
Macdev gauges 300psi and 1000psi
Kapp patriot cocking rod
Kapp reflex hinge
Kapp Kxs barrel
Omega actuating rod
Very small compared to other regs.
Has nice jewel on front.
When I received the lpr I was amazed at how small it is It, if you took off the threads and the hex section of any other lpr you will see how short it is. works like a dream, i don't know why other manufactures aren't sizing down their lprs. if you want to see it on a marker go to the following link to see mine. http://www.wgppress.com/viewtopic.php?t=22137
You will like this product if its what you are looking for in terms of style and function. The above pictures are the older model, the newer ones have an actual barb and are nicer looking. Visit Macdev.com to see the newer one.
-Black to grey fade Freeflow lotus body
-Freeflow nylatron bolt and pullpin
-AKA tornado valve
-jackal hispeed hammer
-CCM cocking rod
-Belsales .44 magnum ram w/ 2 qevs
-Macdev 2k2 Sonic LPR
-Halo B w/ Zcode and RipDrive
-45/45 PMI Fiberwrapped tank
-Empire 10 piece barrel system
-and some other stuff on the gun probly that i dont remember off the top of my head
Small and sleek
no set screw to hold the adjustment knob in place, but no biggy,
I had a Shocktech LPR at first, and didnt get very good performance out of that, plus it was huge, so i figured ide get somethign better. From there i upgraded to a CCM lpr. I liked that alot, it is very similar to the macdev. When i started building my mechanical cocker, i moved the CCM over to that, and picked up this baby for my eblade. It is very consistant, and run along with a CP, gladiator, or sidewinder reg, its awsome!
I gave this a 9 because of the absence of a set screw. Its small, sleek looking, and very efficient and is a great addition to any cocker
Custom 2k1 cocker
Anything that could have been upgraded was!!
It is very small, compact, light, and looks cool. If you ever need to rebuild it, it is exceedingly simple. It makes the front end of your gun look much smaller than most cockers, and really sweetens up the pnuematics.
I overpressureized mine by leaving my barrel condom over my back block and blew out an o-ring. It was no problem to replace, and MAC DEV customer support was top notch in offering any assistance I might have needed.
Get one. It closely resembles the new regs on the ORRACLE cocker so that must tell you something. Sweet looks, excellent performance!!!
This front reg is so nice! It's best feature is how small it is! It gives you better performance than the Jackhammer II, and is just as good if not better than the palmer Rock, AND IT"S 2/3 THE SIZE! If you want the best front reg on the market for your cocker , then definitely get this one. It does exactly what MacDev says it does. No leaks either! Easily adjustable, small and compact, looks NICE, and is VERY consistant! What more do you want?!
No bad. This product really does deserve a 10, trust me
This lpr is great. I bought it because my stock one was really starting to get to me when it kept slipping time after time even with teflon tape wrapped around the screw. I didn't expect any other improvements when i bought this but man was i surprised. When I first fired it a few times I immediately noticed that it was much more consistent. I seriously think I was gettin drop off from my stock lpr when I was shooting fast because sometimes it would shortstroke and my timing is perfect and I definately pull the trigger hard enough. This lpr is definately a great improvement over any stock lpr. I haven't used other aftermarket lpr's except my friends tickler but I can't really say how they compare since I didn't really test his tickler.
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i had this on an impulse
piece of junk
i bought this thing to go on an impulse. getting it on was no problem but when i went to gas it up the sonic starts leakin like crazy so i turn the gas off and strip it to find the oring inside is not falling off. at first i thought maybe it was to big so i put on a smaller one ands try again. same problem. needles to say i sent it back and bought a smartparts mini maxflo.
i heard these were great but they're not. ill never buy another one.