The WGP STO ram is a smooth, fast ram that will be good enough for just about every player out there. This ram can cycle 25 times a second and I don't think that anyone can shoot that fast. It is one of the smoothest rams I have ever used, best being the 44 magnum ram. I found this ram to be very similar to the Kapp FAT ram also. Out of the time I've used it, I have had no problems with it and I am very happy with it.
If you want a ram that is smooth and fast for a great price, this is a great ram to consider.There are smoother and faster rams out there, but not many. 25 cycles per second is plenty for any player and whether you have an electonic autococker or a mechanical one, this is a great upgrade.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, September 13th, 2003 at 10:10 pm PST
I swapped out my stock Ram for one of these little jems, and I was NOT Disappointed. Shot for Shot, this thing worked seamlessly EVERY TIME!!!! No Missed Cycles, No Short Strokes,..... JUST CONSISTANT PERFECTION!!!!! They are even available in all of the "Standard" colors, so that you can match it up with your "scheme". I replaced it only because I need to replace my entire front block. If there was no other problems, it would still be there.
It's cheap (in price), better than stcok, and will never quit on you. Go and buy one....if you have a "Mechanical" autococker. The Elctornics deserve a WGP "MP-4" Ram.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 29th, 2006 at 10:35 pm PST
GUN SETUP: System X Type X (getting the Xonix Frame and a egg2 for christmas)
Shocktech Bomb 3 way, Palmers Rock lpr, Sto Ram, Dye Excel,Nelson spring kit,Kapp actutaing rod, Macdev 2k Sonic Front Block Screw, 68 4500 psi System X tank, 6+1 pack.
Very Very Smooth compared to stock ram
Well I love this ram its so smooth. Its cheaper than some of the rams about $30. The chrome one looks nice and did i mention its really smooth. i shot my friends cocker the other day with a stock ram and it freaked me out. I wont own another cocker without upgrading the ram first. I have heard from several people that the sto is good for up to 18 bps so it would be fine for a elec. cocker.
Great Upgrade for a great price i highly recommend it!1
Blue 2002 STO Atucocker
12" Dye Boomsticks, large and small bore, glued, anno'ed to match
WGP hinge frame with flame trigger
WGP Ergo Reg
System X Cradle
PMI 68/3000 fiber wrapped n2 tank
Smoke Empire Reloader
smooth, fast, gas efficient
umm, i dont know?
This is a great ram, and not too expensive either if its going on as an upgrade. Its very smooth and fast. My cocker is butterey smooth partly due in part to the ram, and the bolt. It also seems to help with the tremedous gas efficiency i get.
Im not sure what else to say, it seems to be a good upgrade from a stock ram...etc.
great ram, if you have one already, there is no reason at all to replace it. It compares favorably with every other ram ive ever used. Its a relativly inexpensive upgrade also. Very high quality and excellent performance.
Comes in different colors
works well enough
This ram works fine, but when i tryed to take it off it broke in my pump arm like cheap plastic, It also is has a very ragged pull to it if you take it off but when its on the gun. If your buying a new ram by the Belsales Evolution, but if it came stock on your gun you don't need to replace it.
Don't buy it, but if its already on just leave it.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, September 23rd, 2004 at 6:16 pm PST
Cobra rail and drop
Dye ultralite barrel
Evil Pipe System
Egg 2 z board
13 -15 bps
not that smooth
I had this on my old cocker. It was good for my mech cocker. Being i couldnt shoot past 9 bps since it was amech. So 13-15 bps will last you. But if you have an electro cocker you wouldnt want to get this. To slow for it. You'll outshoot it and cause problems for yourself that you would rather not have. I got a chance to also use the kapp fat ram which was way smoother and is capable of 17-18 bps for a couple more dollars. Then the king of all the Belsales 44 magnum (eclipse) Which was just silky smooth and godly. If you have an electro cocker DEFINETLY get that one. But the sto ram will hold you off i just dont think of it as the best out there. But its good for its price
Get it if you have a mech cocker. But if you have an electro get a kapp fat ram or a 44 magnum. their smoother and can keep up where the sto ram cant
Free Flow Lotus Body
45 Hinge Frame
Black Magic Regulator
Full Freak Kit
Black Heart Board
Smoother Cycle,Less BlowBack
I Was Just Looking For Something To Put On My Free Flow Body. When I Was Building The Kit So I Had A Free Flow Ram It Was Ok But Just It Wasn't As Smooth Or As Fast At Cycling. So I Was At My Paintball Store Where I Work So I Figure Ok It Just Sitting There So I'll Put It On For Now Just To Try It And Compare The Two. Took My Gun Out Back, Shot It And It Was So Much Smoother Than The Free Flow. (Not Dissinig FreeFlow Simply Just Saying I Personaly Dont Like It The Ram
It's A Decent Ram And You Can Pick One Up On ebay For About $30-40.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 1st, 2006 at 4:09 am PST
So i decided to buy a new ram. I wanted an eclipse one but to expensive so i bought an STO. Im happy i did. I got a black one to match my black cocker. Took a little while to get the 3way hoses back on but when i did it was perfect. It was alot smoother than the stock ram.
2004 WGP Mini Orracle
Belsales .44 Magnum Ram w/ Eclipse QEVs
Belsales Hollowpoint 3-way
WGP Tickler LPR
Shockteck Bent SS Pumparm
MacDev Delrin Detent
WGP Worr Blade Bolt
WGP Locking Feedneck
WGP Black Magic Inline Reg
Hybrid Grind On/Off
PMI Pure Energy 88/3000
Evolution II Loader
Does it's job
Not the smoothest ram
Requires retapping for QEVs
It's certainly not a horrible ram, but it's certainly not the best. The action on the ramshaft is a little rough, and sticks slightly in places, even when freshly lubed. That's only really noticeable when moving the shaft by hand, for with the backblock and bolt mass on the pumparm, it will let the gun fire smoothly enough.
Not bad, but worth replacing if looking to smooth your cycle and decrease your cocking pressure. Take a look at a Belsales or Eclipse ram.
nexus ram....not as fast....any other ram for the most part
04' Nighkast with worr bolt, trv kit, (pretty much a cheap karnivor), 14" Empire 7 peice barrel kit, Dye drop, eggy and centerflag 68/45
-Slow and not many qev's fit it, but trv kit doeshelp :)
Very slow unless u get the trv kit....but it increasing your speed with the stock ram....i loved the performance upgrade.....plus it makes my nightkast like a cheap version of a karnivor even though it doesnt have the ICS or body of one.....but jsut as good. it is a good upgrade if u want to make it for ur autococker...but i still must say nexus has the best ram
Get it with trv kit if u dont have the money to buy a new ram w/ qev's...get this cuase it is almost jsut as fast and saves u a lot of money