I found that when comparing back blocks,....the main factors are "Form", "Function", and weight. This little beauty utilizes all three. This design was originally created for the WGP Black Magic Autococker....but slowly found it's way into regular production. I have used the "Old School" WGP "P" Block, as well as a Shocktech Back Block......but I like this one the best. It's small in width, compact (in comparison to the "P" block), and lightweight. The milling makes it unique among the vast array of back-blocks on the market....but the name WGP rises above them all.
Back blocks are made to do one thing,....Re-cock the bolt. The lighter they are, the less force is required to do so. This results in a lower air pressuer in your LPR, gaining you more shots per tank (via conserved air). Although the air you save is miniscule, the result is the same. FLAWLESS OPERATION!!!!!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 29th, 2006 at 10:05 pm PST
-2002 black/ green vertibrate mini autococker
(it came stock with the works, such as a black magic reg, milled back block, etc. check it out on this site)
-using it stock for now
-black Halo TSA hopper
-68 steel crossfire tank
It is a great backblock because it is an extremely light black block considering that it is a metal based one. Great for cockers that cycle faster than 10 bps. If i was going for speed though i would definately think about the block from slik or silk or w/e it is because they are good too.
Its also cool because the anodizing is all over the block And the milling is very cool.
Its a good block and a great upgrade from stock, it helps you cycle faster and gives the ram less work to do.
2003 WGP Autococker (red)
WGP 2 piece classic barrel
red dye stickys
Black magic bolt
WGP cocking rod (red)
Shocktech drop (Black)
Empire On/Off (black)
Shocktech Angled beavertail
12 volt revvy (red and black)
green vortex impeller
Java preset 68/3000
Redz tank cover (blue)
milling, anodizing, weight
this is a really nice back block, ir ur building a custom cocker u should buy this block.
the milling is really nice and the design in my opinion is flawless. the anodizing is even all over it and looks good. in addition this block is very light because of its all aluminum construction
if ur builing a custom cocker buy the back block just because i said so
2003 vf cocker
modified orracle bolt
Cocking mass i seen lighter back blocks
Great back block came stock with my gun it looks great with cool milling and has good anodizing. its a bit on the heavy side but not to much but there are lighter back blocks. and after a while this thing begins to wear down i mean wear down as in the threads to the pump arm stripping but that i can see i used it for a while.
Great back block if u want it take but their are better ones 7/10