The MG7 is a high performance Paintball Marker made for advanced play. Housed in a Co-Molded Composite body, the MG7 is lightweight and capable of achieving rates of fire competitive with top competition paintball markers. Matched with a VLocity Loader, the MG7 can achieve rates of fire up to 20bps (balls per second).
12 inch ported barrel
Break beam eyes
Adjustable regulator with gauge
Co-Molded composite body
Low pressure operation (150-200 operating psi)
20 balls per second
The Worr Game Products MG7 is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used. Check out the Places to Buy links below for places to purchase it new.
Before you shoot this take it apart and grease the bolt assembly and the reg threads
i made the mistake of not doing that the first time and it chopped like a battle axe.
at first glance i thought who's brilliant idea was it to put the gauge on the front of the reg
and wow those flames are ugly but after i chronoed and GREASED and played i was impressed very consistent velocity 275-277-278 (our field chronos at 280) cycled very smoothly i cant say anything for accuracy because i was shooting .680 paint and the stock barrel is .689
If you want a cheap consistent gat
or you need a backup this is a very good purchase
Great out of box ready
Almost no balls chopped
The V.A. freezes if you run C02 and gets very cold
This is a great gun, i bought for an upgrade from my old gun for a decent price and when i first used it for bush ball i thought it was decent. As soon as i switched to some speed ball it was GREAT its fast, doest chop balls, great stock barrel, and is very light.
i sugest it for a little more expirenced players
Smart Parts ION -MG7 seems to be more quiet and less kick
Dangerous Power Fusion -FASOR design is a lot louder than the MG7 and much more kick
WGP Autococker -NA
Empire Reloader B, Pure Energy 48ci/45K fiber wrapped tank, MG7 backup marker, Dangerous Power Fusion primary marker.
Clamping feedneck, barrel kit if using in tournaments.
Quiet, reliable, low kick, accurate, easy to use, efficient, fast 17bps, Low Price, consistent velocity
Battery cap design can be better instead of using long screw, no clamping feedneck
I wanted a spare marker to loan newbie co-workers when we go paintballing. I found this one on eBay. After watching the youtube videos and reading up on some reviews, I couldn't believe how cheap this marker was! The marker I got was the deluxe version with an upgraded board with more modes. The marker did not say WGP on it. I asked the seller why and he said it is the same marker w/ a better board but not branded bc WGP stopped selling markers.
I unscrewed the battery cap in the back (wonder why they made the screw so long, I just screwed it back half way) and put in a 9 volt battery. Screwed in my compressed air tank and used the included allen/hex wrench to increase the marker pressure until the gauge said 180 psi, popped in my Empire Reloader B (I had to wrap some electrical tape around the neck for it to stay in tight). I dumped some 8 month old paintballs into the loader and started shooting.
I was amazed at how fast and quiet the marker is w/ almost no kick.
I was so curious I decided to chrono the marker. With the gauge reading 180 psi, the velocity was at consistently at 280 feet per sec +/- 5. This marker is incredibly fast and consistent and efficient with air. I hit about 16-17 bps with no chops and old paintballs. I'm estimating I can shoot twice as many paintballs with the same amount of air than my $400 Fusion marker.
Next, I took apart the plastic casing of the marker and examined the metal innards. I didn't mess with it much but it looked pretty damn solid. I'll update this review if I ever decide to open it up further. The seller says they are going to make different colored plastic bodies for this marker soon. I'm definitely looking forward to some accessories for this marker.
Absolutely the best marker for the money out there. I challenge anyone to find a marker that has a lower price and can perform as well as this marker. Good for beginners and as a back up for advanced paintballers. Highly recommended!
Angel 05 speed- Better astetics and way easyier to get the BPS up.
E-grip spyder- Worse in every way, but only gun remotly similar in price.
Pump-outdoor: KP2, Direct feed mod
Semi-Air Power Vector
Electro- E-bladed 03 prostock with jam bolt and other autococker goodies.
It needs a barrel pretty bad, and gets iffy if you don't keepn the batteries fresh.
Stupid cheap! 50 bucks new!
Light as a phantom.
"Tactical flames" It's almost like WGP made it to be ugly.
Ok, so while browsing my local paintball store I saw one of these hanging on the pegboard for 50 bucks. I had a friend who expressed interest in paintball, and he grabbed the oppertunity to get a non-blowback for so cheap. (After I explained that no marker has better range simply because how it looks. IE: BT-4's)
After getting it home I put a couple drops of air tool oil in the asa and gassed it up. (Throwing in a battery, of course.) The buttons are a tad sub par, and it took awhile to get the stupid thing from safe mode to fire mode. Once it was there though it worked well. Also note, the marker comes with the reg backed out all the way, this is to make sure the user does not blast the noid' with 850 PSI. Just ease the velocity up when you gas it up the first time. Ok, so now we have gotten the boring stuff out of the way, on to how it shoots.
The gun shoots a lot like a shop air gun. (The things you see mechanics blast dust off of parts and such) This makes this gun pretty fun to shoot. However, the trigger has play. Everywhere. even after tightening it up, the pull still sucked. The plastic on plastic just sucked. Also, the microswitch is a bit heavyier then what one would expect in a paintball marker. (But then again, I like opto triggers with magnetic return, not microswitch.) Regardless, it was quiet and the eyes did their job.
Now, the shot count... This thing is a gas hog. Spoolies suck air like it's going out of style and this one is one of the best examples. It blasted through 3000 psi in 600 shots. Ouch.
Well, for the price range this marker is in, there is no way you can go wrong. But there's flaws for sure. The trigger, stupid flames and laughable gas usage bring it down a few notches.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 at 6:31 pm PST