Quick Dial thumb dial knob for easy access to programming and fire modes
LED display screen
Break beam eyes with manual on/off
Completely programmable functions and adjustments including: Debounce, Cycle percentage filter, Anti-mechanical bounce, Ball in Place delay, Max rate of Fire, Ramp start, Breakout
Closed bolt accuracy
Ergonomic grip frame assembly
High speed MP5 ram assembly with integrated TRV (Turbo Relief Valves)
Redesigned front pneumatics assembly eliminating low pressure hoses
Dual soft rubber ball stops
Gasket sealed front block
Macroline quick release hose
Internal pump rod
Adjustable low and high pressure regulators
On/Off bottom line
14 inch 2 piece Worr barrel
Fully adjustable trigger
Quick release pull pin
Lightweight short delrin bolt
The Worr Game Products Autococker SR is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Tippmann 98 Responce and Electronic, Pmi Pirania e-force GTI, WGP superstock, WGP Trilogy Select Fire and Mechanical Models, Smartparts Ion, Smartparts Shocker and Ego 08.
Stock Autococker SR, Halo B hopper, Pure Energy 3000 68 cu bottle
Accurate, Simple to Maintain, Break Beam Eyes, Fast ,Lighter Than Older Cockers
Slight Barrel Drift When Cycling Quickly
I finally bought an Autococker Sr on 1-31-2008 it was hard to get a hold of one. I talked with the owner of a local paintball shop in November of 2007 about ordering me one. When he talked to his wholesaler he where unable to get one ordered. I gave a call to JT USA and found out they pushed back the release date until late December early January. When I finally got it ordered, the marker arrived two weeks late. Although the wait was worth it and I hope this won't be a problem for other people.
The Autococker Sr comes in a nice ballistic nylon case with high density foam that wraps and protects the marker. It also comes with a parts kit and a .689 two piece barrel. The manual is in full color and very informative. Setting programs are a breeze with the scroll wheel/button under the grip. It comes completely programable and has 12 differant common fire modes. I tested it on unlimited rate of fire semi auto.
The Autococker Sr's power button is on the back of the marker body. The break beam eyes work very well and prevent chopping when cycling quickly. I believe they are an excelent upgrade to the reflective eyes of older model cockers. The OLED screen on the grip has a battery level indicator and tells you what fire mode you are using. The OLED screen is also extremely helpful for programing allowing you the see the setting you'r adjusting. The Autococker Sr's programing mode even offers a default reset just in case your custom program is more trouble than it's worth.
The mechanical features are just as impressive. I personally like the clamping feed neck and the sealed frontblock. The SR maintence/cleaning is simple like all other cockers. The trigger guard was large enough to "walk" the trigger comfortably, this is a major upgrade to older model cockers. I found the 90 degree ergonomic gripframe was very comfortable although it took me a little to get used to. It was a bit noisy but a good barrel with lot of porting should fix that. When cycleing very fast (15-25 BPS@50%ramp) for an extended amount of time it had a little barrel drift. The recoil was not unreasonable when compared to the other higher end markers i've shot.
In reflection WGP delivered on the promise to combine firepower with accuracy. As for reliablity, I haven't had enough time to prove that quite yet. The SR needs a high end loader to keep up with the firepower it delivers. A good barrel or barrel kit is also in order. This will cut down on marker noise and take advanange of good paint to barrel fit. The stock board offered so many program options that I don't think that any aftermarket board is needed. This marker will hold it's own on the speedball field and in the woods. If you are a cocker-fanatic " If you show me an inch I'll show you the deadbox".
04-05-2008 Information Update: Keep fresh batteries in your SR otherwise you will have trouble with the gun recocking. If you happen to be having this problem try a new higher end battery before you completely dimantle your marker
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 5th, 2008 at 2:36 pm PST
good rechargeable battery
....maybe the rest of the kaner kit (barrel kit)
MQ2 for peak performance
Ram is hit or miss
Reg is hit or miss
love this baby
got one in April and love it!!!!
the ram went bad fast, sent it in to WGP, and hasnt had a problem since (ram rod busted and orings inside were shredded)...also inline reg nvr worked and got that replaced.
first couple months using it i had the stock internals in and it was awesome.
It could actually fire over 25bps on my friends empire magna loader.....with a spring and sear and hammer internals!!!! thats crazy....
Kick is high for sure though, its a spring and hammer internal design.
13-18bps is no problem with this though. accuracy is nuts and kick is low...at higher rates the kick gets a little much (for a 2008 high-end marker) but still not a problem really.
Got an mq2 when they finally got back in stock and WOW this thing is perfect now.
ZERO kick nearly. Have gotten 28bps and am still pursuing 30...jjust need to tune it right.
Anyways the kick is gone with mq2 and efficiency and consistency shot up. getting 1050 on my 68/3000 carbon fiber PE tank. consistency improved to readings of 290-298 on stock reg (compared to 285-300 on stock internals). Iv since thrown on an AKA 2litre and the readings are insane 292-294 with a good paint match....maybe 291-295 on a bad day....I got this on my old SL74....so this SR is on par with a $1995.95 marker.....(somewhat, i meen the milling and weight of the sl74 are nuts)
Anyways im crazy about this marker.
Few kinks with stock ram and the ram is hit or miss i here....i got a lemon, and then got gold on my second one.
Did i forget to talk about the Tadao Board? whoops....but i dont think i have to ;)
Trigger frame is amazing comfortable
yes i highly recommend this cocker
nicest software out with tadao
30bps capable, 25bps stock
Very very accurate.
10/10 thank you WGP for an awesome Autococker. Hopefully another generation will follow.
Easy to Maintain
Pretty much just a balling gun
It can eat the batteries
use fresh ones
A few weeks ago I got to try this marker out and fell in love with it. I went out in the first round and was surprised at its Accuracy and speed. It was awesome. You can really pump out the paint with this sucker. In the first review someone asked if this can compete with a shocker or ego. My diagnosis is Yes. I played various high end markers and it not only kept up with but most of the time exceeded them. I am not saying this is the best gun, but put it in good hands and you can get kills easily. Out of all the guns I have tested this one is my favorite. If you get the chance and you are looking to move up from and Ion,etc. this is a excellent gun that you won't be disappointed in. Just saying though, When the batterie starts to run low it can sometimes start to chop the last ball and can start to have trouble cocking itself again. Just change the Battery and you are all set. This gun rips.
Pick one up.
lay that cash you have on this instead of upping that ion you have
Vert Reg, asa, barrel with .684 bore or interchangable inserts
Unique, Fast, very accurate, low kick for an autococker, Stock o.l.e.d board
Needs to be completely retuned out of the box.
I just picked one up a few months ago, I have always loved auto cockers and have owned several in the past I had also looked at this marker back when it first came out but at the time I was shooting a brand new ego. After selling all my gear a few years later I wanted to get back into the game and I could not help but look into the SR for how low they were being priced. After I got a hold of it and aired up I noticed right away that the lpr was way to high with a quick feel test pulling back on the bolt. I did not even shoot the marker until doing some research for the best setting for proper timing and board settings but once everything was set it was good to go. I would recommend upgrading the vertical reg as well as the asa, the stock reg is inconsistent and the on/off asa is very hard to turn when aired up also the stock barrel is fairly nice but the bore is to big most paint runs around .684 bore and a tight fit is crucial with auto cockers so that you do not get roll through. This seems like a great marker to me I have not broken mine down all the way which should not be needed unless you have to replace the ball detents later down the road which are supplied with the very nice extra parts kit comes with everything you need to keep the marker running for the most part. I played with it last weekend a hard day of tournament level speedball and it kept up with the 2010 egos just fine I shot about 4,000 rounds and it didnít skip a beat not a single chop or barrel break and I put a lot of guys in the dead box the accuracy is phenomenal.
Awsome Autococker but know what you are buying this was not made for people that are brand new to the sport you will need some knowledge of autocockers
Bob Long Protege, low pressure kit, kila detents, 4c eyes critical trigger, pillow bolt
reg, asa, barrel if you want, MQ2 if you have the cash
Light, tight, accurate, unique, its a cocker
Temperature, rarer, limited aftermarket parts selection.
I got this marker because it came down in price and I wanted to get a new cocker before JT sports and WGP got killed off by Kee action sports.
I picked it up and it has a very unique feel to it with the 15* front and 90* frame, which makes you get right up and tight with your marker and unlike standard cockers you wont get jamed in the face with the bolt when you shoot.
Tried to air it up the first time and the HPR would not adjust properly, tried to tear it apart and rebuilt it but to no avail so just replaced it with a CP reg, and the asa did not completely shut the air off so I also replaced it.
Thought it was a little odd that it used the spyder style rubber detents instead of the more durable ones. Also it does use tape to hold the eyes in place under the massive eye covers that are the entire sides of the marker, all the glossy black on the side of the marker but does use break beam eyes instead of the eblade's bounce beam eye making it more consistent and accurate in detecting paint.
got it tuned in so it shot nice and silky smooth and would easily hold a line of 20-25 bps with little recoil, had to adjust board settings slightly to make it fire without breaks. adjusted the closing time by 1 ms.
Also found its single problem and its the same as with all cockers and most old school markers, you have to adjust the LPR a bit if it gets below about 50 degrees. After a bit of adjustment you can make it work properly again.
Just got a second SR to install the MQ2 valve in using the Black Magic style spacer and install was quick and simple and second SR had same initial problem as the first with the malfunctioning HPR and ASA and pulled out a spare reg and asa to replace them.
so far it has even less recoil as my standard SR but does need fine tuning to get it to where i want.
After playing with both varients of the markers, standard and MQ2
The mq2 slightly lighter and have slightly less recoil but does not lessen the massive accuracy and firepower this baby can lay down, Ive been testing with a sly pro merc kit 14 in and 16 in and a thunderpig 18 in straight bore mil sim barrel all which have performed excellently on this marker, i have outgunned about every single person ive played against with markers in every class and price range and have actually been asked to go easy against players with egos and dms because of the dominence of this marker,
(please know that this is against D3 and D4 players which im considered a d4 player so they are in the same group as i am)
This is the best marker for about any price range ive ever shot
Did side by side comparison and battery of tests for day between standard SR, MQ'd SR and my bob long protege.
MQ'd SR was the most consistent over the chrono at +/- 5 fps with properly bore sized paint compared +/- 7 FPS with regular SR and +/-9 with my protege.
Accuracy was more comparable throughout testing, from approx 75 ft pattern was approx 8 in spread using a Sly 14 in Pro Merc with properly sized paint, approx 9 in with SR and same barrel and approx. 11 in with the Protege.
BPS testing is where it was really shining but they were all excellent, SR with the MQ was the best at at 29 bps with a margin of error from radar of +/- 2 bps, the SR stock scored 25 bps with the same margin of error and the protege scored very nicely at 27 bps.
These are what i was able to get with the set up of each of my markers you may have your markers set up slightly different and wont have the same conditions, but after adding the MQ to my SR has made it go from a great marker to the to an EXCELLENT marker and this is because the mq has made it more consistent, more accurate and has made its recoil to next to nothing.
Great marker, prolly the best cocker made even though WGP is going out you may want to get ahold what may be the last of the high end cockers
Fast, accurate, and so far its been reliable except in cold weather
Best money Ive spent getting this marker and the MQ2 valve, will probably sell my Protege now
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 at 6:30 pm PST
autococker 1998, autococker 2000,phantom, and dragun tes
right out of the box barrel, co2 20 oz, and Empire Magna Paintball Hopper
This gun is unbelivable it is very light and very accurate to the T
Can not use gun out of the box
This gun is what I hoped it was going to be and is totally unbelivable i usually only get 4 or 5 kills a map before getting out with this thing i get 8 to 10 kills a round as soon as i started on a speed ball match i got two people out right at the start. the on off button needs to be located to a different part of the gun turned it on in my bag the second time i went to play with it the battery was dead but i just take the battery out now and put it in before play I got to test this gun from a friend who told me that it was a piece of junk because of the setting but once i solved his problems i went out right away and purchased the gun. I rather use this for recreation play vs tourny play.
I really like this gun and would see me using it in the near future for tourny play once I get everything tweaked for this gun. This gun cannot be used right out of the box you will end up giving it away or having someone redo the setting on it. This gun is not for beginners even tho people say it is I still dont have everything just right with it I will give an update a month or two from now saying if my tweaking is just right on it
Jams/ Jams/ Jams
Weird fire rate on semi with eyes on
Shred paint inside barel
I had this gun for a month. And had a lot of problems with it. It seems that there is too types of users. Ones that get this thing working out of the box perfectly and ones like me who get every single problem. In other words, gun itself feels pretty good. Weights ok not too heavy not too light. Grip as weird as it looks actually not that bad. Extremely accurate gun when it works let me tell you that. I was amazed how accurate it shoots with the stokck barrel.
Anyways. If you know what you doing and have room to test this gun its a pretty good buy especially for 200$ its a steal. Otherwise if you like me dont waste your money save up and buy something better. I give this gun 5 only because it been jaming on me too often. and break beam eyes i dont even know whats the story there. Otherwise if everything would work ok i would give this gun easly 10/10
05 Black Magic w/e2 frame - nice marker but never got it shooting as well as I think it was capable of shooting.
Karnivor - nice and similiar to SR but SR has alot of current features.
Macdev Clone (black)
Empire Prophecy loader
Stako 68ci tank
-new on/off asa
-barrel kit or eigenbarrel
-new reg if your's is bad. they are 50/50 on these but I got lucky and got a good one.
-90 frame VERY comfy
-trigger just OK
-on/off asa no good
-reg's hit or miss
well I'd been intrigued by the SR before they even came out and have always like cockers, especially e-framed ones. now that the price came down so low I figured I grab one even after reading some mixed reviews on them.
I bought mine from ansgear.com. Upon arrival I opened the box to discover a very nice case made of a cloth type material. Inside was the marker (of course) a barrel condom, a nice tool & spare box, and a nice manual. The manual for past cockers was a one manual for all model type thing and wasn't good. this manual on the other hand was VERY well done with excellent quality photos and detail.
so I wanted to air it up and test it right away. screwed in my tank with the asa all the way out and it still aired up. the asa on these are worthless basically since they are on even when screwed out all the way. I recommend replacement immediately.
so I went out with a hopper full to test it out. oh, before I forget you want to up the watch time setting from the stock 200ms to 400ms right away. ok, back to shooting. i tested it first in semi auto. the first shots i took were slow just to get used to it- very nice. It shoots very similiar to the black magic from a feel standpoint but I like the feel of the 90 degree frame even better. smooth with a hint of the cocker inertia associated with all but the mq valved cockers. now I wanted to see how it felt at a higher rof so I put it on psp ramp to 15 bps. started shooting and noticed a bit more recoil at the higher rate than a slower speed but still very reasonable. now I wanted to see the max capability with my prophecy on there I set it to uncapped ramp. shooting it uncapped provided insane speed i'd guess 25+ bps which is way faster than I ever had a cocker (and most other markers shoot). there was a good deal of recoil (kick) at this speed which isn't a real concern for me since i'll never likely shoot it like that again.
having owned the SR for awhile now I'm prepared to endore it as a great marker once it's properly set up that is. i'd say it's very versitile also. it's the first marker i reach for when it's time for woodsball and i wouldn't hesitate to bust it out in a tourny either if my clone ever went down.
the last point I want to make is that you don't need to be a cocker pro to own one, especially an electric one. they are set up (mechanically and timed) out of the box. all you'll do is add a couple drops of oil in the asa every few cases and just shoot it.
Overall, the SR is really nice! I'm giving it a 10 for what it is which is a very polished modern version of the autococker that has lots of awesome features and shoots amazingly. for what they sell for now I think it's the best value out there.
none now waiting on an etek 3
CP 14inch barrel
Crossfire 68/4500 tank
whole new gun
Easy to program
Feels nice in your hands
Eyes held in by tape
Eye covers let paint in when shot
i bought this gun knowing i was gonna have some type of problems right out of the box and have to send it in to the factory to be fixed. but i was cool with that because its a gun worth like 600 for 200. na all i got was headaches because of it.
right out of the box it was set up wrong. but i tuned it per Tech PB mikes instructions on his review. the oled board was very dim. this gun chops paint no matter what settings you use.
i had the bip delay all the way up to the max and the watch time maxed also. after playing with the settings for days and wasting a half box of paint testing it i finally got it to stop chopping. then an hour later its chopping again. AND I CHANGED NOTHING.
screw it. i sent it in to the factory to be fixed and set up. after a 3 weeks of them having it i called them and long story short they said the replaced everything on the gun and couldnt get it to shoot above 250 fps. (which is wierd because low velocity wasnt a problem i was having, unlike another guy who has this gun at my field) they said they had no replacments left in stock for it and instead gave me credit with the web site i purchased it from (they basicly gave up on it). their tech support was very helpful although they couldnt fix it they did all they could to try and they kept me updated thru the whole process.(once i called them).
all in all it was just a big waste of time and i wish i would have just purchased a reliable gun in the first place instead.
I made this review specifically to warn you others- dont bother with this gun. i swear i did a ton of research on it and probably read everything there is to read as far as troubleshooting and stuff online. the price drop tells all. if you want a nice electro cocker you gotta get a pre 2k5 and eblade it.
I've shot less than a 1/2 case through mine and the front reg already failed and needed to be rebuilt. Instead of sending to the factory, I rebuilt it myself and it works fantastic now. This is easily the fastest 'cocker I've shot. There is a little recoil but not too bad. Programming is super easy. The gun seems pretty well built, especially considering that these are made overseas now.
If you want a unique marker thats going to be competitive with all of the tourney guns out there, then this would be a good choice... just make sure you have mechanical abilities.