With its deadly combination of accuracy and speed, the Worr Machine EG marker is a good choice for the serious paintball enthusiast. The pure blowback marker--the top model in the Worr Machine line--is outfitted with a break-beam anti-chop eye and an electronic grip with a double finger trigger. As a result, you can smoothly fire shot after shot in the semi-auto, three-shot burst, or full auto modes. The EG also offers such features as a super-accurate 14-inch barrel, an inline regular with gauge for increased gas efficiency, a custom top-cocking bolt, and an Autococker threaded barrel and feed port, which comes standard on all Worr Machine markers.
Adding to the EG's versatility is a field-strippable pin for quick and easy maintenance on and off the field, a vertical air adapter, low-pressure operation, and ergonomic grip panels. Add in such features as a volumizer for consistent velocity and a hard-anodized blue finish and you have a great marker for almost any paintball scenario. The EG marker is backed by a one-year warranty.
Pure blowback paintball marker with super-accurate 14-inch barrel
Break-beam anti-chop eye and electronic grip with double finger trigger
Autococker threaded barrel and feed port; semi-auto, 3-shot burst, and full auto modes
Volumizer for consistent velocity; sleek hard-anodized blue finish
Field-strippable pin for quick and easy maintenance; 1-year warranty
The Worr Game Products WGP Worr Machine EG is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
I bought this gun primarily off how sick the gun looks and that it is electronic.... I never used an electric marker before so granted I had expectations very different from a $100 gun, but for the money it is excellent. It's kind of hard to walk the trigger unless your good at it so a mech hopper isn't a necessity, but a barrel would help a lot.
If you get a good deal on this gun, aka less than $75, its a good deal and imo you should get it.