2003 Dye Autococker (Cobalt to clear), ANS reg/drop/asa, 4500psi Worr Gas, 12v revy
Nice reg, drop, & asa. I got all chrome ANS parts. And a nice nitro tank, my worr gas looks and works great on it.
- Very quiet
- The cuts are incerdibley nice
- Light weight (depending on your tank)
- Once you get the tank on the whole setup balances out very good
- Comes stock with boomstick! (mine came with a 2pc)
- Vertical feed
- Many colors to chose from
- Looks that could compare to a supermodel
- Sweet trigger!
- Extremely easy bolt release
- Dye sticky grips
- When you first get it you may experience leaking in somewhere in the 3-way. which is common for cockers when you get them but you just send it back and they fix it right up, free of charge.
- That is the only really bad thing you might run into. I found nothing bad about the gun itself.
I picked up mine from the Panam in vegas just weeks ago and tried it out the very next saturday at the field. I did have a little bit of leaking in the 3-way but it was nothing to worry about, no need to send it back. With the next shot the leak stopped.
If you are thinking about getting it, i say go for it! It is sweet gun that comes basically fully upgraded with the newest dye parts and comes stock with a boomstick, now there is no need to spend 120 on a boomstick (get the 2pc. if you can that way you can buy new tips if you want to change the length instead of a whole new barrel. The cuts are beautiful and the gun is great! it is quiet, light weight, and will make your friends very jealous.
Put a nice reg, drop, and asa and you won't be able to put it down or stop looking at it. The trigger is very fast and the accuaracy of the gun is great.
Defiantely worth the money!
Dye Ultralite, Shocktech Cocker(completely different gun)
'02 Dye Cocker, Dye pneumatics, 16" Ti Boomer, Angel IR3 minireg, Izon, 68/45 AA Raptor Air, Warp Feed, Evlution II revy, Shocktech beavertail, low pressure exhaust valve, low pressure conversion(running 230 psi currently)
'99 WGP Cocker, Shocktech front block kit, Supafly bolt, Benchmark 45 grip, Dye Stickies, Ti Boomer 14", Shocktech df, 32Deg 68/45 CA tank. Shocktech beavertail, Ricochet hopper
Ti Boomer,(best boomstick in existence), other than that, angel reg if you like, or the ans reg works well, but doesn't match the gun well. Really the reg is personal pref.
This may take a while:
1. Closed bolt- as with all cockers, the closed bolt of the dye gives outstanding accuracy, unparalleled in anything else I've ever shot(and I've shot them all)
2. Dye hinge trigger is the best Cocker double trigger in existence. I have since this writing replaced the Benchmark on my backup Cocker with a dye swing, can consistently shoot 10-14 bps with no shortstroking after retiming( retiming can be a bit of a pain, it's slightly different than a single trigger)
3. Stock Boomstick- Although the Ti Boomstick is worlds better than anything else(lighter, slicker, easier to clean, breaks less paint, two piece, medium bore fits more different paint brands than most) the fact that this gun comes stock with the boomstick should tell you something
4. Dye pneumatics kit- runs stock at less than 350 psi, can be easily dropped below 250 psi, shortest stroke three other than the bomb (wish I could get a bomb that looked like the pmp) front reg allows for pressure fine tuning
Now for the less technical goodies
5. the milling- good lord that is some sexy grindin' they did on this gun
6. gunmetal finish- looks as sexy as the chrome, less visible in the woods
There are other things I could say but that about sums it up
Well, this isn't going to take too long.
It's a shame that Dye doesn't have their own reg to match the finish of the rest of the gun. However, unless aesthetics are your main reason for buying a marker in the first place, you'd probably switch it for your favorite anyway. It is a little bit long if you are a front player, in which case just get the Ultralite and your set. Don't plan on running CO2 through it, or you will do a lot of cleaning to keep it functioning at its prime. Other than that, this is the Holy Grail of Semis.
As you can see, I am very fond of this marker. I have never been a big fan of the Electro scene, though I have owned a few Angels, and they are good for their purpose, but this is the best marker I have ever owned. Buy yourself a good inline reg, gas it up and go win some tournies.
1: Automag RT w/ Air America Apocalypse 114/4500, DYE Boomstick 18'' barrel, double trigger mod with Smart Parts Wood grip, Armson Pro Dot.
2: 2002 DYE Autococker dust gray w/ JAVA 68/4500 preset, DYE drop forward with air port, Angel regulator.
1. Regulator, your choice
2. A beavertail on 2002 models
below are the accessories you might need:
- Drop forward with Nitro or compressed
- Recent revolution or your choice of loader
Light, accurate, milling, fast ROF, looks, comes w/ Boomstick, DYE=quality
Slow rate of fire if you compare it to an electro of the same price.
I just got my DYE Autococker yesterday that I bought on Ebay. I got it at a great price (620) and it came with a drop forward, cradle with on/off, beaver tail and a Angel regulator. It is basically in brand new condition, the previous owner didn't even fire a full case with it.
For an Autococker, it is very light, maybe not as light as the Ultralite, but still much more lighter than my Mag RT. The milling is simply amazing, the cuts are super clean, the anodizing is flawless. Some custom cockers are just over milled, too much windows so dirt can enter into the internals and you need a major cleaning job. Not the DYE, it's simple to clean, but looks like a million bucks!
It's much easier now with the DYE hinge to fire a fast string of paint. The trigger is smooth, but a roller sear could be a great modification. The trigger have no wobble, very short throw and ergonomic. I never liked the way the trigger frame looked, but when you put your hand on it, you understand why they made it this way. The pneumatics are top notch, the LPR is totally ajustable and rebuidable, so does the ram and the p.m.p. three way. Very smooth/short action.
I'm sure this toy will draw a lot of attention upon the other players. As I plan to play more tournaments, I might keep my Mag for recball only.
If you plan to buy an Autococker, you should strongly consider the 2002 DYE Autococker/2003 Reflex Autococker. It is comparable to the Orracle or the SFL. Too bad it doesn't come with an inline regulator, but you get a matching boomstick. The only difference with the 2002 and 2003 is the beaver tail, ram and a small difference with the milling.
Psycho Ballistics Cradle
Nitro Duck 68/3000
Chrome Black Magic reg
some kind of drop forward
Very nice gun. The ano on these guns is very nice. Custom Boomstick is very nice as well. It has great accuracy and range. These things have a great trigger frame even though it dosn'y have a safety. The twist bolt is really helpful. Great for field stripping and such. The trigger pull is very short and smooth. ROF fire is very nice as well.
Well mine when i got mine it was untimed. Also the hoses in the pneumatics were on wrong. Just those 2 minor things. The knob on the front reg can be hard to adjust when the gun is aired up. The price tag is a little high, but if you got the cash get the DYE. Other then the those few minor problems there is nothing wrong with the gun.
Price tag is a little high.
Not for those that wanna customize there guna ALOT, alreay comes tricked out with DYE products, so theres no need for more upgrades really.
Angel LCD, Dragon Intimidator, Orracle, Kapp, and Black Magic Cockers. Tippman 98 w/flatline
red fade 2002 Dye Autococker
flame drop forward
Ricochet AK Loader
This gun comes with an awesome trigger frame and the best barrel you can get, the dye boomstick! It's had really good accuracy and great range. It's had good air efficiency. It doesn't chop any paint. The looks of this gun are awesome. Once again it was really cool that it came with a boomstick and a hinge frame so I didn't have to go out and buy ones that didn't match it's colors.
It also had that really cool boomstick sound when it shot. REALLY quiet. I didn't even have the ultralight and it was still really light, lighter than most guns.
It came untimed and had a small airleak in the front of the 3-way. Otherwise everything was really good.
This gun was really good. Not as good as the Kapp Flame Autococker, which I think is the best cocker they make. It was a bit inconsistent at first but not any more. If you have the money, get a Flame Cocker over this. It's only 150 dollars more. But I still liked this gun a lot.
when i first got this autococker, it leaked a little bit out of the 4-way, but i called dye and they told me how to fix it. after that was fixed, i tried it out for a weekend of play and it crapped out after about 3/4 of a case. i went home and called up dye again and billy wing told me to send it in, and he'd fix it up personally. all i had to pay for was shipping and they sent it back out to me the day they recieved it. now that it's back in my hands, it shoots like a dream. i'm not sure why people say it's not low pressure, because i have my inline input at about 300 psi. the trigger pull is about 2mm and it's pretty light too. i like the dye swing grip because it gives the option of using one finger if i ever feel like it. this autococker is lighter than my old shocktech, and it looks a whole lot better too. the milling is really nice and the anodizing is flawless. oh, i forgot to mention that i haven't broken a single ball yet in this thing after about c 1/2 cases.
just the initial timing and 4-way leaking problems, all fixed right away though.
i wish this gun came with a beavertail and inline reg, but that's not really a reason to mark it down. dye's customer service was amazing, they fixed the gun no questions asked and in a timely manner too. i haven't had a single problem ever since they sent it back to me. it is a very consistant gun.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 1:07 am PST
Cold Fusion Autococker
SFL Shockteck autococker
Platnuim Dusted w/ gas thru grip air america reg w/ 68ci 5000psi tank
Gas thru grip, reg
very good range
great trigger pull
neumatics are flawless
looks really nice
fun to hear ppl say that thats their dream gun
really nice anodizing
LAST GUN ULL EVER NEED
great swing trigger
doesnt come with reg but thats good b/c u can choose which one u want
this is the best gun ive ever use! and ive had a lot of experience in painball and im rich so i can pretty much buy what ever gun there is on the market.
iv seen many guns and used many and this is one of the smoothest most accurate cockers there is and thats saying some thing
if u can afford it definately get this gun its the last one ull ever need
Accurate, fast, light, efficient, easy to maintain, loaded with upgrades
Some people say that it's expensive. So are angels and this is better.
This is the most amazing gun you can possibly buy. It's got everything that you could ever dream of having on a cocker (hinge trigger, boomstick, kickass front-end, good internals, a sweet bolt, a adjustable trigger, and of course... sweet ass milling)
This gun is accurate as hell (what do you expect with a boomstick?)
This is a low-pressure gun (mine runs at 175 psi and could probly go lower)
This gun shoots crazy-fast and once you get it set up right it is nearly impossible to short-stroke.
This gun turns heads, you'll find that other people are always wanting to shoot it and know how well it works.
This gun is backed by DYE which is THE best paintball company in the world. The finish on this gun is amazing, it's nearly impossible to scratch (not that I've tried but accidents do happen)
This marker is that GRANDDADDY of them ALL!! INCLUDING ANGELS (ANGEL=HYPE)
Some people may complain that this gun is too expensive, well, they're probably the same people who buy $1500 angels( I'm not gonna get into angels) But I assure you that this gun is WORTH EVERY PENNY!! If someone offered to trade me this cocker for their IR3 Fly Angel I would turn them down and keep my Reflex.
Get this gun. Cheat, steal, and lie, it is your duty as a paintballer to own this gun.
Stock Cocker, STO Cocker, KAPP Cocker, and Many more
Dye Cocker Yellow to Silver Fade (*RARE*) 68/4500 Angel Air, Dye Stickies, Dye Drop, 12v VL, Rhino Tank Cover, ANS GX2 Reg
Nothing, this gun comes fully loaded, but of course you need to get a reg and hopper and tank...duh!!!
On mine, everything is amazing. No leaks, I dont know what these peple are talking about leaks in the 3-ways. Very accurate, BoomStick rocks! Bolt twists in, so no need for pins, i always lost mine when i had STO cocker. Swing trigger is amazingly fast, i can get about 12 bps with it.
The 3-way that comes stock, the bullit 3-way, isnt the greatest, but it works.
BUY THIS GUN!!!!!ITS AWESOME I GET SO MUCH ATTENTION AT STRIKE FORCE PAINTBALL FIELD!!!