WorrGas Air Systems by WGP are the most consistent high-flow systems ever! Featuring WGP's own patent pending design that blows the competition away. What makes it so great? The thin, very light regulator that surpasses all others on the market in high-flow capabilities. They come in 3000 psi and 4500 psi tanks. Preset is available in 500 and 800 psi outputs. The adjustable has a dovetail mount, dual gauges, guard for the On/Off Valve. Both preset and adjustable are dual filtered and are available in aluminum fiber wrapped with either a stainless steel or titanium neck. You'll love its light weight, small profile, and high-flow consistency.
The Worr Game Products Worr Gas Air Systems are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
light, fully adjustable reg(optional) with an on/off, and its cheap
may come broken, i had to send mine back once
This is a great tank for the price. If your low on budget, but need a tournament level tank, this would be the way to go. If you think about it, all tanks themselves are mostly the same, its just the regulator that comes on the tank that makes the difference. The reg on this tank is nice, due to the fack that its small and light and for the most part...consistant plus or minus 3 psi.
Great tank for the money...there are better tanks out there...but nothing better for the price.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, November 23rd, 2003 at 2:07 pm PST
Black Magic cocker, freak syste, wgp orracle tickler lpr, ANS mini ram and 3 way, shocktech 3:16 valve, kapp K2 drop,70ci 4,500psi worr gas
kool looking tank
stickers slide down with heat
this tank is a very consistent tank it has WGP's patended high flow design very accurate and will last a while. i would recommend this tank to anybody.......especially if the have a cocker from WGP they not wut they are doing so buy this tank if you get the chance!!!!
this product is the best tank ive ever used i would recommend it to anybody....buy it onyl 200 buxs
I use a E-Class Oracle (Worr Blade), Torpedo Drop, Macro Line, with a Freak System or Ti Dye 16in. Boomstick. I also use a 2003 Black Majic with a Delaron Bolt, Macro Line, Bomb Threeway (and all the regular upgrades to the front setup), using my Freak or Boomstick.
It is very accurate in the air flow and fairley light.
It is a low fill air system (a pinging noise is made w/every shot)
There are no real complaince with this product the only thing is the low air fill system. With every shot it makes a low his and a pinging sound. Nothing really to get uptight about, but it is something to be conscious about (just to know it happens). The other thing is that with my drop forward hits the nipple cover, but that can easily be fixed by taking of the cover and putting it back on after you take on or off the bottle.
Overall it is an excilent piece of equipment with minimal flaws that can easiely be delt with.
JT Excellerator 5.0, X-10 Drop with on/off, WGP Black Magic reg, SS Freak, venturi bolt from a 6.0, WGP Worrgas 70/4.5k preset
light as hell, looks cool, reliable, durable
not top of the line, so you decide
i bought the limited edition for 239. it has performed for me very well. i have a gauge on my drop and i have watched it during rapid fire and i have yet to see ANY pressure variations. i dont know what else to say outside of that i love it and im glad i bought it
get this tank! it holds quite a bit of air and the reg is very consistant. buy it buy it buy it!!!
I have used the preset (500 psi) tank for about 3 months and just recently received the adjustable on and have been using it sense and love both these tanks. The adjustable one is very adjustable and I could set the air pressure down to within 100 psi of my operating pressure and not have drop off. The flow on both of these tanks is great and my constancy in shot velocity is within 5fps now. The weight of the tanks is very light and I liked dropping the weight off of my gun setup.
The only thing i have found that was a problem was the fill nipple on the preset tank had to be replaced because it took a long time to fill (defective nipple could happen to any tank)
I would highly recommend Worrgass to any one they are nice pieces of equipment.
WGP Autococker Superstock 2004 E blade 1 /w On Target g3 barrel and ANS Gear Drop, Leopard Rotor, Eggy 2, or VLocity, 70 ci 4500 psi carbon fiber tank.
70ci 4500 psi tank,holds a lot of air.
Nothing so far.
This tan came free with my perfectly working 04 E class Super
Stock that I bought at a pawn shop, and it is awesome. It is a 70 ci 4500psi and it is tank stubby, but wide, I call it my Mega Peanut tank.
It holds a lot of air because it is so big.
This tank is awesome.
It was free with my E-cocker, and it is the coolset tank i have ever seen, used or owned.
I love it, if you can find one, buy one.
Bought WGP Stratos from Action Village, arrived DOA. It would starve itself out after 4 shots consistently. Tried it on two different guns same thing. Kind sucks that this happened but Action Village is awesome about refunds so yeah. I was considering getting a new regulator for it but I'm just gonna return it and get another brand.
Anything can arrive DOA, it's just one of those things where bad luck kicks in.
I'm giving it a 5 because if it worked it would would be a ten but because of the bad build quality I'm going to split the difference.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, July 23rd, 2009 at 1:49 pm PST
Proto SLG black
Worr Games 50ci HPA
Egg3 hopper Smoke
(Just got all that today for xmas)
Cheap but not too cheap
HPA not CO2
I just got the tank today for xmas but it is a nice tank. The tank is kinda heavy but thats just because its aluminum. The tank comes with a 1.8K low pressure burst disk and a 5K High pressure burst disk. Sorry that I didnt right much. I will update when I fill it and use it.
I would recommend this for someone is switching to HPA as a starting tank. Then get a 68ci 4500psi Pure Energy. But its kinda heavy (3.2lbs) which is not that bad for a starting HPA tank...