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Number of Reviews: 16
Average Rating: 8.8 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $625

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Outdistance the competition by shooting farther with this Flatline Autococker made by WGP!

-Vertical feed design
-Closed bolt semi auto
-Flatline barrel system by TIPPMANN
-Hinge frame (already installed!) w/ 45 Gem grip
-Inline regulator
-STO ram
-STO 3-way
-Outkast adjustable front regulator
-One piece 3-way
-New style bolt w/ pull pin
-Stainless steel actuating, cocking and pump rod
-Velocity adjuster
-Ball detent
-All nickle front block
Product Availability 
The Worr Game Products Flatline Autococker is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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HunterOne Wednesday, December 15th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
02' Minicocker Custom
Spyder Xtra Totally Upgraded

Marker Setup: 03' Flatline:
Mini Rock regulator
Ans Inline regulator
Delron Bolt, Back block and Ball detent
KAPP Low pressure chamber
ON/Off drop forward
Recommended
Upgrades:
Everything mentioned above!!!!!
Strengths: Distance Accuracy and Speed AND distance and distance and distance and distance
Weaknesses: The tippman Ball detent had to be trimmed down to aleve ball breakage!!!
Review: I know with MY Flatline Autococker I can hold of Ten Players with EASE. I stand in the middle of the firing lane and while their balls dont even come close to my feet. My balls FLY past their HEAD. The Flatline cocker is my new favorite marker. NO ONE CAN OUT SHOOT ME!!!!!! WGP Discontinued this gun. Good for me Bad for You!
Conclusion: I love this gun because the Flatline barrel is the best barrel ever invented, and if you own an Autococker you know this is the best gun EVER invented! Put them both together and you have a Lethal Combination. Bud Orr is a MANIAC for coming up with this Combo!!
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, December 15th, 2004 at 9:21 pm PST
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the_klenzer Saturday, February 16th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
STO 'Cocker, AutoMag, BL Intimidator, Spyders, pumps.
Marker Setup: 01 Flatline Cocker, WGP Hinge trigger, Max Flow air system, 12v Revy, ANS venturi bolt
Recommended
Upgrades:
Although it's great stock, the hinge trigger ROCKS. Venturi bolt helps. If you run CO2, run it on a remote system.
Strengths: Shoots ultra far, same as the Tippman. Shoots fast, ultra fast with the hinge trigger. Apart from that, it's just like a regular cocker. Looks COOL (screw you guys that think its ugly).
Weaknesses: So-so accuracy. Not as accurate as a regular cocker. Breaks cheap paint, but works fine on good, small paint. I used Brass Eagle paint once and broke 1 out of every 5 balls.
Maybe a little on the heavy side?
No sight rail, but one from a Spyder/Pirahna will fit the shroud.
Uprgading parts on a cocker is addictive and expensive.
Conclusion: Yes, it shoots far, but the accuracy isn't there at long range. At 'normal' range a normal cocker outshoots it. For most players, a stock cocker and a Freak barrel kit is probably a better choice.
However... For woods players, this gun RULES. You don't have to arc it to get range, which means you don't have to worry about hitting branches. It will fire loads of good paint fast without breaking. Outshoots the Tippman no problem. I break about 2-3 balls per case, using Diablo or RPS Marbelizer paint.
I give it a 9 whereas I would give a stock cocker a 10.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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Autococker_Kid Saturday, January 19th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
2001 Autcocker, STO Autococker, ANS Autcocker, Force 5 Autococker, Black Magic Autococker
Marker Setup: Black Magic Autococker ,Dark Series Barrel ,Angel A.I.R. Tank 12 Volt Revy
Strengths: Im am a Cocker Kid for life. I live breathe and die for cockers. This gun is so hardcore it fires farther than anyother gun even the Tippman and has the killer accuracy of the Autococker. You can sit back and shoot everynow and then,while Angels are raining paint down about 50 feet in front of you. After the match you still win because you could shoot farther and more accurate.
Weaknesses: This gun does not appear to be nice looking at first but if you play with it for a while you can really see that it looks cool. However the only thing is that you have to have it EXACTLY on parr otherwise the balls to these wicked curves.
Conclusion: One of the best guns and a tribute that Worr Games owns WGD.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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Viper72924 Sunday, August 19th, 2001
Strengths: This Gun is really accurate. I just bought one and it shot 450 to 500 yards when i put the FPS to the max when I was testing out my gun. They were'nt curving all over the place, and it worked pretty good in high wind. My friends sadi they were afraid to pop up their heads, becasue they knew that a ball would be there in seconds.
Weaknesses: My Flatline AutoCocker chops balls once in a while and there a pain when you have to squeegee the barrel; you have to take the screws out with and alan wrench then take the cover off. It sucks when your in a fire fight and it chops a ball and paints everywhere. And on my gun sometimes the bolt will come back when I pull the trigger and then nothing then I'll do it again and it'll fire 2.
Conclusion: My gun right now is all stock but I want to get a Derlin Superfly bolt for my gun. The bolt on the gun sucks but thats easy to take care of. I paid $559 for my gun and its worth every penny, with its accuracy and distance. My friend has a Tippman 98 custom with the flatline and his gun is nothing compared to mine. This gun is great for its price and overall performance. I would recommend this gun for snipers who shoot long range and need to fire quickly.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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Unregistered User Tuesday, July 3rd, 2001
Strengths: The RANGE! Omg I had a jack hammer and 3 way put in with a 45 grip. Its light, its accurate, it fun totoally love it. When I went to the field alot of the workers were saying things such as "Its ugly" "I dont like it" , but as soon as a shot it they litterally didnt know what to say. I was shooting farther then an Angel LCD and much more accuratly. In his defence I dont think he had any work done on it yet.
Weaknesses: Uses alot of gas but oh well. Its easaly enough with a 20 Tank. Some people say it chops balls and I admit I had one chopped but its new to me and I have to adjust to it still.
Conclusion: I never fired it stock so I cant comment on that. This gun is amazing for range and accuracy and if your a bit of a sniper like I am Its easy to get those hoppers that are poking up. I really enjoy this gun and you will get alot of weird looks when you pull it out, dont worry because those will change to looks of envy or shock.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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Unregistered User Thursday, January 25th, 2001
Strengths: The first thing I noticed when I shot it was that it shot far. The advertisements for it without all of the parts on it make it look kind of fruity. But once you see it upclose you will definetly think that it is one bad @$$ gun.
Weaknesses: The first time I shot it it wasn't very accurate. Part of the problem was that I was using a friends tank that was adjustable and he didn't have the ingoing preesure right yet. Also he had just purchased a new bolt and he didn't adjust his cocking rod yet either. Just like with the Modle 98 you have to have the barrel lined up just right for to be perfect.
Conclusion: First off I don't know who found the price for the flatline autococker but my friend got his for $540. All you have to do is buy an autococker and send it to the Tippmann Proshop and they will install it for you for $200 or if you had a model 98 with a flatline barrel like I did you could send it with your gun and get the shoud and the milling for 95 dollars. Since this gun is past stock it does perform better than a stock autococker. The flatline autococker was a good idea in theory but it was designed for a model 98 specificly and not for the autococker. The flatline barrel will do wonders for your tippmann but should be perfected and redesigned for the autococker. I absolutely would reccomend this gun to someone. They could have a great gun if they line up the barrel and get the right bolt with the right velocity.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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