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Number of Reviews: 14
Average Rating: 9.3 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $950

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Autococker Half-Block body. Light weight and Different. The Turtle Cocker. Now You don't have to worry about a Cocking rod coming loose. Faster rate of fire due to a lighter back block, bolt and re-designed Hammer. You can stay tighter in the bunker because you can tuck the gun against your mask and won't get hit in the face with the back block. With the newly patented Turtle Valve, the operating pressure is lower and the gun is quieter and more gas efficient.
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The Turtle Cockers Turtle Autocockers are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
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John Coffey Sunday, September 24th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
I've only used a Spyder, which in my opinion is no where near as good as a Turtle Cocker.
Marker Setup: Half-Blocked Cocker, WGP Tickler Regulator, Lucky Un1tec Barrel, and MACDev Legionair (45/4500).
Recommended
Upgrades:
Aftermarket Barrel
Compressed Air
E2 or Racegun if you want to go electronic
Strengths: Quiet
Dead on Accurate
Fast Cycling
Profile
Light
Weaknesses: Timing
Paint on Pneumatics
Mechanical
Review: The Turtle Cocker is an amazing marker, even though slightly outdated and in a very unpopular phase of it's life. The turtle brings the idea of accuracy in accuracy, not accuracy in volume. The turtle cocker is light, very accurate, and is fun to tinker with. As long as your running compressed air and have a nice barrel, you are set. However, you're only set after you've timed the damn thing, which thanks to the great staff at my local field, was done for me for free. Once you have everything working properly the gun shoots like a dream. Paint flys where you want it to! It so nice to know your not praying for that ball to hit it's target, you know it's going to hit it's target!
Conclusion: If you're into breaking the fad of raining down paintballs on people, then this is the marker for you. I don't care if you don't like the way the autococker looks- it's pure performance. An amazing marker, but picky in a few areas. After going cocker, it's hard for me to even think of going back. The cocker deserves a richeous 9/10.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, September 24th, 2006 at 12:32 am PST
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Mr.Dirt Friday, August 25th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Normal Cockers
Midblocked Cockers
Marker Setup: 2k3 Halfblock Autococker
Ego frame
Mq Valve
Some other goodies.
Recommended
Upgrades:
New barrel?
Strengths: Cuts the reciprical mass in half, if not more.
Weight.
Looks (personal preference)
Weaknesses: A bit more difficult to time.
Slotting the body can be difficult.
Review: Well, I first set eyes on a halfblock/turtle cocker about 1 year ago. And finally I did it. When I converted it, I didn't realize how much it actually helps. I lowered my lpr pressure which lead to less kick. Impulse bolts fit this too, which is what im using. One of the downsides is this is permanent. So once you start, you've got to finish. But its well worth it. It also greatly reduced the weight of the body. And no more backblock hitting you in the face!
Conclusion: Do it, you cannot go wrong. Just buy spare parts cause your local proshop probably doesn't have spare parts.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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curly2k3 Sunday, June 4th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Everything out on the market
Marker Setup: Snapper Half-Block Autococker
Everything is Upped....
Recommended
Upgrades:
Nothing left to do to mine but an MQ and FBM tigger!
Strengths: FAST
Effiecent
Light
Looks Amazing
Did I say Fast
Weaknesses: None at all
Review: WOW, after owning my Mac Dev Cyborg I didn't think it could get any better, but then I traded it off and found its equal, the "Snapper" from Turtle Inovations, this is the Orracle autococker taken to the next level. Mine is Half blocked as well as mini'd. It is anoed matte black, has an E1 with a Zero B board. Every part on the gun is top of the line. Not knowing what the Half Blocks really were I had always wanted one of Race Guns, but I am pretty sure this is just as good. The gun rocks solid, its simply amazing, not to mention how everyone wants it the minute they see it, then they see it shoot! This gun is crazy fast and it litterary sounds like a sewing machine, mine has the Zero B, meaning no Bounce AT ALL, however I have already been able to constantly hit 16 BPS, that with a tigger job that I don't even like! This gun is something else, Granted I have owned the highly desirable Steel Purple Orracle before so I know WGP went the whole ten yards and then some on the orracles, but this thing is off the hook!
Conclusion: Send your gun out to Turtle Inovations today, or buy one while you can!
Rating:
10 out of 10
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EvanJ1881 Friday, April 28th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
none
Marker Setup: 2004 Orracle
worrblade with zero-b
turtle conversion
mini conversion
turtle internals
turtle delrin bolt/block
5 piece kaner
tickler LPR (soon to be palmers rock)
scm ram
Recommended
Upgrades:
palmers rock lpr
eclipse ram
maybe an E2
Strengths: Light weight
Tighter playing
Faster cycle
Weaknesses: Nothin...gun is flawless
Review: Alright so I purchased this gun about a year ago and as soon as I got it I bought the worrblade and immediatly sent it out to be turtled. The conversion took notime at all and while it was there I had it anno'd satin black and when I got it back it was absolutly beautiful. It worked perfectly and it was much easier to play tighter with out the traditional cocker backblock. About a month after I had my gun turtled I decided to get it mini'd (or as turtle calls it a "snapper" conversion). And man I love it, its like a little machine gun, especially when i put the 10 inch tip on my kaner
Conclusion: If you still can, buy it. From what ive been told turtle was making complete delrin cocker bodies and i can only imagine how light that is
Rating:
10 out of 10
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