In the past the price of authentic WGP® Autococker® markers has kept many players from obtaining the real deal. Now with the introduction of the all new Trilogy™ marker series, WGP® is making it possible for almost any player to shoot their very own authentic WGP® Autococker® marker.
* New lightweight uni-body design
* Closed bolt accuracy
* Air efficient operation
* Angled bottom-line
* A velocity adjuster
* New integrated 3-way
* High performance LPR
* Micro polished ram
* Push button safety
* .691 and .687 barrel backs
* Wrap-around grip
* 3d milling
* Delron bolt
* Angled air receiver
* Inline regulator
* Full hinge frame
The Worr Game Products Trilogy Pro Autococker is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
stock everything, apache II loader, running on CO2
none, great stock as almost everyone says
PRICE!!!, Mountain View Paintball, upland ca, $220
not really a weakness, just part of the autocockers, DO NOT SHORT STROKE
Decided to enter into paintball to have an outdoor hobby that would be fun and get some exercise. Wow..paint-balling is so much fun. This markers is nice. I enter into the beginner games at outlaw paintball park in corona CA, some of the refs kept asking me about it. They thought because I had a nice gun that I was a tournament player and was just acting like a noob to own the field. they thought about it and I assured them I was a noob with still a nice marker.
That just shows an any Autococker is a great marker. It was all that I could hope for. Very accurate. Due to my learning the ways of the autococker, don't short stroke, I chopped some balls, no balls coming out, and two ball coming out at the same time. Wow I am a noob...anyways once I got the hang of not short stroking , the autococker rocked. Just glad I got a good marker from the start and at this price you don't have to settle for a less accurate marker. I didn't fall for the e-trigger spiders and I am glad cause it seemed like that is all the new players had.
Funny, the only people that kept marking me had Autocockers also...LOL...yah I don't like being on the receiving end of one.
bottom line great autococker. Just get Pro Trilogy, can't say anything against the sport or competition model trilogy autococker because I never tried one.
great marker...can't go wrong with an autococker. An e-trigger doesn't mean much, unless your on the level of a DM4/DM5 marker. So don't fall for an electronic trigger.
tippmann 98 fully upgraded,a-5 response, spyder victor and victor 2.
2005 trilogy pro Autococker, Viewloader revolution, Freak Barrel kit, Psyco ballistics large dropforword. will have nitro in a couple weeks.
Maybe a drop forword and electro hopper but thats all.
Dead on accurate! Very fast if u know how to shoot it! Very easy maintinence
This gun RIPS!!!! I was going to get the raven nexion at first but then I noticed this. I have to admit i was a little unsure about it because of the unbelivably low price! BUT when i got home i aired it up and tore up a peice of my fence out back LoL. I was totally amazed at how accurate it was, and how fast i could shoot. My advice to you is.... If u are thinking abut getting this gun and are unsure, DEFFINITLLY buy this gun. WGP has come out with another sick gun!!
many low-end markers... only similar cockers were a psycho balistics lightning and an older RF cocker, angel, impulse
Trilogy Pro Autococker
empire reloader hopper
Empire barrel kit
to be picky, a new barrel and a different trigger
Solid and light weight
its an autococker!
The barrel is okay, but not SUPER
The trigger isn't very smooth, over-travel
This was my first autococker, and at first, i was a little worried about maintaining the gun. It came with one leak out of the box, which was quickly fixed with the extra hose that comes with the gun. I tested it as is with an air tank and motorized hopper at Challenge Park Xtreme while visiting some relatives after christmas, and it performed beautifully. OVERALL, this marker is fast, very solid with the integrated 3-way, light-weight and just a pleasure to play with. I DO, however, plan to put a few upgrades on this gun. I already have a drop forward in the mail because the stock ASA just puts the center of gravity way too far back. I'll also get a little better barrel for it just because i'm used to a little more accuacy. The one thing that i think WGP went cheap on with this gun is the trigger. When you pull it back slowly you can feel the spring creaping back, and there is too much overtravel which will lead to shortstroking and to ball breaks. you can get used to the trigger, but you might want to upgrade.
UPDATE: after putting a few upgrades on the gun (except i wasn't able to put a new frame on it like i wanted to because the timing rod length cannot be adjusted like most cockers) i just really don't like the gun as much. i've mastered the trigger so i don't shortstroke, but the reg is just so inconsistent, and sometimes it just likes to fart the balls out really slowly, or not shoot at all.... anyway, i'm getting a new gun and i'm being forced to sell this gun for about $80 less than i bought it for... thanks WGP
This is an okay marker, and okay the money. I couldn't classify it as a high or low end gun, because it has characteristics of both. if it were considered a low end gun i'd give it an 8, but its listed as a high end gun which would get a 3. It just depends on what you're looking for and what you're expecting. Therefor, i give the Trilogy Pro a 5.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 11th, 2005 at 6:10 am PST
2005 Trilogy Pro
Nexus Ram w/ QEVs
CP Inline Reg
Redz Pepper Sticks barrel kit
M3 mini drop
HALO-B w/ V35
(waiting for MQ valve)
Tech-T Shaft Kit
New Hinge Frame (if you want to adjust your trigger pull)
(just for the basics)
in a 2 year period, this is the 3rd marker i have owned. Out of those three, it is the best I have owned.
Like most other reviews state: practicing your trigger pull is a MUST. It WILL help you in the long run.
Out of the box, this marker works great, for a great price! The upgrades listed are pretty basic. The Trilogy Pro does not come with an adjustable hinge frame, or and adjustable actuator rod. putting a Tech-T Shaft Kit, and origional WGP Hinge frame, you will be able to shorten the trigger pull to your liking. Another reccomendation is a new barrel kit. The barrel kit that comes with the Trilogy is fine, but there is always room for improvement
The way it shoots:
My Trilogy shot smooth and accurate. It was super quiet, also. I took it to a friends house in July for an all-day thingy, and never had a problem! Not even a chop!
Dont listen to the haters:
Everywhere you go you will find that group of haters saying "The Trilogy sucks, you cant upgrade it." They are wrong. I have invested around $800 into my Trilogy Pro, and it shoots just as good as a prostock with the same ups. It is a great beginner/intermediate marker, but it can be made (just like any other 'Cocker) into a muppet mowing pro level 'Cocker.
um.... ive used lots of guns but only one in this catagory. the 2004 autococker.
48 3000 psi with a egg loader. there isn't much that you need to put on it because it is so good.
electronic loader and air. and a drop forward.
ACCURATE, price, barrel, it looks cool.
It needs a drop forward to make it better weighted.
Ihis is the best marker i've ever used. it shoots so nice. it's just as good as the 2004 autococker and it's 139 dollars cheaper.(i live in canada so the money is different) i love the 2 peice barrel. anybody the is depating wether to buy this gun or not, my opinoin is to buy this right now.
Wicked gun. i love it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 1st, 2005 at 5:15 pm PST
2k2, 2k3, 2k4, ProStock, STO, STO w/eblade + more cockers. Impy's, spyders, clones of spyders, intimidators, air gun designs, phantoms, angles, and lots more.
Autococker Trilogy PRO
WGP Barrel system (like a JT)
20oz co2 (main)
Drop foward is a must!!
Anti-Syphon (if co2)
Short stoking, as with all non-e cockers...
I have had other cockers, then i went back to spyders, i hate timming these things, but with this one you dont have to, already pre-timed for you!
-It comes with BOTH .691 and .687 backs with a 14" barrel.
-DOES NOT NEED N2!!!! Despite what some say it works PERFECTLY fine with co2 given the tempetures of which you are playing in are reasonable. But you MUST get anti-syphon if you wish to use co2 on this.
-Shoots relativly fast, but no one buying this is looking to use it in the NPPL, at least they shouldnt be, 12 bps is fairly decent though.
-The trigger pull is light, and very easy to pull back all the way without short stroking.
-The stock reg is just fine the way it is.
-Low pressure operation
-Mat finnish, not glossy
-Short stroking can happen, yet it is hard to do, still possible.
-a 14$ upgrade to anti-syphon is a must for co2 users.
-Thats about it...........
Great marker for the price, and for the overall.
I got it for forest playing, some speedball.
It only chops if you short stroke.
When i got mine I noticed immediately it wasnt a hint of purple, as other reviews say, it IS purple. But it is kinda cool, just tell everyone you like purple. Any way the gun shoots extremely accurate and i have shot other cockers, this one is no different as far as shooting. Anyone who tells you this isnt a real cocker, they are mad because they paid $500 for their cocker and you got one that shoots exactly the same as theirs for $250. The barrel is very accurate and quiet, nice porting, the two backs you get are all you really need, the most common sizes of paint are .687 or .692 anyway. Very few paints are smaller than that. You get a pre set regulator that does what it suppose to and you can upgrade the gun as much as you want, minus the front block. If you think about it though, WGP sold how many hundred thousand of these guns, maybe even millions they will sell. So they will have as many upgrades as you can afford, why wouldnt they, more money for them. So the gun gets great efficiency and very accurate, quiet, go buy it.
I love it, dont let anyone tell you this isnt a real cocker, it shoots as good as all of them, and anyone who says otherwise is mad because they spent so much money on their so called "Real Cocker". Great gun, not great gun for the money, just plain awesome gun period. It is perfect and I love it! You will too.
Accuracy, light, not as shiny, EASY TO CLEAN, quiet
Chops badly when you aren't used to the trigger
I have several rumors to dispel about this product. First of all, the trigger pull is not nearly as long as people make it out to be. Yes, comparatively, it is a long pull, but it's not a downfall for this marker. It does chop paint very easily if you are not used to the trigger. You must pull the trigger all the way back, and release it fully to complete the marker's "cycle." However, don't be heartbroken if you chop a ball in this marker because it is by far one of the easiest marker to clean. Simply pull out the pin holding the bolt in place and slide out the bolt. Run a squeegee through a few times, replace the bolt and pin and you're done.
Also, this marker is not a "slow" marker. No you can't rack out 18+ bps, but with a gun as accurate you don't need to shoot that fast. This marker is insanely accurate right out of the box. You can however, once used to the trigger, get out 10-13 bps easily. I do recommend an electronic hopper strongly, though, because without it, you will be clogging up. The autococker is very quiet, too. The Trilogy Pro (that I've got) is not as shiny as many pictures make it out to be, which is a good or bad thing, depending on your preferences. It does still look sexy, though. As some people say, it may not stand up to other Autocockers, but considering that the trilogy was designed for cost efficiency, that's a little thing I like to call "common sense."
This gun is a good looking gun that is quiet, accurate, light weight, durable, and cheap. What more could you ask for in a marker? I put my strong recommendation behind anyone even considering purchasing this marker. You will not be disappointed. I give it a 9, considering the learning curve.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, December 16th, 2005 at 5:51 am PST
jt excellerator usa (autococker is better but i still liked the jt)
autococker w/ stock parts
not much, sweet out of the box
Accuracy, rate of fire and light weight
Strange feel at first if you are not used to autocockers, but nothing else
this product has treated me very well. i love this gun. the trigger is light enough to fire rapidly without having to upgrade the grip to electric (a complete waste of money if u ask me). THE GUN IS GOOD BY ITSELF.
that isnt to say that there arent any good upgrades. this autococker is very compatable and allows for upgrades to the bolt and barrel. any gun can be bettered through upgrades, but this gun is good out of the box.
this is one of the nicest guns i have ever owned, probably ever used. good price, got it for $200. most people tend to rate guns at 10's cuz they dont want to admit flaws in their guns, but this gun DOES deserve a 10.
Macro Line bottom line and flame Drop Forward using 3a 47cu 3000 psi HPA
Drop Forward , HPA don't use CO2
Many upgrades come standard
15 degree ASA
2 piece barrel
No E Trigger
Wow this is a great gun , I don't know whats up with all the harsh reviews obviously they don't know what they are saying. I bought this gun for 203 $ which is a real steal.The MSRP is resonable though .This gun shoots great it has good rof and accuracy. I can't tell the difference between this gun and my STO. One thing that shocked me is it came perfectly timmed . I installed a flam drop on the marker and air started to leak from the hole in the vertical reg , I guess the stress which I put on the steel braid caused the reg pressure to be lowered , no biggy .I went to the local paint-ball store and bought some macro-line and macro line elbows and got the reg pressure turned up . That fixed the leak.
This gun is very light for an auto cocker .You can't install an eblade , but whats the point of being able to shoot 20 balls a sec if you have the most accurate maker in the world .
Overall this is a great gun , take care of it and it will take care of you .
P.S. be carefull when installling a drop .