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Number of Reviews: 203
Average Rating: 9.2 / 10
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TRILOGY SERIES AUTOCOCKER®-

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
* Pull-pin
* Micro polished ram
* Push button safety

COMPETITION-Features
* Wrap around grips
* Inline regulator
* Two fade anodizing
* Compact hinge frame
Product Availability 
The Worr Game Products Trilogy Competition Autococker is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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nick_d Sunday, August 21st, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
None
Marker Setup: Stock, 20oz CO2 w/ anti-siphon
Recommended
Upgrades:
12v revy
Strengths: -Price
-Size
-Looks
Weaknesses: -Distance between trigger guard and expansion chamber
-Trigger pull
Review: This is a very good gun for its price. its accuracy with the stock barrel is very good (i can hit a pop can from 10m away dead on 99% of the time). I havent used it in an actual game yet, but its speed with a regular hopper isnt very good, and when i tried to rapid fire, i chopped a few balls. However, a 12v revy would solve that problem lol.
Conclusion: Get it if you play once every month or 2 months.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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cardude1 Tuesday, April 26th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Spyder Aggressor XT
Marker Setup: WGP Autococker Competition
Viewloader Y-Board
Recommended
Upgrades:
Drop Forward
New Barrel
Delrin Bolt
Strengths: Fast
Light
Accurate
Weaknesses: Bolt
Barrel (BAD)
Needs Drop Forward
Small trigger
Review: I got this gun not thinking it would be the best gun. I took It out and shot it in the back yard. I got some pretty accurate and fast shots. dont take it to a sandy field though, it messes up the bolt. And if you break about 10 balls and get sand in the barrel, your accuracy just flys away. Other than that it is a very good gun.
Conclusion: Highly recomended for average speed and accuracy.
Rating:
8 out of 10
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PopSlackjaw Sunday, August 13th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 10 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Spyders, Tippmanns, Ion
Marker Setup: Stock at first, then with a J&J Ceramic barrel
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel!
HPA or at least Anti-syphon
agitated hopper
Strengths: Accurate (when it's on)
Attractive
Weaknesses: Horrible stock barrel
Poor milling
Break in time
Have to tinker with it
Review: I did a lot of research before I purchased this gun. I love my semi auto Spyder and wanted to stick with Semis. The Automag Trilogys seemed to be the perfect choice! A low priced Autococker whose only drawback (the inability to change the three-way) was something I wouldn't want to mess with anyway. I chose the Comp because of it's very nice looking paint job and the stock regulator.

The gun is pretty enough from a few feet, but when examined up close, the milling is quite poor. Some parts are coarsely finished and there are even tool marks here and there from the cutter. The black/red color is very eye catching.

I took it out the first day and it was horrible. The balls went every direction but straight ahead, my velocity jumped all over the place, sometimes +/-40FPS. The stock barrel is HORRIBLE. It's so huge that paint often just rolls out the barrel. I tried several different brands and in didn't work well with any of them. I don't think there is an excuse for a barrel that poor on a gun of this price. I took it back to the retailer and got a nice J&J barrel and an anti-siphon. This cut down on the accuracy problems by about 80%, but the velocity problems were still bad. I made some extremely nice shots with this setup! But I also had some instances where I shot 20 balls at a guy at a range were he should have been easily hit and missed with all of them. I shortstroked a lot with this marker as well...which was completely my fault. It has a big orange sticker on it telling you how an Autococker trigger works, and how to go about pulling it. But it's hard to get the hang of, especially if you are used to markers.

On top of that, I find I was constantly tinkering with he gun to get it to work correctly. My friends would be sitting around talking about the last game and I would be at the bench or chrono with bits everywhere, cursing around the allen wrench in my mouth.

So, I again took it to the retailer. he told me that I would have to wait until I shot 4-5 thousand paintballs through it before the regulator settled down. And even then it was only an OK regulator, he recommended an upgrade. I returned the gun right there and used to store credit to buy myself a very nice goggle set and upgrades for my trusty Spyder.
Conclusion: I think this has to potential to be a great marker. But you have to know what you are doing and be willing to spend the money on upgrades. When you have spent all this money you will realize you could have afforded a much nicer semi, such as a Prostock or Automag.

This gun is aimed for beginners, but they should avoid it like the plague.
Rating:
4 out of 10
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