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
* Wrap around grips
* Inline regulator
* Two fade anodizing
* Compact hinge frame
The Worr Game Products Trilogy Competition Autococker is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
A drop forward
No front block
I bought this used from my friend one day cause I needed a new gun since my other one broke, and I decided well why not. When I got it I was stoked, and let me tell you it was different than I thought it would be. Well for starters there is no front block so if you want to put a new pnuematics kit you can't, and the trigger is half-hinge(why did they do that?, maybe cut down on cost), and it comes with no drop forward. But despite those facts this gun is extremely reliable and accurate. The color of it is pretty cool red fade black and its anodized. The barrel is pretty accurate for it being stock and it does well with ball breaks.
This gun is reliable and if you make a few simple upgrades you'll be pownin.
VL Evlution 2
All American 10"
Pure Energy 68 4500
Takes 4000 to 6000 shots to break in regulator
I got this gun a while ago (it's sold now) and I love it. It is the most accurate stock marker I have used.
It is small and light, fast, and reliable.
It is really comfortable, but a drop forward would help.
A 9 oz co2 lasts about 650 shots on a warm day. I recommend the use of an electronic loader with this gun.
You should buy an E-Blade for it to make it faster. And a new bolt would help. The stock bolt is pretty heavy.
This gun is perfect for paintball players with any amount of experience.
I give this gun a 9 out of 10 because I thinks that what it deserves.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, June 6th, 2006 at 2:57 pm PST
Overall this gun is the best cheap autococker out on the market. If you want a reliable and affordable gun get this one. It's air efficient, reliable and accurate. Just get a drop forward(depending on your taste) a good barrel, and a nitrogen tank and your set. So if you want to upgrade from your spyder tippman 32degrees or any other cheap brand get this gun. It is woth every single cent.
shot some custom autockers, spyders, tippmanns, Pirahna.
rhino ricochet, worr gass 50ci 3000 psi, system x delrin bolt, aim barrel kit, wgp comp. cocker
get any electric hopper. you won't need a crazy 30 bps or anything like that, just a reliable electric hopper. Hpa tank, a 47 ci 3000 psi would do. lighter bolt for less kick and it will not scratch the internals. barrel kit if you have the cash..... stock is ok however.
lighter back block for less kick if you have some money to spare.
It is mad accurate cheap i got mines for $154 with ship. durable.
man when I first took this thing out of the plastic packaging I was suprise at how great it looked compare to the online pictures. This gun cost me around 154$ and is worth every penny. Gased it up on c02 and it did a decent job but was inconsistant(velocity spikes) as this gun was design for HPA. HPA is more cleaner and in the long run will not wear down the internals. You can get a drop foward if it feels weird but to me it is ok. Not really heavy as some people say and I have no problem using one finger for the trigger.( its not a big deal people). Stock barrel imo is ok but the bore size is preaty big so small paint might roll out, I think it is .692 or .693. Get a decent barrel kit with .687, .689, .691 if you want. The sock bolt is a heavy nickel-aluminum so a lighter delrin bolt would help for less kick. I played some woodsball with this and it is awsome. It has the accuracy, it is silent, and for $154 it is worth it. for trilogy trashers I would say this gun is one of the best for the price. It might not shoot 17 bps but you can count on it hitting the target from 80 feet away. Do not mess with the regulator like i did because it is set at around 350 psi and if you do not know what you are doing, it can cost you some extra bucks for a gauge to know the pressure.
Over all this is a great gun for the beginner as it is not that hard to clean and maintain. It has autococker accuracy and it is not a focker. this compare to the pro is that the pro has a stock delrin bolt, 2 peice barrel, full trigger frame. If this is not a problem to you and you feel you can buy these things later then go for the comp. but you get more for your money with the pro. Overall, it is a good semi-auto gun from wgp that will do its job and will not let you down if you take care of it correctly. For those who is low on cash like me, get this instead of the over the counter walmart gun for 150 bucks.
e-blade (if you get worr blade you will have to getto rig the gun)
New bolt- possibly superfly or worr blade bolt
It's a cocker
The 3 way won't come off.
The trigger pull slow as crap.
I got this gun a few weeks ago and it works great. Igot the drop and tank and it works good. The only bad thing is the 3 way wont come off and you have to ghetto rig it and it looks crappy after that. but after all it is a cocker isn't it?A lot of people make fun of it but when it comes down to it it is an all around good gun. It is not made to be highly upgradeable but to work and be left alone.I give it an 8 1/2 out of...........................10
it is a great gun for beginner tourney plaers who are sick of spyders and tippmans. Go out and buy it.
The gun shoots great out of the box; however, if you really want to make this gone rock, buy an HPA tank and a nice barrel. A delrin bolt is nice too.
Ready to shoot
ITS A COCKER!
Easy to maintain
Not as many upgrades as the prostock
stock reg is preset
Bought it as a back up for my prostock (actually more like an impulse buy). This gun is amazing and I personally cant tell any major difference between the trilogy competion and the stock prostock wgp cocker as far as performance is concerned. I've shot about 2500 rounds through it and have had no breaks what so ever using Kingman Java and Xball bronze paint. I kept the gun for a couple months and then sold it my brother and has been using it for over a year now and it still performs like a champ. The stock barrel is great, but upgrade to a new one. Upgrade the reg to a CP or something that is adjustable (the stock reg is pre-set ). Finally, buy a delrin bolt and a basic e-hopper to prevent those annoying dry-fires. Probably not the best choice for speed-ball, but a perfect and much better and cheaper substitution over tippmans (or any other gun in the under 200$ class) for woodsball.
Oh yeah CO2 will work, but it sucks so use compressed air.
Great gun. Awesome price for a wgp autococker and a great buy for anybody. If you are new to the sport and are looking for good semi-auto, don't pass this gun up especially if you are a woodsball player! Way to go WGP!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 3rd, 2006 at 3:17 pm PST
Phsyco Ballistics Lightning deluxe- I like this better
WGP Trilogy Sport- Comp is better
Iron man Matrixe- Let me think which one is better?
WGP Trilogy Competition Cocker
Check It Products uni with on/off
Shocktech Beaver Tail
Shocktech SuperFly bolt
If you play front like me, a new drop or uni
Silent but deadly
sounds cool LOL
mine didn't come with a barrel bag
No one likes Trilogies
I got mine less than an hour ago!! I put on my Eggy 2 and some CO2 and started shooting. I hit my neighbors tree fort from like 100 feet away with a really small grouping of hits. Cool anno. Easy to take the bolt out and clean. Its got a cool sight but for some reason I can only see the feeding neck. I can't figure out why LOL .
I will edit when I go play this weekend!!.
Allright I went to play today. It took a little while to fine tune it so it would work. Out of the 3 hours I was their I only played 3 games with it.
3 Months later I have not had a single problem with it.
Good gun get it if you want to ugrade from spyders I got mine for 190 online. Very good for the price!!!!!! Or you could just get an Ion
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 18th, 2005 at 8:12 pm PST
12 volt revy w/x board
16 oz. co2 on/off
Tippmann 98 custom
12"big shot barrel
GTA expansion chamber
DOP rear velocity adjuster
20 oz. co2
Maybe a drop forward
Easy to use
Closed bolt design
--NO 3 way
I am fairly new to autocockers. I used mainly spyders and tippmanns. I heard so much good stuff about 'cockers, that i just had to get one. This is a very fast marker. Comparing it to my 98 and my shutter, this can use paint very fast. ALso, its very accurate. I went playing the other day, and where ever i shot at, it landed there. Simply amazing.
The two things that i found kinda weird was how it had no three way. That meant that i can't change the trigger pull. Also, when i would add my 20oz. to it, it felt real heavy. Usually, i use the 20 on my tippy, but just for the heck of it, i used it on the trilogy. So, its kinda heavy for its size, but that good for me, work out my biceps. :)
Great marker to get. Its affordable and works great. Just get it.
Autococker Trilogy Competition Marker, Eblade 2, 20 oz Co2
Quiet, low recoils
Breaks balls if shot too fast
I recently bought this gun, and it was incredible... It got even better when I bought the Eblade, which makes it shoot 10 x's faster! I strongly reccomend buying this marker, it can pull its weight against some of the faster ones! You will be shooting accurately with this authentic cocker!!
Automag classic, Automag RT, spyders, tippmans, etc.
Relatively fast, small, nice looking, seemed to be user friendly
Super-small trigger, its an autococker, eww (jk)
Alright, so I play recreational woodsball with my friends and I'm a diehard Automag guy. One of my friends had just upgraded from his Spyder Imagine, which caused him nothing but trouble, and until I knew he'd purchased this he'd said he was going for an Ion. As a mag owner, I've had to defend my markers against a sea of b.s. from autococker owners whenever I've offered my opinion on a high end mech, So I was especially interested to finally shoot one. I realize that this is the low-end of the autococker experience, but if their low end is this good I'd love to shoot one of the high end. I found the trigger pull to be snappy, and I didn't short stroke at all due to my mag experience. You could pull the trigger relatively fast(I'm guessing that my fastest on it was about 9-10bps) and although I could shoot my Mag faster I'm going to guess that you'd get better with practice. One large gripe is with the trigger frame. ITS RIDICULOUSLY TINY!!!! I have smallish hands, and I couldn't fit two fingers on the trigger to walk them. Not a real problem, b/c I don't walk to shoot my Mag fast either(FYI I use what i'd like to call controlled fanning), but I suppose if you were of the walking preference you'd need a larger trigger frame. It was really easy on the paint, which was of the cheapo department store variety, and watching the way the closed bolt worked was pretty nifty too. Over all I'd put this in the high end mechanical category, if just barely. It is a noticible improvement over blowback markers, but nowhere near an RT Mag or a high end WGP marker(I assume).
Nice marker, Well worth the >$300 it sells for (my friend's was barely used and he got it for 150) Shoots well, it'd be really nice with a slightly larger trigger frame(I'm sure there is some sort of replacement you could purchase.) All In all, Autocockers live up to most of their hype.