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
* High Pressure valve
* Gas through foregrip
* Panel grips
* Compact hinge frame
The Worr Game Products Trilogy Sport Autococker is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
I could shoot it fast enough for a low grade elec hopper
Price (I got mine for a little over $100)
easy field striping
Some better guns for little more
hard to change velocity
somtimes block hits u
I had the sport for a little over a year and it was a great relible marker. Even though it was very hard to change the velocity i think i only had to change it 3 times the entire time i had the gun and i shot about 16000 balls through it with no problems i had bought a after market 14 in barrel for it Tiller i think the name was. Well its a cocker so expect it to be accurate but not very quick and u have to pull the trigger back ALL the way or it will chop balls but over all pretty good.
Its a good gun but i got the Type-R for $140 and its ages ahead of this but still a good gun
8 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 24th, 2006 at 12:21 pm PST
autococker trilogy sport
First off I would like to say that this is a very good gun for any player, from newbie to pro this marker will not let you down. Dont waste your money on the comp or pro. This marker is just as good as them. I have shot all three of them and the only difference is that the comp and pro have "shiney" bodies. when i first used this marker i shot it with co2. I put about 1500 rounds through it. There was only one problem and it was that the ball detent was off. That was no big deal. 5 mineuts and a monkey wrench later i was back on the field. This is the most accurate marker that i have ever shot. this marker was more accurate than the karnivore that i shot. i did have one problem with co2. the marker started to sweat really bad and i had to sit out a few rounds to warm it up. I highly reccomend a hpa tank for this gun. that was the only big problem i ever had with this gun.
this is a very good gun for any level player. If you want an autocockers accuracy and the speed of a dm5 or timmy you can either spend $1000 on a karnivore or buy this gun and by an eblade for $300 dollars. over all this is a very good gun for any player i suggest that you give this gun a try
05' WGP Trilogy Sport Autococker
Pure Energy 20oz C02
Viewloader Quantum 9V hopper
Viewloader Revolution 12V
New Regulator, improves performance also...but stock look is nasty
Made by WGP
The limited parts that are sold to modify the marker.
Well, i recently bought this marker at NPPL7 in Huntington Beach, CA 2005. It was the day of the finals, as i strolled down the vendors area. I was planning on buying a Piranha EXT E-Force for 145$, but they ran out. So i continued to walk and the WGP Trilogy Sport caught my attention. It was selling for 200$, the player's kit. It came with a 9V Quantum hopper, sqeegee, Brass Eagle 9oz C02 tank, JT Radar Anti-Fog goggles, WGP Barrel Condom, and of course...the marker itself. After checking out the box, the only one there, in my mind...it was a steal. For 200$, i couldn't refuse to not buy it. So i asked the woman who was at the booth for 195$. She kindly said sure. So i purchased the marker, came back to my place. I had an extra 20oz C02 tank with air in it, so decided to fire off a few rounds in my backyard. Preceded to put on my new goggles, which were pretty comfortable by the way, and installed everything onto the marker. Meaning, C02, hopper, and paint. Cocked the marker back, started shooting. I was pretty impressed at the firing rate. I could pull the trigger as fast as i wanted to and the marker didn't chop on me. The marker was also shooting pretty quietly, with a new barrel...it'll shoot even more quiet. The consistency of the accuracy was so amazing, that i just had to shoot more. The marker is no doubt one of the greatest markers i've ever shotten. I'd take it over any Spyder..even the Pilot, and the Tippman A-5. The only thing the A-5 is good at, is shooting far distance and no chopping.
The marker is the greatest marker out there for the price. $200 dollars is what is advertised on some sites. The trigger frame is pretty small and compact, but i use my middle finger to fire. I recommend this marker for beginners and amateurs, it shoots great, great consistency, great accuracy, and the price isn't bad. Also, it's from WGP.
the most similar gun i have shot to this is the trilogy comp. It is almost the same gun for about $80 cheaper.
trilogy sport, stock barrel (for now) 16 20 ounce co2 12 volt revelution
you will really need to get a new trigger the 1.5 is just to small if ou shoot with 2 fingers. also you might want to look into gettin a new barrel.
Light wieght, cheap, good with co2 and nitro
The trigger is the biggest, timeing
the gun is really nice it is light and has the accuracy that you would expect from W.G.P. But like every body said you need to get a new trigger and get you timeing down because is tends to break alot of balls. But you can still get a good amount of balls off. It is a good marker if you are just gettin started and iff you just need a upgrade from that old one that keeps breakin.
This is the best gun you will shoot for the price.
i had a spyder imagine with a 16 inch barrel, i'll be honest i liked it but its nothing compared to the autococker i just got
autococker trilogy sport with a 14inch whisper barrel and a new ram
Clean and repair
Shoots straight and smooth
This gun is great but I do recommend you upgrade if you want it to shoot better and smoother. The gun is easy to take care of, and the cd that comes with it helps alot about gun and paintball. You need to get a barrel kit and a ram and a new trigger frame for it and also compressed air and you will be all set.
This gun is great to begin with but there will be upgrades for the gun for later on use.....soon guys...but have fun with your new gun and go get them!
Tippman 98c (sport is alot better, but tippy can shoot whatever you throw into it)
Tippman A-5 (sport is better better, but tippy can shoot whatever you throw into it and the A-5 doesnt chop)
32 Degrees Rebel 02' (sport can woop it anyday)
Spyder Esprit (Spyders can't compare to its awsomeness)
WorrG. ProStock 05' w. Worrblade (ProStock is very unreliable and broke offten, sport alot better, ProStock NEVER chopped)
STO Hinge Trigger Frame
New Reg (stock is VERY inconsitant)
Can use CO2
Stock is fine for begginer
Chops better then my blender
Sllllloooowwww cycle rate
Stock barrels is................bad
I have been using my friends Tilogy Sport every once and a while. I ALWAYS see him cleaning his barrel from chop, and I have expericenced bad chop even when I pulled the trigger once. Easy to upgrade (no Eblade!!), by the end of its use the owner will (or better) have replace everything on the gun save the body. My friend had it for a mouth and already upgraded almost all the way. Once upgrade with my suggested ups it will rock ur socks!
Accurate (with the not-stock barrel I ghave)
Easy to clean
Stock grips are weird.
Isn't THAT fast.
I got it 2 days ago for 100 bucks with two barrels, a pod, and a bag of paint. First, I have never owned an autococker, and didn't realize the detents were missing. Double, even TRIPLE feeding, and loads a' chopping', but after some autococker-master fixed it up and added detents, it shoots great. I love it. Its my backup, but its more fun for playing than my Ion.
A Custom Products barrel works really well with this gun, and for a loader I highly recomend a Revolution Tripod.
Light weight design
works very well with CO2
easy to clean
velocity adjustment is somewhat hard to get to
stock barrel must be REPLACED!!!
Overall it is a pretty good gun. I would recomend the stock barrel be replaced with a Custom Products barrel, and the a Revolution Tripod loader should beused. This gun is real easy to maintain, all that you need to do is remove the barrel and bolt, run you swab through about twice and then replace the barrel and bolt.
I would recomend this to any one who wants a fun and simple gun.
Ebladed Works Autococker w/Zero Board
So many other guns... =)
WGP Trilogy Sport
14" Odyssey Barrel
Alamo City Delrin Bolt
Pre-BE Revvy with Sound Activated board
Full hinge frame, but the stock frame isn't that bad
Fast for a mech
Ready to go
Doesn't come with regulator
It's a HP cocker, not really a bad thing
I went to academy to check out their sale, when I saw the Trilogy series were on sale. So I ended up getting the Sport for $68 and I'm really impressed so far.
This marker is ready to go out of the box, although it may require turning up the pressure a little. Other than that you just cock the gun and screw in your tank. The first thing I noticed when I shot it was... it felt so much like the other Cockers... The kick was not noticable, although strange with having a 800psi operating pressure, but that truely impressed me.
I loaded my revvy full of paint and in no time I was shooting ropes with a mech, I was shocked at how fast you could actually shoot without short stroking or chopping. The pattern with the stock barrel was pretty good actually, so a barrel may not be your first upgrade but there are some of us who like to upgrade barrels =P
Now for a field test. I started out the day thinking I'll probably be outgunned since most people at my field have ions. But to tell you the truth, I didn't feel outgunned what so ever, I was able to hold my ground and actually performed better than most people. (Skill>Gun =P ) I was actually getting some compliments about the Sport and people were really impressed.
I really recommend this gun really for anybody. It's a gun that anybody can use and don't have my doubts about this gun. Really worth the money. I give this a 10 for being the best bang for buck I've seen in a while.