WGP 2003 Vertical Autococker, 12 revolution x-board hopper, 14 inch Smart Parts All American Barrel, Orracle Bolt, Dead On Pro Blade Drop Foward, bullet 3-way, mini ram, Micro Rock Regulator, Smart Parts MAx Flo Regulator, 2 68ci 3000 psi tanks
Barrel (The Stock barrel sucks)
Bolt (Stock is OK, but the orracle bolt is much better)
Shoots Fast (Hinge Trigger)
Great for woodsball and Speedball
Good Quality for Price
Stock Barrel Sucks
This gun is amazing and you definitely get what you pay for. Its very fast firing and its great for Woodsball and Speedball. The stock Barrel is the only thing on the gun that jas to be upgradd, the rest of the gun is awsome. The gun shoots extremely acurate and is very consistent.
This gun kicks A$$ and it can beat out most higher end guns easily. Its a good gun for the price, and once you get it you'll fall in love eith it and never want to sell it.
impulse w/ vert reg/just about the same except the impy is lower pressure, black magik cocker and i like it because of the cumstom milling and reg and the stock bolt and barrel
blue 03 vert cocker
blue dye stickies
evil pipes barrel system
a new barrel is the first thing u should get. Then a new bolt probably an orracle bolt. I got a shockteck bolt and i liked it just as much. Get a compressed air tank. cuz i used co2 on my gun and if u shoot a lot and real fast u can freeze the reg.After that u should get a new front end becuz the stock one looks like crap.
The accuracy of the stock barrel.
Stock barrel too loud. Need to get a good trigger pull or will chop.
Overall its a good gun. I've really haven't had anything wrong with it. I really like how the back block moves back and forth each time you shoot. The only weaknesses were wut I listed above. How the trigger pull needs to be quick or it will leak gas but that is really not a problem. And the stock barrel is pretty loud But if u play speedball like me that won't be a problem cuz all u hear is guns going off in every direction. You should really get the upgrades that I listed above cuz those will really improves your game and your gun.
I was really satisfied with my gun. And going from a spyder to a cocker is a real big difference. I am going to give it a 9 because It could be a lil bit better for the price but overall i am very impressed.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, December 22nd, 2003 at 2:40 pm PST
2003 vert cocker
Shocktech Bomb 3-way
14in All-American Barrel
barrel, bolt, 3way
It is very accurate out of the box, nice feel, and fun to use.
stock barrel is very loud but can be used, didnt come with bottom line.
The 2003 vert cocker is a very nice gun. You can take it out of the box and rip with it. The barrel it comes with is very loud (no porting on it at all) but it shot nice and straight.
Uhhh... the 3-way has a long pull compaired to what u can get with a new 3-way, and im in need of more words.
This is a good marker, worth every penny.
would have been a 10 but i gave it a 9 for the barrel.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, November 21st, 2003 at 8:10 am PST
2003 VF Autococker
68cu 4500psi 3a nitro tank
cp drop forward
all delron bolt
system x sticky grips
nitro (if your using co2)
out of box play
I would have to say the bets part about the gun is the out of box play. I bought the gun and played the next day. The stock barrel is great, except is is kinda big. Midnight and Blaze paintballs fall out of the barrell if you hold it upside down, so just dont hold it upside down. The only really needed upgrades are an electric hopper and a new bolt. This gun can fire fast so an electric hopper is a must. The ricochet 2k works fine for me.
The only problem with the stock bolt is that if you play with it for a long time it will scratch the inside of you gun. Im using the all delron bolt from wgp, and its the one getting scratched. Nitro is optional, but it will definantly help. Much cleaner than co2. It is also nice that there are an unimagineable amount of upgrades so the gun never gets boring.
In conclusion, this gun is great. The out of box play and accuracy make it a must for any paintballer.
WGP 2003 autococker, freak, tickler reg, supafly,evolution 3-way, STO ram,custom products inline reg, cam adjuster, evolution II hopper with z-board
LPR, barrel, bolt, inline reg
Looks cool, comes timed, accurate, fast (with cam adjuster)
Bolt is horrible, same with barrel, and definetly the front pnuematics(BRASS!!!)
this gun is awesome. ever since i bought and started playing with it, every body want to use my gun. what can i say, cockers are the most accurate guns on the market. I have never chopped paint before, and with the supafly i get higher flow and even distribution to the ball.the cp reg is very consistent. the tickler is very easy to work with. the evolution 3-way is awesome, it shortens your pull, plus with the cam adjuster you (yes yourself) can adjust the trigger pull to your liking.i can probably shoot 10-14 bps with it.
Overall its an awesome gun for experienced players but definetly not for newbs(sorry about that but it is true)
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 19th, 2004 at 5:14 pm PST
98 Custom (silver reciever)
14" Progressive Barrel
Psycho Ballistics Rear Velocity Adjuster
GTA Vertical Adapter and Inline Expansion Chamber
Polished Stock Barrel
9oz and 16oz CO2 tanks
Psycho Ballistics DF
12v Revi (bright orange; god am I stupid...)
Nothing you really NEED, just nitrogen and a DF, maybe a better barrel
THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH THIS MARKER!!!!
Ohmygod where do I begin. This will be in a perspective of ALL cockers not just the 03.
Well, it is VERY accurate and has great range, being closed bolt. It's VERY light and balances PERFECTLY. It fires very fast, hinge or slider (I swear on the holy bible my dad got 17bps with a SLIDER!!). Everything is good about this gun.
Look at it this way. All markers made to date have plenty of upgrades that completely change the way the gun acts and feels. They almost make it into a new gun. With Cockers, there are no true "upgrades" just better versions of the same parts. The Orracle is the same as the original Cocker. Just better parts. It has been the best and the same for 13 years. the Cocker OWNS.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, December 15th, 2003 at 2:51 pm PST
I've shot many guns that are Cockers, including STO, Orracle, Outkast, E-Orracle, and the new Nightkast. They all are a better gun then this when they are compared stock vs. stock (basically out of the package those guns are better then this)
Shocktech Intimidator, Halo B Loader, Freak Barrel System 14", and 68/4500 System X Nitro
1. 12v Revy
2. All-American or a Boomstick
3. New bolt
4. Change the 3 way to ANS along with all other front pneumatics
Accurate, Quiet, Shoots somewhat far, good price
Reliabilty, Break alot, Jams, Distance isn't great
I had this gun for around 5 months and it worked well as i was getting more and more into the sport, however i started to see that it can be a pain this gun. It jams if you walk the trigger quick even with a Revy, and the front pneumatics deffinetely need work. All in all you need to put a good 500 into this gun to make it good. Its a good price and i did out-shoot my friends with there A-5's, E-Spyder's and all those other guns under 300. The trigger pull is nice at first when you see theres no air tension like the spyder and Tippmanns, and you see how fast you can shoot.
I would buy this product if you want to get into paintball more then just playing once every month or 2. And i would recommend this gun for the player whos had a Spyder or Tippmann and is looking to get something noticeably better for not to high of a price.
barrel.bolt.lp reg.inline reg. these are just for starts...
accurate out of box-shooting house paint....okay rof looks prettier compared to older cockers..
barrel...loud as hell -ulgly 2...poor comfort grips
the 03' cocker out of the box performed on the okay range....accuracy wasn't that bad..shot like a stock e99 but sounds smoother becuz of the neumatics......when i got it the gun was a llittle bit of timing...but i fixed that up quick....the millings okay but it could use a little bit of it...when paint broke in the stock barrel, the balls shoot everywhere...curvs this way/ that way....its like the balls have been locked up for so long that as soon as they got out..it was going to go their way and no one else can stop them..don't even try to shoot clean cuz it ain't going to happen...just gets worst...for a straight non-ported barrel that cannot atleast shoot clean a little bit.....its not even worth the aluminum its made of....
good starter gun if u like to get into the family of a/c's.....the price well....depends on where u wanna get it...do a little searching and it'll save u a few bucks....i still think that the msrp on the a/c should be a like around $ 250-300..becuz most of the parts on the cocker will be replaced with something better....like that damn ugly ass barrel....might as well sell it w/o that pos...i could use those extra $$$ on a new freak kit...I only gave the rating a 9 cuz wgp could of given the option of buy the gun w/o that cheesy ass barrel
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, November 12th, 2003 at 4:08 am PST
2k3 cocker, 14in Ultralight, Blue STO Ram, System X Grips, PMI perfect drop
One of the bennifits of this gun is you can upgrade everything, but the main things that need to be upgraded are the barrel and the pnuematics
Many upgrades, accurate, Can compete with markers 3 times its cost.
High Matienance, Slow
This was my first "high end gun". One I received it, the timing was off. When I called Worr they send to send it in and they will re-time it. Well I didn't want to wait that long, so I timed it myself, It wasn't as hard as most people say it is.
After I timed it I was very pleased with it stock, It was very efficient (about 950 shots off of 68ci3k tank) accurate, and fast compared to my old tippmann. Short Stroking wasn't a big problem, first time I played I short stroked once and awhile, sense then I have not short strocked at all.
Eventually I bought a better barrel, even though the stock one really isn't that bad, just sounds like a cannon. After I bought the barrel I did see increase in accuracy, and the marker became much more quite.
Now is when I began to have a few problems with the marker. We were at our first tournament, We were doing quite well after the first 3 games, we had won 2, and the other one boiled down to no team getting no points. My autococker was performing flawlessly as it always had. When in the fourth game I began to sweet spot and I realized all the gun was doing was re-cocking, I wasn't able to shoot any paint, we lost that game. I new Immediately that my timing had gone bad, the lug wasn't catching the sear. I readjusted the timing and went out again. This time my gun worked for most of the game, when the game came down to 1vs1, of course I was left :(, the gun went out of timing again, I rushed for the flag, and got points on the pole, but lost because I couldn't do anything else. After this I borrowed someones tippy, which I could do get about 3 bps with my fingers :(.
Well we went on winning one, losing more. When my friends Uncle said he had it running again. I ran hopper through it at the chrono, and it performed flawlessly.
Next game I used it, and after about 400 shots in the game it slipped again :(. After this I threw the gun in the bag and used the tippy for the rest of the tourney. I feel we could have done much better if My gun hadn't gone down, In our first 3 games we beat the team that eventually won first, and in another we nearly beat the team that got second.
Afterwords I tapped the lug in Teflon tape, and have put about 1500 shots through it without the lug slipping. I didn't think the teflon would hold it at all, by someone recommended it to me, and so far its worked great great.
Well overall this is a good marker, that can have many different problems. Its accurate, and can be slowly built up into a whole different marker. If you want a marker that will never break down, then this isn't for you.
Other than the matinance, the only real flaw is its sort of slow compared to High End Electros. I will be selling mine because I feel I need more speed. Of course I could always buy the E-blade...
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, November 11th, 2003 at 9:09 pm PST
spyder, piranha, tippmann but none of them even compare with a cocker
01 vert feed cocker w/ richochet ak loader, evolution bolt, pure energy 68 ci 3000 psi fiber-wrapped tank, pmi perfect drop, black regulator cover, shocktech front end kit, and an oldschool all american barrel.
compressed air( please don't ruin a cocker by running it on co2!) pnuematics get whatever for the ram and reg but don't get anything else but a bomb 3way, it frickin rocks, new barrel, and a new bolt
accurate as hell, awesome range, consistent with nitro(+/- 4fps at chrono), well balanced
complicated if you don't know what you are doing, heavy but no biggy, expensive
What can i say, this gun freaking rocks! i played with it this weekend and it ripped! i worked the field. i was able to stand back near one end of a huge field and hit people on the other side at the base. there was one game where my team had to keep the other team from getting the flag and we got hide first and i think i took almost half of the other team out just by myself. i had a couple of problems. the trigger was sticking and a 3way hose blew. not to worry though, it was my fault not the gun's. i turned the input pressure up too much in the front reg. the gun performed flawlessly after that. in my opinion cockers are truly the best guns available. you can even buy electronic triggers for them for all of you quick trigger fingers out there.
the autococker is simply the best gun for the money, and just the best gun period!