These WGP panel style grips are made for durability and comfort. Because they are panels they create a thinner area for your hand to hold on to the marker. Thus you have more control in your grip. Not to mention a clean look that compliments the classic style of Autocockers from around the world. The WGP Worrgrip features include: sonic welding, a custom palm pad, sweat resistant finish, and a style that is sure to be popular with high-end Autococker users. They also are available in multiple color variations
The Worr Game Products Flat Panel Grips are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
-06 Black Magic SF
Halo led frontman
-Smart Parts ion
yellow body kit
14" dye ultralite
-2k2 Black Magic
10"&16" dye ultralite
Halo lcd Backman
ndz blade trigger
14" all american
Halo led frontman
Extra material left around edges
Dust seems to stick to them
These came with my 06 Black Magic SF. If your using gloves the grips are perfectly fine, they look swicked and feal snug when holding them. Without gloves its still has some good gripage and feal comfortable. The grips are made out of some sort of rubber material and are sweat resistant but attracts dusts wich is hard to get off some times. Designs on the grips are pretty kool, arrow heads or somthing of that nature going diagonaly down them. Some people dont like how its seperate panals but im fine with it on my bm.
Overal i like them, if they werent stock on your marker try to find something else but these work great.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 14th, 2007 at 4:27 pm PST
Kaner barrel kit
Center Flag inline reg
E2 Blade frame
CP rail drop & function mini drop
Center Flag 70/4500
VL Evolution 2 w/ Z board
Separate grip panels.
Well I bought a Karnivor and it had thses grips already installed on the Worr Blade grip frame. I kind of like the looks of these grips...it's unique and it fits the Karnivor theme. The feel is O.K. and they seem to make a good seal against the Blade frame.
Because these are two piece grips...there's no fingered grooved front part (under the trigger gaurd) so to some it may feel odd...so your fingers that grab across the front of the Blade frame is just resting on the smooth Blade frame housing...so it does not make for a secure grab. It's flat design is also not the best for a good non-slip grip as you're running from bunker to bunker.
It's O.K., if you care about looks more than function then these might be for you...if you care more about function then the $20-$30 price may seem a bit steep.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 18th, 2005 at 12:09 am PST
stock eblade grip- slighty better for reasons i will explain...
2004 ebladed stock cocker
Lower profile than stock grips...
Does not fit standard eclipse blades correctly!
the looks and build quality of this products are questionable... i have definitely seen cleaner looking grips out of the box. the major downfall however, is that the front side of the panel(where you finger wrap around is nowhere near flush with the actual grip frame. this makes the grip uncomfortable.
i must assume that these would fit a standard worrblade just fine, but this should be clearly stated n WGP's website or on the webstore i priced it at... since it was at neither, i purchased them and have had to sand them down, and honestly, they look awkward now.
if this information were clearly stated, i would not rate this product so poorly, but i feel that clear instructions and product specifications are a must, and WGP has not provided...
If you have a worr, buy this. If not, don't waste your money like me.
2004 Nightkast Autococker
Empire Quik Flip
Planet Eclipse Samurai trigger
WGP Worrblade bolt, black delrin
WGP Panel grips
WGP STO Kaner barrel kit
Viewloader eVLution 2 smoke/black shell
68/3000 Pure Energy tank
Easy to clean
Screw holes weren't all the way through.
I was never a huge fan of the original Eblade grips. The gigantic orange "E" annoyed me a little, and all those little ribs were hella hard to clean out if you got shot in the grip. When I got the Panel grips in the mail, the first thing I noticed was that rather than a one-piece wrap-around design like the stock Eblade grips, these actually come in two panels, which leaves the front of the grip (under the trigger frame) uncovered. This design is nice because you don't have to hold the grips open with one hand while trying to replace the battery with the other hand. While testing my gun, I noticed that the grips were quite a bit slimmer than the stock grips. It felt a little more comfortable in my hands. I took it playing for the first time Saturday, and lo and behold, I got shot in the hand. This time, though, cleaning was a breeze. A piece of paper towel, a Q-tip, and I had a clean grip. The only thing I found wrong with these is that on both panels, the bottom hole had a bit of plastic hanging out into the screw hole, but it was so thin the screw just pushed right through it.
Eblade users don't have many options for after-market grips, but these do a very nice job of providing comfort and ease of use.