Electronic Double or Single Trigger
CO2 or Compressed Air
Quick Field Strip
The E-Trigger from Armotech offers three modes of firing. Semi, 3-round burst and full auto. The rate of fire is adjustable from 4-13 rounds per second. LED indicators allow easy access to important settings and information. Easily switch from semi-auto to burst or even full automatic. Adjust your rate of fire, game timer, and change from live to safe mode with the push of a button. The E-trigger is capable of firing an astonishing 13 balls per second yet remaining highly reliable and virtually maintenance free.
Designed for police and military training scenarios, the WG-65 is an accurate simulation of the real thing. This semi-automatic version shoots standard .68 caliber paintballs using either compressed air or CO2. Because of its duty as a training tool, the construction is extremely rugged and durable, requiring minimal maintenance. All the features you would expect are there, right down to the collapsible telescoping stock, fully adjustable military-style sights, and sling loop.
The rear velocity adjuster and push safety make this marker acceptable for use at most fields for casual or scenario play. Using a standard or electronic 200-round loader, this marker emulates the action and recoil of its military counterpart. The vertical adapter accepts standard paintball tanks but this marker is best suited for a remote line to get the full effect.
The WG-65 is NOT A TOY and is a virtually exact replica of the real thing. Do not carry this marker in public or in the passenger compartment of your vehicle. This is one of the finest replica markers ever made.
The Armotech WG-65 E is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
smartpars teardrop 16" barrel
ummmm none really, maybe a better bolt
It looks cool
noisey as the REAL m4
Okay first off, i didnt do my research on this gun before i got it...i was so happy to be getting A M-4 PAINTBALL GUN YAYYYYY!!!!!!!!.....WRONG... this gun is VERY cool looking, but thats about it. I got the gun in the mail and about jumped thru my roof with excitment. I took it out paintballing the next weekend and was met by mixed emotions by the people at the PB park. most were amazed by the cool looks of the gun, many were sceptical about its performace. when i chrono'd the gun was EXTREMELY inconsistant +- 50 pershot.....onnce i got that fixed up, i finally just gave up and lowered the speed tto like 100fps....once i got out into the field, first off, the remote line i used was a pain in the butt because it was to tense, but i got into the game... the first thing i noticed was that this gun is very long, too long to really take effective cover behind anything without unshouldering ur gun and putting it akwardly aside....speedball? FORGET IT!, coming out from behind cover with this gun is too hard to be an affective player...ACCURACY? pffff what accuracy? if u can sneak within 10-20ft of ur opponent maybe you'll score a hit maybe not but u can scare them to death with the terrible noise the gun makes..
i bought this gun without thinking i t thru and have spent much time regretting it DO NOT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE
3 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 26th, 2006 at 10:09 pm PST
I found this gun to be one of the best i have used. The ability to switch from semi to burst is real nice. I tend not to use full auto much, only when im playing some hyperball or speedball.
The gun is just the standard WG 65. The thing that sets this gun apart is the electronic trigger. I will say that it is one upgrade that has gotten my out of many trouble spots. You do have to take care of the trigger much. No water in it and don't drop it from high places. Standard care for the gun is also required. You take care of it, it will take care of you.
Very good marker! Couldn't give it a 10, because of the maintance issues might scare off some new players. Would recomend to anyone that wants something different than a tippman.