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Number of Reviews: 203
Average Rating: 9.2 / 10
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TRILOGY SERIES AUTOCOCKER®-

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
* Pull-pin
* Micro polished ram
* Push button safety

COMPETITION-Features
* Wrap around grips
* Inline regulator
* Two fade anodizing
* Compact hinge frame
Product Availability 
The Worr Game Products Trilogy Competition Autococker is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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OOJamison Monday, December 6th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months16 of 18 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Not anything close to this gun. ( not counting the $1000 markers)
Marker Setup: Autococker trilogy comp. with Phat 3D flame drop forward. Crossfire 68ci carbonfiber tank. Halo loader. 12" boomstick.
Recommended
Upgrades:
drop forward. I have not got one yet, but a super-fly blot ( this will make it rock even more)
Strengths: Cheap. It's a cocker. Just a great marker. very accurate with stock barrel.
Weaknesses: Not a drop foward.
Review: I bought this marker because I was just kicking around with a tippmann prolite. Have played with the custom 98 a few times. This is not even close to being in the same class. Not only does it look good, the paint will not rub off. I put the 12" boomstick on it and to be honest, I can't tell it shoots any better. The only problem I have, is the I shoot a butt load of paint. I played last weekend (4 15min games) and I shot a little over 1500 balls. Only 1 ball break (with Draxxus blitz). The drop foward makes it feel a-lot better. This thing can sling some paint.
Conclusion: It's a cheap way to get a great marker. IT'S A COCKER
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, December 6th, 2004 at 11:48 am PST
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banderson Thursday, December 2nd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month30 of 32 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
First Cocker
Marker Setup: Stock WGP Trilogy Competition
12 oz CO2 A/s

Spyder Victor
J&J Performence Barrel
New Triger Frame
12 oz. CO2
Recommended
Upgrades:
Drop Forward
Strengths: Accurate
Closed Bolt
Feels Really Well Built
Good Color
You Can Worr-Blade It
Weaknesses: No Drop
Review: This was my first cocker and after hearing all the talk about thees cockers I was a little leery.But, after I found out that all thees people were thrashing them without ever shooting one.I got mine with a one year warranty and free shipping.Once I got it I took it straight out of the box,gassed it up, and it shot beautifully.There was a little gas coming out of the RAM but I just wiggled it a little and it stopped.

Pros:
Closed bolt-It is closed bolt so it is more accurate than other markers.

Well built-It was supposedly drop pressed,so it is a lot heavier than most markers,but if you can't hold a marker you shouldn't be playing anyway.

Color&Worr-Blade-The Ano job on it is really good,unlike the Victor it doesn't scratch off.
Unlike what most people think,You can Worr-Blade thees
Conclusion: I will give it a 9.5 just because it is stock and it could get better.
Any one wanting to use C02 on this,Go for it.It works just fine.You might want to A/s it though.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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Goldfinger Tuesday, November 23rd, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month53 of 66 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
'01 Autococker
'02 System X Vengeance cocker
'01 PMI Pro 2
Tribal Twister 2.0
Tribal Fluster 2.0
Classic Intimidator
Tippmann 98c Flatline
Marker Setup: '04 Trilogy Comp
16 oz pure energy Co2 anti-siphoned
Ricochet AK
Recommended
Upgrades:
Medium bore barrel i.e. Lapco Bigshot, Dye excel, CP one piece.
Strengths: Air efficiency, closed bolt operation(no kickback), designed for co2, price is affordable for beginners.
Weaknesses: Compact hinge frame, large bore barrel, fade just a line between black/red.
Review: OK, called WGP and asked them about running co2. The Trilogy line was designed for co2. I took mine out to the field and the marker did what it was supposed to do. For example, we were defending a castle of about 50 on 50 and a player ran in to bunker us. As he ran in, I quickly without hesitation, popped off 3 rounds. Without any kickback from the gun and no malfunctions, the marker performed well. I believe cocker's are much better performers than stack tube blowback's. The only hesitation I think most beginners will have is the timing/pneumatics which WGP made easier with the Trilogy series. Only one grudge, I didnt realize the compact frame was so compact, lol I have to use my midde finger to fire(6-8bps) but thats fine with me considering I dont waste paint. The barrel is large bore some where around .690(pmi premium just caught friction) and I was told when I called WGP, the tech said the trilogy series runs about +/- 10fps on co2 and anti-siphoned will run better considering decent paint of course(pmi premium was asked).

There you have it, no bashing, no glory just a review.

For the price though, get the pro, I should've. It has the full size hinge frame and 2 piece barrel for $40 more.

Update 5/1/05

Tri-comp with full hinge, warped dark delrin bolt, and powerlyte scepter kit. I had the lug lowered a bit to reduce short stroking(I was double and triple feeding when I first got the marker and couldn't figure out why only to find out the lug was sitting hi and not catching the bolt.) And now thinking back and for the price I am glad I purchased it. My preference was for an economical marker that was consistent, efficient, and accurate. And with the minor upgrades, I couldnt be happier. I now just show up at the field, slap on my Ricochet 2kx, tank and chrono for a few shots and play!!! 7-8 Bps and +/- 8 with A/S co2 with powerlyte kit, what more can you ask for the price you invest.
Conclusion: Great gun for those who are intermediate rec players that are tired of upgrading their stack tubed blowback markers or tired of using a flatline tippmann.
Rating:
8 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, May 5th, 2005 at 5:06 pm PST
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