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Number of Reviews: 94
Average Rating: 9.1 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $400

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Features:
* All Delrin Bolt
* Adjustable and All New 2005 trigger
* P-Block Design
* Low Pressure Karnivor Front Block
* New 05 Black Magic Inline Reg
* Threaded feed tube
* Tournament-Ready
* Hammer with Teflon set screw
* All-New Adjustable Pneumatic Reg
* All New Milling
* New Lighter Body
* Two-Tone Anodizing
Product Availability 
The Worr Game Products ProStock Autococker 2005 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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Evilspyder Monday, May 23rd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Spyders
Dragun TES
04 Prostock
System X Vengence 2.0
Marker Setup: 05 Prostock
E2
Belsales ram
2 QEVs
Tickler LPR
Empire inline reg
Check IT on/off ASA
16' Cp barrel
WGP Grip feed neck
Egg2
68/4500psi Crossy reg. Nitro tank
Recommended
Upgrades:
Belsales/nexus ram
barrel/barrel kit
feed neck
And if possible E2
Strengths: Accuracy
quiet
Timed out of the box
Removable feed neck
Black Magic regulator
Weaknesses: Had a little leak by the 3-way if i touched it.
Stock barrel
Review: Finally got a chance to try out the 05 Prostock. I personally like the way it looks, some dont but i do. Feels about the same weight as a 04 Prostock, maybe a little bit lighter then the 04.
I was gonna get the 04 Prostock, but when i saw this and heard of all the goodies it comes with, i just cant pass it up. Now it come with a removable feed neck, derlin bolt, and a quality black magic regulator. I must say, these are the major parts i would upgrade on any previous cocker.
Shoots very well. Its very quiet, all you hear is the back block smacking the rear of the marker.
Conclusion: In conclusion, if your looking for a new marker from those tired old spyders or spyder clones, go for a autococker. Budd Orr, the owner of WGP states this on every marker box sold, "The most accrurate marker in the world". Now how many other marker companies would make the same claim??? I'd say close to none. Added a E2 with some upgrades, and it going to be one of the best cockers out there.

Superb markers from WGP. Totally different feel and experience.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, July 6th, 2006 at 11:20 am PST
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Nascar Thursday, May 19th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Spyers
Tippmans
Autocockers
Marker Setup: Multiple markers
Recommended
Upgrades:
BARREL!
Strengths: Everything
Weaknesses: Barrel
Review: I just picked up a new prostock autococker. Seems like a great gun for the price. This is just a short review. I like everything about the gun except the barrel. I have some draxxus paintballs and sometimes they roll right out the barrel! Its bored too big for stock and they drop out the barrel. I usually upgrade the barrel on my guns anyway, but geeze, should work better than this.
Conclusion: Buy it. I give it an 8 because of a slightly large barrel.
Rating:
8 out of 10
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Deathwind Sunday, May 1st, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year5 of 10 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
2004 Autococker, Spyder Shutter, Impulse, Angel Speed
Marker Setup: 2004 Autococker, 14" DYE Boomstick, Orracle Front End
Recommended
Upgrades:
At least a new 3-way, and a new grip. Stock grip is solid and does not really provide much grip, is just something to hold on to. Drop forward with and on/off valve, it makes the gun smaller. Nitro or compressed air to be used as they provide higher pressure. Electronic hopper is a MUST HAVE
Strengths: Accuracy! Looks. Dependability. Ease of cleaning.
Weaknesses: Use of air. Low BPS with standard trigger. Weight
Review: This gun, like all Autocockers, is one of the most accurate guns out there (paired with the right barrel, I recommend a 14" DYE Boomstick if you are a front/midfield player). The Autococker has new looks making it look very intimidating. It is a very good idea to use Nitro with this gun as it sucks up alot of air due to the airopneumatic cocking system. This gun was very accurate. Me and my friends (2 with flatlines on their A-5 and Custom 98) played woodball. The 'Cocker kept up quite well with the Flatlines in distance and accuracy. As always when a ball broke once in awhile the ball became innaccurate and so always carry a squeegee with you. Although the gun did not have a high rate of fire, the accuracy of the gun made up for it with the precise shots.

I decided to test it on the target. For those of you on a fixed income/budget and cannot afford to buy a new barrel the stock barrel is pretty good. Although the stock barrel is not that eye catchy as its just black with no gas porting (i decided to paint some flames on the end to give it a intimidating look :) The stock barrel is not that bad, to about 40-60 yards, and then the dropoff takes its toll. I went to about 30 yards away from a target about 12" by 12". I hit the target about 90% of the time, May I remind you that this is with the 11" Stock barrel. That is damn good for a gun and it just shows you what the Autococker can do.

I then took it to 60 yards. This time it was definitely harder to hit the target. I had to noticeably increase the angle of altitude at which I was shooting. Note that this is the dropoff taking its toll. This is where buying a new barrel is a good idea. This time the accuracy was about 20%. So I decided to strap on my 14" DYE Boomstick. Definately better performance. I decreased the angle of altitude by almost 2/3 (so if I had the gun at a 30 degree angle I decreased it to about a 10 degree angle). Pairing the Boomstick and the 'Cocker increased my hit percentage to about 60%. This is one of the reasons the 'Cocker is a very good sniper gun (god only knows how accurate it would have been with an 18")

One thing that is noticeable about the 'Cocker is the ROF. I dont know how fast I shoot but it might be around 5-6 BPS. It could just be me as I dont have very fast fingers or it could just be the 'Cocker as they are known to be a slow firing gun. The accuracy more than makes up for the lack of fire rate. Keep in mind that you can have some Gung Ho kid over there shooting 15 BPS and shoot 100 balls and miss every shot and you could be shooting 5 BPS and shoot 20 balls and get him out. My philosophy is that shooting tons of paint very fast makes no difference in how many tags you get. It matters how accurate you can be and making the right shots, not shooting tons of paint just trying to get someone out.
Conclusion: The most evident feature of the Autococker is obviously its outstanding accuracy. This gun should not be used by the player who likes to shoot very fast. The gun is a very good choice for the sniper or back player. The 'Cockers compact enough to be respected by the front player also, despite its heavy weight.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, May 4th, 2005 at 4:13 pm PST
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PrIbS69 Sunday, April 10th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months17 of 23 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
wgp outkast/prostock , most spyders
Marker Setup: blue prostock
dye boomstick
e-blade
psycho dropforward w on/off
68/3000 crossfire nitro tank
halo frontman
Recommended
Upgrades:
e-blade if you want 2 play in competitions
electronic hopper
stock barrel is decent- boomstick increases range/ accuracy tremendously
nitro tank for cold weather and 2 keep the marker in better shape
Strengths: Accuracy! right out of the box
Quiet as anything
Light
Price
Weaknesses: Not many
Maybe rate of fire w/out e-blade
Review: e-blade makes a world of difference especially if others u play w/ don't have it. Most upgrades mentioned are optional basically preference except electronic hopper. Rate of fire can be a weakness but realy isn't. The gun fires as fast as u can pull the trigger. Ebalde will fire as fast as ur hopper. This gun is just as good as an outkast meaning there is no difference.
Conclusion: I would recommend this product highly. A great advantage to this gun is that it can be easily upgraded to tournament level
Rating:
9 out of 10
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