The Worr Machine series is WGP’s first blowback marker project. The Worr Machine RG is a pure blowback marker with a bunch of accessories: An inline regulator with gauge and a 14” barrel provides good precision. Other features are the volumizer, ASA and the field strip system. Of course all Worr Machines have Autococker barrel threads. The Worr Machine series consists of the RG, the EG, and the AG.
The Worr Game Products Worr Machine RG is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Does not shoot paintballs in straight line.
I brought this gun out for the first time, shot it at home and it worked fine, shot it at the Chrono-station and was some what accurate, took it out to the field and chopped all of my paintballs. The paintballs would go up after i shot, sometimes they would go straight then just instantly drop to the ground (I guess that's good if you wanted to get someone out of a bunker). I cleaned it so much and it just got worse. *NEW* Today, brought my gun out and had the exact same thing happened to me. I got one person. Waste of time and money.
I hated it, had to use my cousin's backup gun. Don't buy this, it was horrible.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, March 27th, 2010 at 3:17 pm PST
I really wanted to play paintball again but i was flat broke,, so i shopped for something affordable and i found this on ebay for 38 bucks. aired it up and wasted some balls. I thought it was great i had the ability to eliminate someone ( thats the important part right?) on the field. But thats about all it will do for you, your hand will get tired b4 your hopper is empty. the trigger pull is MASSIVE. From here.......................to here. slow shooting
but it does get people started and cost effectivly but after i used the trilogy ( witch isnt that great either) it felt eew sounded eew LOUD
Cool to have for your friends and back up. The trilogies are not much more exspencive get one of those instead, they feel so good compared to this.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010 at 12:30 am PST
wgp worr machine marker Redz Pepperstickz barrel vl 200 hopper skryker 20 oz co2 tank
for stock better barrel and a drop dont used co2
Great gun over all
Got that expensive
No clamping feed neck
The wgp worr machine is a verry nice gun over all i like it the gun acually shoots verry acurately this gun feels good in your hands and even tho theres no drop the tank never gets in your way of using the gun properly i really like this paintball marker.
I think all beginners and miidle class players I guess thats what youd call them should at least try this gun out .
Electric hopper, 12 BPS max. 16 inch WGP two piece barrel, 20oz Pure Energy CO2 tank.
Barrel, the stock barrel is alright. But a 14 or 16 inch barrel would make this great.
I have only played Woodsball with this gun, which would be decent for people who shoot with a low rate of fire. I was shooting it to its max, 10 BPS, and I kept having to re-cock it. If you like to just throw paint, this is not your gun.
For what it does, it does a pretty good job. I would only recommend this gun if your a woodsball player who doesn't throw paint a lot. Decent gun though, 8/10.
Its a good gun, all and all, but its not really upgradable. But i say its a good gun because when my friend lets me see it and lets me shoot it, it is like atleast 96 or 97% accurate. That might be because of the 14" dye barrel. Its not very consistant in power, its okay, its not like an angel or a dye or bob long. The power tends to bounce back and forth between around 260- 290fps. Its okay if your playing around at a local feild. The looks are nice but where the gauge is, it feels a little weird trying to really get your hand around it being that its right on the foregrip. Its good on co2 and wont make you go back for refills constantly. The gun does chop balls but.. it really only chops cheap balls, for example, the balls that come with the gun. lol but i should'nt be complaining, i dont like wasting money on 40- 50 dollar balls. Oh well, anyways the balls i use are monster balls lol and they are hard to burst. But thay make me stronger being that me and my team practices with them because we are on a low budget currently. This gun currently sells at around 80$, to me thats pretty good for people who are looking to by a great back up gun and or there new and just need a gun.
its a good gun and i would recommend new players get it. Im not saying its beast but it has help me in speedball whenever my gun was currently unoperational. I give this gun an 8 out of 10. Reason being is that it is cheap, durable, and pretty easy to maintain. it may have a couple nitches but we all have to get used to that in any gun/marker.
Smart Parts Vibe (better)
Tippmann 98 Custom (not recommended for speed ball at all)
14" Proto Barrel
Grave feed hopper
Pure Energy 72/3000 aluminum
Inaccurate w/o a new barrel
Not very fast
This a spare gun I picked up just in case my Vibe went down again. It was only $40 so its not like it was going to break the bank. I didn't get to use this the last time I was at Chicagoland but my friend did because it was his first time out and we didn't wanna have him stuck with a rental. I actually read the previous reviews on this gun before I bought it. The new barrel makes a big different! My friend did well with it and absolutely loves it.
It doesn't shoot very fast because its a mechanical and so it only needs a grav-feed hopper. The hopper shouldn't cost more than the gun.
I've also seen reviews that say this gun chops alot of paint and that just isn't the case. It actually chopped very little and shot straight.
This is a good first gun for new players. It needs a little bit of work though so a new barrel is a must. for more experienced players, this would be a fairly decent backup gun and just another gun to have around if a friends wants to come out and not have to rent.
I originally bought this gun for a backup, but it's been my main gun for a year. i got it off eBay for $35. My friend liked my gun so much he went out and bought one for him self. for a add bonus it's not electric! so you save money!
Spyder E99 Avant
WGP Worr Machine
Good solid gun, cheap
So ,so accuracy, parts not easy to come by as some of the other markers.
Got this gun new off Ebay for 40 bucks, cant beat that.I got it as a loaner.I played with it a few times.Its no Tippmann or even a Spyder but it will do. Had to keep tightening the barrel.Accuracy is so so, I can hit a telephone pole 6 out of 10 times at 50 ft , with a stock gun. Chops more than I would like, but it is a 40$ gun. Its a lot better gun than some of these plastic guns I've seen people pay 60-70 $ for.
Makes a great loaner gun, if they want better let them buy their own set up!! Good for a beginner too.
I love it so much it is awesome. I can use co2 or hpa and has and amazing barel asa feed neck bolt and regulator the color is awesome and it has the best set up in the world ever i love it so much i would recomend it every one that is a beginer and a pro alike i love it all
worr machine rg with auto cocker threads and a 14in barrel
The ball detente
This is a very good gun for beginners. I would suggest buying a pack of O rings though because the co2 will break them. I would probably buy n2 for this gun because the gun gets to cold with co2. This gun is semi auto and would be great for reg playing. The price of this gun is around a $100 and pretty good for that price.