All guns include bullet 3-way, Rock Regulator, STO Ram, Mini Gas Block, Milled Mainbody with wire ball detent, Zinc Screws, Stainless Custom Pump Arm, WGP lightweight 45 Frame, custom polished trigger plates, threaded timing rod, Free Flow Bolt w/ integrated push pin, nickel hose clamps, pro polished sear, trigger job, and wrap around finger groove grips. Also included are a 3/16 velocity wrench and detailed users manual and setup guide. Guns come standard with no barrel and no in-line regulator.
The Free Flow Autococker is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
2004 FreeFlow Lotus -
- Bullet 4-way
- CP Shorty inline Reg
- Maddman Green Valve/Hammer springs
- Older style delrin FF bolt and pull pin
- 12" JT 2-piece Al barrel
- CP on/off
- NitroDuck X-Stream 68/4500
- VL Vlocity Jr. w/ NOX Injector
An aftermarket inline reg for better consistency, other than that I can't recommend anything. This marker performs exceptionally well as is.
Lightweight, balances very well in the hands
Nothing comes to mind, other than FF being out of business.
You can't go wrong with a FF IMO. The quality is exceptional, shown in the sharp asthetics and impressive performance. If timed and setup properly at the recommended input pressure of 320psi, this thing will purr. Currently I estimate 1700+ shots off a 68/4500 @ 320psi input, 280 fps (Â±3fps) with my setup. Comes down to 200-250 shots off 500 psi.
I would recommend a FF to anyone looking for a great mech that will treat you right for a long time to come.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, September 27th, 2007 at 8:25 am PST
03' Cocker: STO Ram, STO 3-way, Palmer Rock Reg, Perfect Cradle Drop, Polished Internals, Hinge Frame, Trigger Cam, 14 inch JJ Ceramic, 14 inch ACI Combo
98 Custom (woods gun): Flatline
Freak kit- or similar barrel kit. THIS IS A MUST HAVE...LITERALLY!
Light, accurate, quiet, fast...for a mechanical marker.
Free Flow isn't around anymore, so if you want parts, good luck.
I've been building and shooting cockers for years- they are awesome guns in stock form. The Free Flow is the king of mechanical cockers. I own two new F.F. Rhythm cockers- I took one out for the first time yesterday- wow. The Rhythm is the lighest, tighest cocker I have ever owned. It is so smooth there is virtally no kick, so staying on target is a breeze. The gun operates at such a low pressure that a short-stroke will not result in a broken ball. The bolt simply stops on the ball if you short-stroke. Nice. I shot half a case yesterday and didn't break a single ball. Not one. If you are a cocker fan and have never shot a Free Flow gun, you have to check one out...if you can find one. I'm in the process of building my second Rhythm into a pump gun. I will update the review after I complete that project.
If you can find one, buy one. Sure the mechanicals are slower than the new electros out there...but that's why the E2 frame w/ B board exists! You will not be disappointed with this gun.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, March 12th, 2007 at 8:25 am PST
Yellow FreeFlow Fulcrum body
AKA Tornado low pressure valve
AKA Mighty Max low pressure chamber
AKA delrin Lightning Bolt
AKA Lightning bolt pin
Dye 3 way
Palmers Micro Rock LPR
Worr hinge trigger
CP Direct Mount ASA
Bob Long Torpedo regulator
Kapp angle vertical adaptor
Free Flow springs
10" Proto 1 piece barrel
68ci 4500psi PMI Tank
- Egrip (Mech is really nice though)
- Almost unnoticeable recoil
- No chops
- Heavy (compared to Ion, not that big of a deal though)
I'll start by saying that this is a custom marker I bought from another guy in great condition.
Well, this is my first marker, so I've been learning along the way with this great autococker. I had an excellent time every time I've played with it. I've played against e-teks, ions, dm6s, etc. and I guess sometimes I feel a bit out gunned since all these guys usually play with ramping, but I like the feel of the challenge while playing mech against all of them, and feel really proud of winning against them.
I've used around 6000 rounds in this past 6 / 7 months and it works great and I haven't had any chops so far, even with cheap paint that my buddies with ions usually do have problems with,
All in all, this is a very reliable marker. I've had some trouble with it but it has always been related to misuse / bad paint. I Even played in an evening after a 2-hour rain, and everyone was having trouble with their markers except me, what could've been the problem... posibly wet paint / high RoF, but I played just fine with no chops all night long (5 hours of playing)
I'm still debating on wether getting an egrip or simply buy an ion or something. I really like this marker as it is.
Great marker, too bad these are not sold anymore. Really worth buyng. Accuracy on my marker will be better when I get a better barrel, but it shoots great anyway.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, February 12th, 2007 at 3:47 pm PST
Dye Reflex Cocker - shot great, but no where near my Free Flow
03' Free Flow cocker with an E1, ccm clamping feedneck, SP on/off. I bought it used but I know it has an STO ram and QEVs
If mech, get an e-blade. Free Flows came already tricked out so not much is needed. Maby a back block and delrin bolt if you got one of those damn screw-in bolts like mine has.
Once tuned, it works and STAYS working. Also, It's a cocker!
A little on the heavy side.
I bought this gun from the used wall at my local pro-shop. I know the guy it belonged to and he said he hardly even used it. It shoots great. When I first got it, it took me awhile to set the reg,lpr,etc. but once I got it fine tuned It shot great. Even with the heavy block and bolt it has, it can still rip some paint. All of the parts are the best that were on the market when free-flow was making cockers. If you have a chance to get ahold of one of these cocker, go for it. They are original and becoming more and more rare. I havn't seen any other Free Flow cockers at my field. This thing shoots 1000 times better than my old reflex. And I miss that gun, lol... I give it a 9 because it is a little on the heavy side. Any average to big guy would be fine with it, if you're one of those tiny front men, probably not a good idea...
Great cocker. All the parts/internals are the best around. They were NOT cheaply made and if you can get your hands on one, its definately somthing to hang onto.
FREE FLOW COCKER
all new internals
rythm body kit
proto 1piece barrel
48/3k pmi nitro tank
Fast as hell
I picked this up from a friend for about $135 with all listed ups.an amazing deal ino. anyway i aired it up dropped in some paint and started rippin on it. i swear i got about 16bps.this is the best gun ever made. this is also the most accurate gun i have ever shot. i love it.
Buy one u wont have any regrets.....please rate this as helpful or not
If you kno paintball then u should kno that this gun is where it is at they dont waste air there soo accurate soo light weight they are well worth the 800 that they cost but freeflow went out of business so u cant get the free upgrades and all that stuff but its a beautiful marker
2000 stock WGP autococker
ANS chaos autococker with eclipse eblade
I have a Lotus free flow autococker with the first shocktech swing trigger with all shocktech front pneumatics. ANS genex 2 regulater with free flow internals with an eclipse oracle bolt.
This marker bought complete is great out of the box. It works with any front pneumatics and regulator. No up grades are needed just for preference.
One upgrade that is a must get is two QEV's on your ram
Its a cocker
the smaller valve makes it louder then most cockers
This gun is overall worth the haste of an auto cocker the free flow internals make it unmatched for efficiency. Of all the cockers i have used this one works the best. over all the best part of this gun is its accuracy. the gun also is very good on air the free flow internals make the operating pressure go lower then most cockers.
I would recommend this gun to anyone interested in getting an autococker. Its one of the highest quality cockers out there.
Spyders, tippmanns, shocker and ion (none are as good as the freeflow)
Ebladed Millineum FreeFlow cocker
45-45 Crossfire tank
Lighter Backblock and bolt are next
If you dont have an eblade (personal prefence) and derlin/nytralon bolt get those besides that you got the best parts on the market
pretty good effiency
real fast if you have a new bolt
Freeflow went out of business. :(
Well I just got my gun back from Freeflow (got it back right before they went under) and WOW. I was shooting low fps and the accrucacy was awesome. I still have the old metal bolt and it's pretty slow but bolts aren't that expensive. I got mine off ebay for $350 and that was with the eblade. I would recomend a new bolt the Freeflow ones are good but slow i would recomend a Slik.
If you are considering an autococker get on ebay and get one of these you won't regret it. I shot a shocker today and my gun was just as fast (I used a friend's bolt) and way more accurate and both my brother and I thought my cocker was almost as light as the shocker.
Rhythm body cocker
All free flow internals
None, if you buy the $1000 cockers. Definitly get an eblade, cp reg, dye ultralite, halo b, if u dont have them.
Very accurate, great grouping.
Extremely good are efficiency.
More kick than other guns.
require a lot of tuning.
I have a 2004 free flow rhythm cocker. It works great, i have eblade, cp reg, cp rail/asa, ultralite, all free flow internals, palmers stb, and qevs. This is a fast gun, i get around 16bps, but im pretty slow. I get around 4,000 shots off a 68/45. My tank isnt low pressure either. This gun is great on paint, and it doesnt chop, it just pinches. Its really accurate, and it has a better grouping than most guns. Its a pretty quit gun,tho that doesnt matter. You can get a really nice one for around $1000. Definitly ask for some extra eyes tho, they break sometimes.
I would buy one of these if you like cockers, but if not, definitly save the money and go for an intimidator, shocker, or nerve or something along those lines, timmies, shockers, dm4'a definitly perform a little better than cockers if your into xball. If you play 10 man nppl, definitly buy one of these especially if your a backman, also, these are great for woodsball if u have a mech free flow cocker. Worth the extra money than other cockers becuase they have free upgrades, and a lifetime warranty, so if it breaks, u get it fixed for free.
68 3000 freeflow tank
Mostly defiantly get a eblade or race
then a halo
nice barrel if u dont get 1 to come with it
SPEED , Accuracy, small, customizable
Bad design if u have race frame but had no problems with it after that
when i got this gun i didn't think that it would even compare to the speed of my Timmy but sure enough it did.. then i focused in on the accuracy of the gun.. shooting 15 balls 13 made it exactly where i was shooting and the other 2 went wide by like 7in but still that is crazy !!!.. then i took it to the local field to shoot it and show it off by the end of the day every1 was afraid to play against me because of the speed and accuracy of the gun.. This gun is so fast i needed a halo for it ... i can probably shoot about 18 with mine and i heard they made like a new board or something for like 20 bps ? but not sure.. this gun is cool u can make it ur own custom design to .. '
*IN ALL THIS GUN KILLS EVERYONE DON'T BE THE 1 THAT GETS KILLED BY IT BE THE ONE KILLING PEOPLE WITH IT!!!!
In conculsion this gun rocks .. it's fast and also low key design (helps front players) And accuracey make it a all around good gun for whatever postion you play on the field
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2004 at 11:57 am PST