Great woodsball cocker, but limited upgrade to pneumatics.
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Worr Game Products (WGP) Trilogy TacticalI bought mine from Actionvillage on closeout for $80. Possibly the best eighty bucks I have spent on paintball equipment.
All you have to do is set the velocity (stock reg is just fine, no...
I bought mine from Actionvillage on closeout for $80. Possibly the best eighty bucks I have spent on paintball equipment.
All you have to do is set the velocity (stock reg is just fine, no real need to upgrade it)
If you like them, the hinge trigger frame is very smooth
Stock barrel is pretty good, it's bore is fairly small (no roll outs)
customizability is not there with the 3-way, front block, asa and feed neck part of the body (although it will take aftermarket bolts and some valves/hammers)
I love this little gun. The stock barrel has a fairly small bore and I haven't had any problems with roll out with it. First day I ever used it I was able to get hits in 4-5 shots through cracks in bunkers that would have taken 10 or more to hit with my tippmann 98. The regulator is pretty consistant even before any kind of "break in" period, putting up some very small groups on the target range.
Unfortuneately I have only played with it once, I usually loan it to my brother and I play with an Invert Mini although I have threatened recently to trade him back!
The trilogy line is a great introduction into cockers for anybody who is thinking about getting one but is not sure they want to drop the money on a "high end" marker. You can pick on up for pretty cheap and get the feel for how a cocker works. The tactical model in particular is a cool looking cocker if you want to use one in a scenario game as well. The trilogy line would make an excellent back up marker for any cocker fan, for that rare occasion when your regular cocker has a problem at the field.