Worr Game Products (WGP) BlackoutSo i bought just the body off of ebay and slapped a true E2 on it with my 2liter, evo ram w/ qevs, and scmIII lpr and all i could say was wow.....I also have a Series I JOLE but i wanted one to play...
So i bought just the body off of ebay and slapped a true E2 on it with my 2liter, evo ram w/ qevs, and scmIII lpr and all i could say was wow.....I also have a Series I JOLE but i wanted one to play with as my JOLE is a custom color i dont want to play with it. So I bought this and I acutally like the way it shoots over my JOLE..... I think it might be the springs as this seems so soft when it shoots and doesnt break balls...i pinched 3 as i was setting it up and they didnt break...my lpr is so low as the mass is light and the ram/w qevs is so smooth....id imagine with all stock parts it wouldnt be as smooth, but i just love it and im glad i bought it.
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Worr Game Products (WGP) BlackoutMine is completely stock internally with the only upgrades being an AKA SCMIII LPR, FBM delrin samurai trigger, and macro line instead of steel braided. The only reason the LPR was changed is...
Mine is completely stock internally with the only upgrades being an AKA SCMIII LPR, FBM delrin samurai trigger, and macro line instead of steel braided. The only reason the LPR was changed is because I had an extra one, it really doesn't need it.
Appearance - Very smooth and sleek lines as to be expected by the extensive milling. The all gloss black ano is very nice.
Performance - Honestly the best cocker I have ever shot. Once you have it tuned in and set up the way you like it is extremely smooth shooting and very very quiet. It is every bit as smooth as BWing'd DM9 the way I have it set up and even quieter. It's also extremely fast, not just for a cocker but in general. I can shoot faster than my DM9 pretty easily with it, it just rips I can't really explain it. I've never done an actual efficiency test with it, but I can shoot 3 pods and a hopper off with my 45/4500 and still have plenty of air left.
Reliability - For some reason people think autocockers are unreliable. This simply isn't true as any true cocker owner knows. Maintenance comes down to wiping dirt or paint off the gun and putting a couple drops of oil in the ASA then dry firing it a bit. They only become unreliable if you do not have them properly set up. It took me a little more time with a chrono to find the sweet spot for the main reg (like 10-15 minutes), but now I can take it out to the field whenever I want and it will rip.
Value - At the time this was released and people were starting to move away from cockers I'm sure they felt the $700 price tag was a bit high. However, only a few years before Karnivors were going for over $1000, and personally I feel this gun is far better. They're both cockers so they do shoot similar, but you can find a Karnivor anywhere while Blackouts are extremely hard to come by nowadays.
Overall - One of the nicest cockers out there, providing you can find one out of the 60. If you do though, you can be sure you made a great choice. It will always shoot smooth, quiet, and fast for you