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Frontier_Bill 07-25-2006 01:09 PM

Autocockers
 
Well, i have long desired to own an autococker, and have only shot one once.. all 3 shots hit the poor ref...

Now, my question is, is why are the trilogys so much cheaper?

I see that paintballgear has '04 vert cockers on sale ($189) and that will probably be the route i go, as i kinda need a tournament worthy marker, my stingray wont cut it!

And, i WILL NOT be going electro, i dont want to worry about batteries, and i see electros as cheating.

Hobbes 07-25-2006 01:12 PM

With the trilogies some of the parts are basically built in like the 3-way and the ram. Personally, I'd rather just have a regular Autococker, especially since they sell so cheap used.

Frontier_Bill 07-25-2006 01:31 PM

Thats what i though on the trilogies, in which case, they wouldnt be feasible to pump-ize, correct?

Schmitti 07-25-2006 01:34 PM

Not as easily as with a standard body.

Owned13 07-27-2006 05:41 PM

if you're looking for ease between switching your cocker between semi and pump get a regular body cocker =)

Frontier_Bill 07-27-2006 06:50 PM

Is it as easy to do with a WGP cocker as with an ANS cocker?

Rayodder 07-27-2006 07:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Frontier_Bill
Is it as easy to do with a WGP cocker as with an ANS cocker?

A Cocker by any other name is still a Cocker :D

taliesian 07-27-2006 07:20 PM

The best way to this is to have a vertical asa that is milled so you can lift the timing rod out without having to disconect the 3-way shaft. This makes for a super easy switch, and you can do it in under 5 minutes without the loss of the gun's time.

Frontier_Bill 07-27-2006 07:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rayodder
A Cocker by any other name is still a Cocker :D


Thats about what i figured, now to go sell my PSP on ebay to fund a cocker!

Thanks for the timing/switch tip too.

BulldogPaintball 07-27-2006 08:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rayodder
A Cocker by any other name is still a Cocker :D

I disagree. Depending on who made it, you could end up with junk or perfection.


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