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I would like know if someone can help me. I have bought this autococker a couple weeks ago and would like to get some info about it. I am new to autocockers and would like to know how stock this marker looks from the pictures. I would like to know any info about it that anyone may know. A fellow paintballer was selling most of his markers and I was lucky enough to get this for $100, at least I feel as thought I was luck. This marker have been nothing but Perfect for me for the few time I have been out with it. The only thing I know is the rear block is new cause the ano is off a shade. Thanks








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It's a 2001 WGP STO (standard tournament operations) with a pump kit and a knockoff Dye hinge frame (it's the same design as Dye, but the actual Dye had a Dye emblem on the back). I'm fairly certain that's an aftermarket back block also, I don't remember WGP ever shipping that. Looks like an aftermarket bolt too, although no clue what type, it looks like it might be delrin from that shot.
 

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Thank you very much for all that info. I though something was up with the frame. Thanks for confirming it

Here is a picture of the bolt and some rear blocks that came with it. I would like to know if that is the stock style rear block. Thanks for any help


 

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I'm fairly certain that's a WGP bolt, but from a Trilogy SF, not the stock STO (same design as the 05 Prostock/superstock, but normal length, not STO/P-block/Evo length, and yes, it's stupid that the 00/01/02 STO's don't use STO length bolts).

Th backblock on the left is the stock. The one of the right is from a 2001/2002 STO, but of course a black one. Although honestly I think the one on there is lighter, so I'd stay with it since it still matches pretty well with the color.
 

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miller you're a nut XD
Nah, STO was my first tournament marker (although it was a 97), so I know the STO's fairly well.

I had a lightning bolt, which used the knock-off Dye frame (as did the super bolt which was a total clone of the Dye Reflex).

And then I had an 05 superstock so I recognized the bolt, but of course the superstock is evo length, and I remembered the trilly SF tactical at least (not sure about the regular) had the same bolt in standard length, so it's probably from that. Just so happens he had parts that I knew. Perfect storm kinda scenario.
 
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