2004 WGP autococker, Shocktech Supa Fly bolt, 12 volt Revy, 68/3000 crossfire tank
Weight, larger port, quality
other delrin bolts may be lighter, bolt color may interfer with eyes on E-blade
The bolt is significantly lighter than stock. Result is a fast cycling time, resulting in more balls per second. It has a port that is much larger than stock as well. The bolt is mostly delrin with an aluminum center for strength. The bolt has a venturi bolt, supposedly better for distributing air around the ball resulting in improved accuracy. There are no O-rings, no more lubing your bolt, less maintenance, however, oil may cause your bolt to swell, so clean your gun of grease and oil before installing.
The disadvantanges are few, there are bolts made entirely of delrin, they are lighter in weight, also some bolts have grooves in them so you can time your cocker with your bolt installed. These features are not available. The color of your bolt may effect the eyes if you run a E-blade cocker. The eyes are reflective and dark color bolts, mine happens to be black, may confuse the eyes, resulting in more adjustment time with the E-blade. Worrblade addresses this problem by giving a white color delrin bolt with their kit. If you want to oil up your marker's internals, you might want to put back your stock bolt while doing this, since oil may affect delrin.
Great product, a bit pricey, but for less maintenance, better air distribution (larger air hole and venturi front) and faster cycling, it is well worth it.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 3rd, 2004 at 3:32 pm PST