I was so stoked to pick up this bolt, I had it on order at my shop for 2 months before it came. I was a little disappointed when it would not fit in my marker. So I sanded it down until it fit properly, and lathed O ring groves. The first day I used it, it worked fine for about 300 rounds then the bolt body broke off from the cocking rod and flew about ten feet out of my barrel. I figured out that the allan screw had broken off and the bolt lug broke the back end of the bolt. Unfortunately since I had lathed the groves on the body for O rings I voided the warranty.
I hope they just over tightened the one I got. But not fitting the gun it is meant for is a big problem. I give the product an average score and not a 1, only because a few guys I know say theirs works perfectly.
There are 2 of the same bolts for different Spyder guns. you probabaly got the wrong one, thats why you had to sand it down and probably also why parts flew "ten feet" from your barrel. You have to becareful about those things.
First off...did it fly out of the back of the gun or out the barrel.
Note any spyder bolt can't fit through a barrel unless it was a huge bore
in which case you failed to get a good barrel and are dumb.
And one more thing do you mean you cocking rod flew or your bolt body flew.
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