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dmansr25sd Saturday, September 25th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Stock 04 bolt
Marker Setup: Wgp 2004 autococker red
Wgp nickel drop
Blackmagic bolt chrome
Empire reloader
68/4500 preset crossfire carbon fiber
Strengths: Great reduce in friction
Cool looking back
Venturi face
Even distribution of air
Weaknesses: Only one thing, its not delrin
Review: I got this bolt free with my cocker as a gimmic on a website and i shot a couple hundred rounds through my stock bolt before i swapped in the black magic. Man was i supprised as i slid the bolt in, it went in so smooth compared to stock. I would sit there sometimes and cock my gun and fire it with the back block back(without air) and the bolt would go only as far as the cocking rod but the black magic had so little friction it would make the back block hit the body just with the force of the spring in the cocking rod. When i shot it it had much better accuracy and consistancy.
Conclusion: Very good upgrade bolt for a non electronic cocker. If you go electric get a delrin, definitly. It will generate too much heat metal on metal. Another quality product from WGP!
10 out of 10

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