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italnstalln48 Thursday, January 6th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Stock Bolt - Heavy but Decent
Shocktech Supafly Bolt - Good bolt but dissappointing for the price
Marker Setup: Red '03 Vert. Feed Cocker with Dye Ultralight barrel, WGP Ergo Inline Reg, Chrome Lightening Bolt drop and ASA by CP, Dark Vengeance Delrin Bolt, KAPP delrin detent, Crossfire 68/4500 Nitro, Dye Stickies and 6 Prong 12v Revvy
Strengths: - Gas Efficient
- Self-Lubricating
- Light Weight
- Cheap
Weaknesses: - Hard to find
- new plunger system required for newer than '03 cockers
Review: After a long time of searching, I found and purchased a Dark Vengeance delrin bolt for my autococker. It is much more efficient than my stock bolt. I get a whole lot more shots per fill. My accuracy however has not improved notably. I had tried a friend's cocker with a supafly bolt and it was dissappointing quite frankly. Thats why i figured i'd give this one a try. It may not look the coolest (its white delrin) but hey......i think it gives your gun that "look at my custom cocker" look. And you don't have to oil your bolt ever again which is pretty cool. Only negative is that the accuracy was only about par w/ that of my stock cocker bolt....pretty sad
Conclusion: So if you don't need one right away (it takes awhile to ship if you're in the U.S. because they are made in Canada) i highly recommend this bolt. A great upgrade for your cocker that won't break the bank. Go for it. If you want more accuracy though, you are gonna have to pay more for a better bolt.....
8 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, May 21st, 2005 at 9:33 pm PST

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