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Cocker_tov Tuesday, January 25th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Dye cocking rod, WGP stock cocking rod
Marker Setup: Dye Ultralite Minicocker
Strengths: Big head - easy to grip
Weaknesses: Poor finish
Oversimplified structure
Threads don't fit
Review: I got my Twisted rod a few days ago. My stock Dye rod stucked and I could not adjust its length. First thing I realized as I took this part of the box, is poor finish - twisted pattern is made by the saw, and it cuts the fingers! After 2 minutes of cocking my marker, I felt that my fingers became thinner :)
It make the fitting even harder. This rod does not have the locking screw in the back of its head, it simply screws till the end of the threads. Since I ordered black rod, black color stucked into the threads, and I waisted 15 minutes to screw the head on rod more than it was! Finally, I have to use locktite to lock the threads, and that's what I don't want to do.
And the third thing is, that this rod does fit hardly the threads of my marker. I have a Dye cocker, but I think it has the standard threads for the cocker.

Conclusion: The bottom line is: I am looking for a new rod. This will be the backup.
5 out of 10

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