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blingintippy Tuesday, April 5th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Soft face bolt
Marker Setup: 05 Speed (Blue)
Chrome volumizer
Check It Clamping Feedneck
Full Freak w/ AA tip
Halo B (Z code)
Shocktech Long drop and ASA
Angel A.I.R Lp preset
Strengths: Simply doesn't chop
Derlin - easy on the breech
Increases velocity
Prevents roll back
Weaknesses: Have to push it back to get it out of breech
Review: this is simply the best bolt for the angel on the market. It works flawlessly. After breaking it in (sticking a barrel swab down feedneck and letting off 1000 shots to loosen spring) i had to try it out. So i took a paintball and put it half way into the breech so that, if a regular bolt were there it would chop. I shot the gun on the ball. 1st shot, didnt break. 2nd shot, didnt break. I did this about 20 times and when i took the ball out of the gun there was nothing wrong with it. (if you dont break in the bolt it leaves a slight dent). I stuck my finger down the feedneck too and nothing happened.
Conclusion: All in all it is exactly as described and works like a dream. BUY IT NOW! Softface bolt is awsome 2 dont get me wrong. When the ram is properly adjusted you wont chop with that either. But this bolt makes the gun not able to chop which in my mind is a deff plus just incase the eyes fail or for any other reason. Kowing your gun can not chop is a deff bonus.
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, April 5th, 2005 at 12:20 pm PST

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