I took it out and I have to say the look is definetly unique to it. I actually quite like it, it stands out while looking good. So I took out my old stock aluminum bolt and I was blown away by the weight difference. I had it measured at the field to be about half the weight of the stock bolt. Only downside to having this so far is that you have to use the stock bolt pin with it, but that's no biggie. Also the bolt features 2 o-ring groves so you can use o-ring to improve the efficency even more. Mine came with 2 o-rings on it and another 2 spare, so no problems with that.
Now to the stats.
Predator Paintball Park, outdoor chrono station. Light humidity, about 75 degrees F.
Pure Energy 68/3000
X-Ball Bronze Podium Series paint.
Stock Aluminum Bolt
Shooting about 1bps to allow for full cycle and recharge.
Dry Firing:568 shots
1st test w/paint:572 shots
2nd test w/paint: 588 shots
Average with paint:580 shots.
Then repeated test using The Spudnuk'l Nylatron Bolt
Again, shootin 1bps to allow for cycle and recharge.
Dry Firing:624 shots
1st test w/paint: 659 shots.
2nd test w/paint:646 shots
Average with paint:652.5 shots
Average difference between Aluminum and Spudnuk'l bolt:72.5 shots
Also to be noted is the reduction of kick and the huge reduction in noise that the Spudnuk'l bolt prevides. The gun is almost too quiet.
I would say to any Wrath owner out there to buy this bolt, for $35 how could you not? This is one thing that you will love from the second you open the package. The only beef that I had with it is having to use the stock bolt pin with it, but other wise, no problems.
There is only one person who you can purchase these from, and you can find all the info you need here
Edit:Alright, for some stupid reason I can't edit the 2 to be right after the 5 so make sure that you have a 2 at the end of that URL when you put it in the URL bar, otherwise you'll go to the wrong thread.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 8th, 2005 at 8:09 pm PST