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dchester6891 Monday, January 9th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
I built a "rocket cock" based on this design but it was not nearly as durable and broke
Marker Setup: I use a Custom 98 with a Flatline barrel system
I use Diablo 13 paint, it seems to work better with the Flatline (i think b/c of the thicker than normal shell)
Strengths: Its cheap
Quiets the gun
No more moving parts
Very Durable
Weaknesses: Had to cut Flatline shroud to install
Looks kinda strange
Review: I recieved my bolt system and immediately realized my mistake. It wouldnt fit on the gun b/c of my flatline shroud. The top screw was slightly covered. I had to use a wood file to cut away some of the shroud. My initial reason for making a rocket cock was to cover the cock slot. I slide often and my gear gets pretty dirty. I always got paint and dirt inside my Tippmann and had to clean it.(If you have a 98 you know wat a chores this is.) Also, one of the things I really disliked about the Tippmann was the moving bolt. It got on my nerves mostly b/c I kept hitting my thumb on the bolt and jamming the gun,not to mention my poor thumb. The rocket cock covers the bolt and completely eliminates this problem. It also quiets the gun which is good in woodsball when you want to keep a low profile. This is definitely an upgrade worth getting (especially for the price). Plus its alot less work than making ur own.(Which would probably break the second time you used it, like mine.)
Conclusion: Buy it its worth the money plus its an easy install. Unless you have the flatline then its a little bit of work, but still worth it.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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