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dynamicpaintbal Wednesday, March 8th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
NDZ detents, Hybrid Detents, stock detents.
Marker Setup: superman Ton Ton Shocker w/ Q lock, predator board, freak kit, Sidewinder reg, dark shocker trigger, hybrid grips, unimount, NDZ stinger V3 bolt kit, kila V2 detents.
Strengths: Never blow out, easily rebuildable
Weaknesses: Dont fit some private label shockers without some grinding
Review: First let me say the one bad thing about these. They are pretty big. not only do they stick out quite a bit, they are wide. So wide in fact that some of the PL bodies wont fit on these unless you grind down the 2 corners so it fits. And these things stick out quite a bit. the stock detents sat well inside the little hole in my body for them. These have the rounded part sticking out above my body.

now onto the good. They never blow out and there is no spring to bind up. They look really clean and good and they are rebuildable 3 piece design. If you break paint, you just unscrew the cap (you can even leave the other part on your gun) and pull out the delrin piston then clean it off and put it back together.
Conclusion: get them if you have a stock body shocker, if you have a PL body such as a Ton Ton or Shocktech, you will need to grind them down a bit to make them fit.
8 out of 10

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