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nightkid Monday, August 14th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 4 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: 06 gun metal gray ego
tadao m7 board
kila detents
switch kit with stiff barrel and UL 14" black
68/4500 smart parts max flo tank
D.A.R.T bolt
halo B w/ cheetah board no rip drive
and speed feeder lid
Strengths: Lighter then stock bolt
able to shoot any kind of paint without breaks
Weaknesses: Can be made from a lighter material
Review: Ok i've tried the nexus and the stock bolt before i used this one. it doesn't really make a big difference in the amount you shot or distance or what ever. the only thing i notice with this bolt is that i can shoot high quality marz to low end walmart paint and end up with the same conclusion. with the stock and the nexus i get a few break after the ball leave the barrel but with the D.A.R.T nothing its just like shooting high end paint.
Conclusion: If you play with old paint or just plain old crappy ones get this bolt.
i give this product a 8 only cuz i know theres lighter bolts out there!
and your shooting with an ego! nothing matters anyways people just give up when the refs says "GO GO GO"
8 out of 10

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