bt sealed bolt system
alright so i wanted this because im a klutz and keep on dropping my 98 custom during woodsball play. when i got it (ebay, it was like $10) i immediately put it on to test it out. installation was very simple, just one problem. when i put it on, i found that if i tightened the screws a lot, the bolt wouldnt move, cocking or otherwise. so i loosened it and now the screws are just a little loose, no biggy, as long as the screws dont fall off. anyways, i tested it out with my whisper barrel, and wow, what a difference! the whisper has so much porting, so it can handle more air, and the gun was really quiet. it did raise the velocity ever so slightly, because the CO2 that would otherwise pop out of the open bolt had to go through the barrel. again, no biggy, just lowering the velocity takes care of it (actually, its a good thing, now that i think of it. now i use less CO2 to shoot the same velocity). there is also no cock ring blowback, meaning that once you cock the ring and put it back, it wont move even though the bolt is. it also is very durable.
i've heard some statements regarding that this will increase the accuracy. i dont know how it would, it didnt for me, but im not taking off for it because thats not what i got it for. i also heard from a couple reviews that the ring is blocked by some buttstocks. i dont have a buttstock and i probably wont get one, so i wont take off for that, either.
i recommend this product because it
a. quiets the gun
b. keeps the gun clean
c. you use less CO2
d. cheap and durable
e. no cock ring blowback
i strongly suggest anyone who is even thinking about getting one, get it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, September 9th, 2006 at 11:28 am PST