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Whitea42 Tuesday, October 31st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 months
Products Used:
Stock Striker
Marker Setup: LP Spyder Imagine, AlamoCityPB Bolt & Striker, 32 Degrees Spring Kit, Spyder Turbo Valve, Bob Long Torpedo LP Regulator, Custom Bored Vertical Adapt., Custom Blade Trigger, SwiX 50g Trigger Switch, Custom T316 S.S. Airline, 16oz. PMI.
Strengths: Light Weight, Delrin Body with Metal Inner-core
Weaknesses: Slightly heavier then expected
Review: This bolt is great. Alamo City Paintball uses quality materials, quality o-rings (or x-rings?), and quality machining processes to deliver a great product, not only aesthetically, but functionally too. I used to have recocking issues, but the new Delrin bodied striker fixed that problem. It is machined to fit perfect and has shown to be a great addition to my setup.

Although I am fairly new to the sport, I cannot be considered a 'newbie' when it comes to the functionality of a marker's components. In addition, I work in an industry where machining tolerances and product quality can make or break a business. Therefore I must say that my views toward Alamo City Paintball and their product quality are nothing less then perfect. This is a great business people.

(And no, I dont work for them)
Conclusion: I would recommend this part to anyone looking for a quality lightweight striker for their spyder.
9 out of 10

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