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Peter31193 Monday, June 18th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Red Ion Pro
SP rail w/ on/off
Freak Jr.
360 QEV
Skeleton bolt
Orange detents

Z-boarded egg
PE 68 4500
ER 20/20 Echo

Strengths: Last alot longer than the stock detents
Two spring strengths
Good anti-double feed
Weaknesses: Need to be lubed
Light springs may not work (see review)
They weren't too hard to install. All yo need to do is take out the stock ones, lube these ones a little, put the springs on, and stick the sticker things over the hole that you put them in. I chose the light springs since I have an egg, but if you have a halo, or vlocity, or pulse, you should probably use the stiff springs.

They seem to do their job well. I did have alittle problem where one of the detents started sticking and lube wouldnt do the job. All I did was put in one of the stiff springs and that fixed it. Overall, I havn't had any double feeding isues or anything.
Conclusion: Pretty good detents, don't really have to worry about double feeding. I give it a 9.4 (9 rounded down) because nothing is perfect and the sticking issue.
9 out of 10

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