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Clinton Tuesday, January 22nd, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
tech t L7 (Better then the New designz skeleton)
Marker Setup: Ion Max'd with a New Designz QEV, tech t L7, new designz detent kit and virtue eye and board.
VL revolution tripod hopper
All American front with a Freak barrel back
Strengths: Light weight allowing faster bps, saves air, and no kick.
Weaknesses: Very weak mine broke after using it for about 6 months
Review: The bolt did eliminate kick and improved air efficiency over stock but after being used for about 6 months it broke in the middle of the game. Pow pow pow click pisssssssss lol. It was kept well oiled with shocktech's sleek lube. No reason for it to have broke. I hardly every take my gun off semi auto. When I pulled the bolt out it was in three different pieces. Thank pd god it didn't scratch to inside of the gun.

Replacement: I went to the tech t L7 bolt and have had no problems it. My gun now has even less kick then with the skeleton bolt. It seems to make the gun quieter and more air friendly. I was able to lower my dwell and regulator pressure. My regulator is set to 140 and dwell is at 16. I have had less brakes and more bps with the L7. I would recommend it over new designz skeleton bolt.
Conclusion: Get the tech T L7 bolt.

I gave it a three because it was a good upgrade tell it broke. I gave it a 9 before it broke.
3 out of 10Last edited on Friday, April 17th, 2009 at 6:49 am PST

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