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ECOracer Tuesday, February 26th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Smart Parts Firebolt
Marker Setup: Smarts Parts Ion, Blackcell body, longbow stock
Strengths: Very light, very sturdy, lowers operating pressure, and it looks damn cool
Weaknesses: Price i guess
Review: ok, so it was a debate between the TechT and this....obviously, I chose this. Mainly due to its unique design and good reviews on well as the expectation of quality that goes along with Deadlywind’s products.

after finding the installation instructions online and following them i noticed i was having a lot of air leaking down the barrel but i read Deadlywind’s troubleshooting guide and took care of the problem.

Once it was working fine and the air leak stoped i filled my hopper and let it rip. it honestly feels like a different gun, it sounds different, the recoil is different (although i wouldn’t say nonexistent...just feels different). but its all different in a good way

Conclusion: im gonna give it a 9 out of 10 only because of the initial air leaking problem...but other then that...BUY THIS BOLT
9 out of 10

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