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ZombieTraining Tuesday, May 20th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
6 months
Products Used:
Ego 06 Stock Bolt
Marker Setup: Ego 06
Stock Ego Barrel / Dye UL 16
Kila Detents
CP Collet Sleeve For Twist Lock
CP On/Off
Hybrid Leather Grips
Strengths: Reliable, Self Lubricating, Easy to Maintain, Low Noise, Low Kick, No Scratching

Weaknesses: Possible compatibility issue with Kila Detents.
Might go through detents quicker.
Review: Used twice so far with no major issues.

During a 3 man tournament had no ball breaks or anything. I was just using my factory 14 barrel.
Seems to help use less air, but not sure 100% on that.
Keeps clean and easy to maintain.
Slides smoothly and a lot less noise/kick than factory bolt.

It seemed to chip my kila detents a little bit. Although it hasn't affected any breaks or issues yet.
Conclusion: I would recommend this bolt for an upgrade. If you have a stock bolt, well worth the upgrade.

This would have got a 10, but it seemed to chip my kila detents. I'm sure it would work perfect with rubber detents. It might go through detents quicker though.
9 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, May 20th, 2008 at 3:18 pm PST

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