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rayzoredge Wednesday, August 6th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock bolt, Fireball Mountain Mercury bolt
Marker Setup: WGP Autococker
* Evolution 44 Magnum Ram
* Eclipse E1 Frame w/ Zero B Board
* Dual Eclipse Ego Qev.
* Samurai Trigger
* Fireball Mountain Delrin Bolt
* Oracle Tickler.
* Custom Bob Long Pressure Gauge
* Ricochet AK
* Lapco Snapshot

WGP Autococker
* PMP Pump Conversion Kit
* Lapco Bigshot 10"
* Ricochet AK

Tippmann Pro/Carbine
* Custom
* AirTipps Bolt and Stock
* Lapco Bigshot 10"
* Ricochet AK

Sheridan PGP
* Stock
Strengths: Very light, feels durable
Weaknesses: May not fit your 'Cocker
Review: Bought this off of Compulsive Paintball after reading the awesome reviews here, hoping that it wasn't a case where everyone read "nylatron" and jumped onto the bandwagon to hype it up. Received it in the mail, ripped it out of the package, and was eager to try it on my primary marker.

It wouldn't fit.

The tolerances between the 'Cocker body and the bolt apparently didn't go well because it was literally a real PITA to try to shove the bolt into the gun. I gave up halfway and just pulled it out. Thinking that it was probably just my gun, I tried it on two other Autocockers.

Neither of them would fit. It would have trouble going through the back block, then you literally had to put some force into putting the bolt into the gun. Halfway through with both, I determined a no-go.
Conclusion: I won't bash the crap out of this bolt, but I can't rate it well either because of poor Q&A on SLIK's part. Maybe I got part of a bad batch or maybe it's that ONE bolt, but in conclusion, if you can, go local and test it on your gun first before buying. (Help out your paintball community too by buying local.) =p
Rating:
7 out of 10Last edited on Wednesday, August 6th, 2008 at 5:42 am PST
 

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