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crefakis109 Thursday, April 8th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
More than 5 years
Products Used:
PE Dart Bolt
WGP Karnivor Bolt
WGP 05 Superstock Bolt
WGP Orracle Bolt
ANS Quick-Pull Bolt
Marker Setup: WGP 2005 Superstock Body (Dust Black)
Planet Eclipse E2 Frame + Solenoid (Black)
MTX MQ2 Valve
Tadao Yakuza E2 USB Autococker Board
Planet Eclipse Ram + QEVs (Black)
Planet Eclipse Dart LPR (Black)
CCM Pump Arm
Kila Rebuildable Ball Detent (Black)
CP Shorty HPR (Black)
CP Rail and '05 On/Off (Black)
CP 68/4500 psi tank
Halo B Rip Drive
Smart Parts Freak Barrel w/ Stiffi Stif-Tip
Slik EDGE III Nylatron Bolt
Strengths: Featherweight
Angled Inlet
Fits WGP bodies perfectly
O-rings optional
Weaknesses: The pull-pin detent
Optional O-rings not included
Review: This is an excellent bolt. Up until now, I have been using a beat up karnivor bolt. I was pretty pleased with the karni bolt but decided to move on after I scratched it too much and I was starting to get blowback. I have a superstock so I am limited to scavenging for evo-length bolts. Luckily, i found this one. Cycles very smoothly and eliminated my blowback. Unfortunately, the pull-pin detent design sucks. I threw some 242 on top of the screw and I am just going to hope it stays locked in. I haven't had a problem yet.

Conclusion: If you have an evo cocker, this is an excellent replacement bolt. For the reasons I mentioned above. Since the pull-pin detent design is the major flaw of this bolt, (as well as the fact the o-rings are optional but not INCLUDED), I give this a 9. So what if o-rings are optional. It should be up to the consumer to put them on or not - not to go hunting for them in some random hardware store. My fit is good w/o o-rings, but for those who need them, the bolt should be sold with a pair of unfitted o-rings. ESPECIALLY if they are a size not commonly found in paintball stores. The correct size is '# 13'
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, April 8th, 2010 at 11:57 am PST

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