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levinelevine Thursday, June 17th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
3 years
Products Used:
stock bolt, firebolt, other markers bolt, proto stock bolt
Marker Setup: ion dynasty
clippard qev
all amercian barrel
halo v35
max-flow micro 3000 psi
47 in3 3000 psi air tank
trinity feed neck
Strengths: Very light and fast
saves air=low dwell

Weaknesses: Maybe has a break point... not likely
Review: Excelent product, cheap and durable in a few words: awesome for the price
I bought this bolt for the price and the looks (it was like a transition bolt beetween the stock and the firebolt) at first but is a awesome bolt and Im keeping it for good
The air flow is great and it makes like a cucshion before hitting the ball so the paintball will go straight every time
but i would recomend first to buy a qev... i have clippard and its good
you can set your dwell to 14 or even less!!! mine works at 8-9 with the qev and that saves a loooooot of air, maybe 330 shots for 1000 psi of air or even more
Conclusion: i recommend it a LOT... and i rate it 9 because nothing is perfect
and sorry for the spelling english isnt my first lenguage
9 out of 10

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