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jedijed Tuesday, May 13th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock bolt.
Marker Setup: 01 b2k vaporized, vapor bolt, vapor valve, vapor trigger, vapor lpr adapter, autococker palmer rock lpr regulator,air america vigalante hpr, 1.1 choas chip, dye stickys, dye 14" , boomstick, adjustable drop forward w/ on off, aci 91c4500psi, empire reloader.
Strengths: reduces blowback
looks cool
Weaknesses: too much friction
Review: Here's the story I bought my b2k used on ebay with a few things done to it. Right away I ordered the vapor to go kit. I installed it, and I have only used the maker once before I installed the vapor parts. I thought that my marker was too loud, so I sent it to be vaporized hoping that it could be tuned to be quieter. I got the marker back with the cool vapor jewel and new hid blue light, but when I went to the field it was still loud, the bolt was greased heavily when I recieved my marker and I broke a ball that day and had to clean my bolt therefore wipping of the grease, I forgot to get my grease so I decided to slap in the stock bolt. I shot it a few times and the paint was winging. I brought it to the chrono and it was shooting 340fps wow!!! So I was able to turn the pressure way way down and was shooting 290fps @ 170psi. The marker is now literaly ten times quieter, more consistant, and I have broke zero balls. My conclusion is that the bolt is good for some bushys but my body is too small for it to work properly, will I ever get rid of blowback and still have a quiet marker? I don't think that the product is bad it is just my marker, it isn't for every bushy.
Conclusion: buy it and try it if it doesn't work for you oh well sell it to a friend and try a new bolt.
Rating:
7 out of 10
 

Review Comments
minus Wednesday, June 25th, 2003 | 12:35 pm PST
just to let you and everybody else who doesnt konw, that you are supposed to sand the bolt down until it fits in your gun
later
   

Marc2002 Tuesday, March 9th, 2004 | 2:30 pm PST
Sand it? when you get a bolt you shouldnt have to sand it period. Besides you might mess it up.
   

QuickTrigger Tuesday, October 11th, 2005 | 5:44 pm PST
Yeah, I think your thinking of hoppers. Unlike hoppers bolts are made for a specific type of marker, in this case bushmasters, therefore they should fit already. Besides if you sand it unevenly you can screw it up, also I wouldnt want to think about how long it would take.
   

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