Stock ICD Bushmaster bolt, and the Vapor II in my friends BKO
Blue Eagle Cocker
Blue Aim Front block, Back block, and 15* asa
Blue Kapp Twisted Cocking Rod
Blue P&P Dye Beavertail
Blue Kapp On/Off
Black WGP Hinge
Black Shocktech Stubby Drop
Blue Shocktech Supafly Bolt
Blue (accident) Shocktech Rat Valve
Chrome Shochtech FGP
Chrome WGP STO Ram
Chrome WGP CT 3-Way
Chrome Palmer Stab (soon to be Chrome Torpedo or Glad)
68/3000 Steely Crossfire Tank
5th Gen Bushmaster2K (2nd fishbone generation)
Green and Black splash
Bandit Nylon Bolt
68/3000 Centerflag Tank
Clear eVLution2 w/ y board
Light weight, less blowback than stock
hard to find, little pricey
Being made of nylon helps this bolt primarily with weight. Its really light, and is machined really well. It fits the bolt chamber on my bushmaster really well. Better than the stock actually. Because its so light, helped a little bit with efficiency. I was able to turn the pressure down a bit. Don't really have many problems with chopping. But I do use an Eggo2
Because its still oring-less, it suffers from slight blowback. Its not as bad as it was with my stock bolt. If i wanted to completely eliminate the blowback, i'll need a Vapor II.
The only real downfall for the bolt is that its incredibly hard to find. I couldn't find one to buy brand new, i had to get it used. Price isn't a real big issue. I got mine for $30. I'm not even sure if they're made anymore.
Decent product. If you don't have a lot of blowback, this'll be a good bolt for you. I like it, and I plan on keeping it for some time.
They are still manufactured. Go to http://www.banditpaintball.com if you're looking for a new one. They are also in stores throughout the country. Go to www.banditbolts.com for a list of places to buy.
Last edited on Friday, March 26th, 2004 at 3:36 pm PST