HEAVY. Yeah this is a good bolt but it is heavy, Push pin design
OK. I really like this bolt. I have had it for awhile and the push pin system is real broken in. It did take alot of playing with it. . It is so fast on the field when its time to field strip it. I didnt like that it was heavy BUT you can take the internals out and it is alot lighter. If you want to save money and want the Delrin style, get this bolt. You will be most satified for the money you pay and the quality you get.
Once you break it in you will be happy. I promise
-4 for weight
+1 for price
+2 for style and quality
System x autococker w/lapco 12" bigshot, system x delrin bolt, 8" chrome dropforward, and system x 68/3000 psi compressed air tank
It is a very tight fit to the bore of the gun
tough time removing with the bolt with ball-bearing system
This is a good bolt well worth the 30 bucks it costs. I did not notice much improvement in accuracy or anything but was able to lower the pressure of my gun do to it's tight fit. But my team mate had his ball-bearings get stuck and was not able to put in the bolt. But due to systyem x's great service he only had to send in the bolt and wa sent a new one in a couple of weeks.
It is a good product that does exactly what it is supposed to do.
Red ANS GX3 Chaos Cocker
Silver Sidewinder Reg
Red 16/10' SS Freak
Chrome Eclipse HInge
System X 88/45
16/12 inch Freak
I had about a 25 fps jump in velocity with this bolt compared to my ANS quickpull on my GX3. This number is not totally reliable becuae I didn't do a side by side test. I just came back to my field and was shooting about 30 fps hot with my new bolt. My sidewinder is dead steady so I attribute the change to my new bolt.
Its smooth (for whatever its worth)
The quickpull system feels reliable to me. The bearing feel like they are sprung tighter than on my ANS, so I think that it is held in tighter. I'm not afraid at all that it will pop out unless I want it to. The other guy must not have had it all the way in.
Chrome looks SICK
I have a GX3 and I couldn't immediatly fit it through my backblock. It fit my bolt tube like a wet dream, but I had to take a dremmel to my backblock to fit it in. I don't think its the bolts fault, just ANS, but if you have a GX3 you might want to keep it in mind.
Kind of heavy. If you are looking for a godlike PERFECT cocker, than the quickpull system adds weight that you don't need. I'd say it weighs half again as much as a superlight AKA lightning bolt (the lightest out there) Weight doesn't matter to me, someone who won't ever get past 6 or 7 bps, so I don't care.
Did I mention how SICK the chrome looks.
Good flow. Good looks. Easy strip. Smooth. Reasonable price. ($30). I'll give it the above average rating of 7. Things are WAY overrated on this sight, and the average is supposed to be 5. 7 is a compliment I reserve for only the best products. In my opinion, this bolt is superior in every way to the ANS quickpull, and to any other bolt except in terms of weight. If you have a GX3 and want a cosmetic upgrade with additional performance benefits, than this is the bolt for you.
This is my first aftermarket bolt. My ANS GX3 Cocker came with the ANS quickpull bolt.
ANG GX3 Chaos Cocker with ANS duckbill ASA and macroline. 68/3000HPA. Full FREAK Kit with 10",12",and 14" tips.
No Oiling. Bolts feels SO smooth when you move it in and out of the marker. (No O-ring drag!). Relatively Cheap.
The System X quick-pull messed up once on me during a game the first day I used it. The ball bearing on one side would not go in when I pressed the quick-pull button. I could not get the bolt back into the back block! I had to gently bump the ballbearing on the grip frame while holding in the quick-pull button. That loosened up the ball bearing and I have had no problems since.
I found no difference in FPS with this bolt vs my ANS quickpull. I never adjusted the regulator and both bolts would shoot the same FPS. It has 3 holes in the front of the bolt like some more expensive bolts. I really did not see any significant improvement over the ANS Quick pull that came with my ANS GX3. Plus I am worried about the ballbearings getting stuck again.