2004 Nightkast Autococker
Empire dovetail-mount on/off ASA
WGP Worrblade bolt, black delrin
WGP STO Kaner barrel kit
Viewloader eVLution 2 smoke/black shell
68/3000 Pure Energy tank
Requires lots of lubing
Coating flakes off
I got this bolt stock on my Nightkast. The first thing I noticed when I popped it out was what a heavy sucker it was. I thing WGP could've gone the extra step when designing the Nightkast, especially because of the Eblade, and just included a delrin bolt. The bolt is open-face, which is good for high flow and better air efficiency. It has o-rings, which are nice for reducing blowback. Because of its construction, I imagine this bolt is very strong. I haven't had a chance to step on it or anything, but it feels very rugged. Unfortunately, there's a lot more wrong with this bolt that just the weight. It requires frequent lubrication so it doesn't destroy the inside of your gun. A nice coating of Dow 33 did the trick for me. However, there is one huge problem I have to address. On my friend's Outkast (which includes, naturally, an Outkast bolt), the outer chrome finish started chipping and flaking off inside his gun. Fortunately, I had my old Outkast bolt laying around my basement, so I was able to swap it out for him, but anyone who doesn't have an extra bolt lying around will be forced to go buy a new one.
I can't really recommend this product, simply because there are much better products out there for the same amount of money. I recommend investing in a delrin bolt, as it is light and will greatly reduce your cocking mass.
It came stock on my cocker so I used it until I could afford a better bolt
2002 Outkast with 1st gen hinge, Dye Stickies, Kapp Tear Drop Forward, OTP G-1 Barrel Kit, iisports G-1 Delrin Bolt, 68ci 3000psi Pure Energy Fiber Wrapped
Large opening in the front
Heavy and scratches easily
Out of about 1500 shots I only managed to chop one ball and that was becasue the field paint I was using was very old. It works decent as long as you keep it very oiled up so it does not scratch the inside of your marker. I would reccomend upgrading to delrin as soon as possible.
If you get it on your OutKast and need to play or shoot a few balls it is ok until you can upgrade to something better.
well, its a stock part. You can't expect much. That being said its actually a dcent stock bolt. The thing is open faced and high flow. Also with enough quality lube it can be pretty smooth. It also has o-rings so no blowback which is really standard for good bolts with some exceptions. On the bad side, it is pretty heavy but unless you have an electro this shouldn't affect much.
Pretty good for stock parts in my expeirience but there are much better
evil pipe barrel set
dye flow ram
dye rocket reg
new self lubing bolt
centerflag high pressure 68 4500
o rings ? i guess thats it
hevy ,chops, have to lub alot
dont get it but if it comes stock on ure gun its ok for a lil wile until it starts scratching up u gunget a real bolt like a delron or shockteckif u pinck its a bit(h to push out other wise nice bolt for a stock onei dunno what els to put ther tellin me to littel words but this is all i have to say dont but 1 ull regret it get a dleron bolt u wont regret it at all
ok dont wast ure money get a delron o a shock teck u have to lube this bolt alor but its ok the o tings dont do ne thing it still scratches up ure gun in side and it is verry hevy