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Average Rating: 4.0 / 10
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Hybrid's new ITB2 3-Piece Bolt with three high grade black delrin interchangeable tips; including the special "flight" tip.
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The Hybrid Technologies ITB2 3-Piece Bolt is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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mradventure888 Friday, August 22nd, 2003
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More than 5 years
Products Used:
Shocktech Superfly, Stock bolt,
Marker Setup: $1,300 low pressure Autococker--> STO body, Benchmark trigger frame, 3-roller trigger sear, ANS hammer kit, AKALMP tornado valve, Palmer micro-rock regulator, STO ram, Shocktech 3-way, Shocktech superfly bolt.
Barrels= AKALMP, Dye, J&J, Powerlyte, Lapco, Taso, and PMI
Strengths: 3-different tips, fun with tinkering
awesome milling work
Weaknesses: scratches inside of body.
airslot isn't slotted=decreased velocity
Review: I want to say that the guy's at Hybrid are super cool and they have been in the game for a long time (much respect goes out to them).
When i got the bolt i was very impressed with the milling, weight and design of the ITB2 Bolt. The internal part of the bolt is drilled out near the back to decrease weight and it looks very sharp. To bad looks only impress 14 year olds these day's. When i put the bolt in my autococker i noticed that the ram was sticking back, so i gave it a little tap with my fist. Mistake number 1, you see the thick aluminum piece that holds the delrin tip on the front is the same outside diameter as the delrin tip. this means that the whole "lets use delrin so we don't scratch our autocockers" theory goes right down the toilet. Hence, the inside of my $250 STO body got scratched. (Oh well, such is life)
After a little metal removal from the local machine shop, i reinstalled the bolt with the back spin tip. Hella cool results; my velocity jumps up 30 fps!!! Well this has me quite baffled so i put on the low pressure tip on just for fun, humm... now im back down to 295? After much deliberation i come to the conclusion that the "back spin tip" is slotted all along the bottom of the bolt, thereby allowing more air to flow down the barrel. So, i do a little home slotting to the low pressure tip and BAMM! up to 325ish.

-The VENTURI TIP is a waste because there are two holes on the top and one on the bottom causing a drop down at range, due to top spin.
-The BACK SPIN TIP is very fun, range is increased by 5-10 feet. However shots drift left and right if poor paint is used.
-The LOW PRESSURE TIP is really the way to go (if you have a low-pressure setup). Shots are as straight as an arrow, its as if little Angels are floating your paint down range.

Conclusion: The Hybrid bolt needs two major changes to be satisfactory. The first is a slotted air inlet. This will increase velocity by 30fps in some cases.
And second, take a little metal off the aluminun holding the tip in place, therfore the inside of your marker wont get sratched.
If these steps are followed a BIG 9. but for now a little 4. Sorry cool dudes at Hybrid next time play with the things before you sell them.
4 out of 10
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