This is an Autococker TIGER SHARK bolt machined from Nylatron. It has a wide open end (no air restriction) for maximum air flow. A slot has been machined on the end so as not to wear on your ball detent. For newer style pin cockers, these bolts have a spring loaded ball fitted.
The APM Products Tiger Shark Bolt is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
dragun tes, with a dye ultralite and a cp drop forward
Turns your gun into a hoze
Wen i put this bolt into my gun and shot it, wow, it wouldn't shoot one ball, it broke every ball that i put in it, i thought that it had to be the barrel bore size or something, but i was wrong wen i took the bolt out and put the Superfly in ti again, the gun worked fine again
DO NOT BUY THIS BOLT!!!!!!!!...unless u want to turn ur gun into a hoze, dont even take it if its free, because if u put it in ur gun, u will just be wastin paint and u will loose money...LOL this bolt is trash period the end
The day after ordering, i learned that Silverbolt had a problem with his bolt - the inlet hole was too small. So i contacted Paul at APM about the situation & he told me they had redesigned a bolt for Silverbolt to test. I was concerned my bolt would have the same problem.
It didn't. In fact, the inlet hole on my Tigershark is a bit larger than the stock bolt's.
I replaced the stock bolt then noticed the Tigershark slipped into the tube a little too easy. Would i have a blowback problem?
i used this bolt for quite some time. Everything was working fine but i noticed i was using a lot more air than before. So i switched back to the stock bolt.
$20 for a nylatron bolt is pretty good but too good to be true in this case. Maybe others had better luck.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, March 30th, 2005 at 1:07 pm PST