04 prostock, E2, MQ valve, Tickler lpr, ST bolt, torpedo hpr
Very smooth, light weight, moveable front barb.
I had recently bought 3 STO rams to test and see what I liked the best and what could be done to make every cycle smoother. After I had gotten them as smooth as physicaly possible I decided to see how they held up against a Belsales ram. IT BLEW THEM OUT OF THE WATER. Out of the box it has zero stick and only takes (about) 35 grams of pressure to move the pump arm compared to the smoothest STO at (about) 65 grams.
Here's how smooth this ram is:
With the stock back block and ST bolt, the cocking assembly will slide back is the marker is aimed up with the detent still screwed in.
With a custom back block (6 grams) and the same ST bolt and pin the cocking assembly will slide back when the marker is aimed up with no detent installed.
This ram let me lower my LPR to around 50 psi and retain full cycles at average speeds of 17 bps. This in turn increased efficiency, decreased the number of chops and decreased the minimal ammount of kick of my cocker had. (Keep in mind I'm running it with an MQ valve.)
Disruptive Paintballs Devastator ram is the exact same as the PE Nexus ram since both are made by Belsales and identical to the 44 magnum.
To harness the full preformance of this ram, set it up with some QEV's
If you constantly shoot at a high ROF or just want to decrease the ammount of kick in your cocker, this ram is a MUST. For the price of $40 - $55 NEW, you simply can't go wrong because it's the best and it's new.