The Shocktech Supa Fly Bolts combine our 3 hole design with a cupped tip to cradle the ball. Our bolts have an aluminum shaft for strength and Delrin any where the bolt might contact the inside of the gun for reduced friction.
The Shocktech Super Fly Bolt is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
2003 Black Outkast
Shocktech Supa Fly Bolt
Full freak kit
Pure Energy N2
don't have to oil it
i have used it twice and put more than a case and a half through it. i havn't had any problems with it. it is sixty times better than the stock piece of junk that i had before. it is also about 1/8 (maybe less) the wieght of the stock bolt.
i like this bolt and it is about the same price as any other bolt that is worth buying.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, February 12th, 2004 at 5:02 pm PST
red 2k3 vert feed autococker
ACI Bulldog III Preset - 45ci 4500 High N2 tank
12' SP Progressive barrel
10' CP 2 piece barrel
Shocktech Super Fly Bolt Delrin
Dead On Pro Blade Drop Forward
Dye Invison goggles
no lube or oil
This was the best $40 ive spent on my gun in a long time, this bolt is nuts it made my cocker faster and better. Short strooking all us cocker owners know and hate that word you never have to worry again with this i tried to get a ball stuck and break in my gun..... nope wouldn't happen it is nuts theres no o rings so you never have to replace them or oil its lighter than that stock rolled up tin foil bolt, it's awesome I recommend this too all cocker owners who want to shoot faster and never chop a ball again.
best bolt I would argue on the markey its so nice get one now!!!
blue to purple fade Bob Long DEFIANT
Kapp Drop Zone w/ on/off
68/4500 Nitro Duck Tuff Skin w/ Rase black cover
Lightweight, maybe lighter than Orrcale bolt ?
Delrin, so no lube necessary, and no o-ring replacement
Combination of a high flowing bolt and venturi bolt ( 3 hole at the very end of the bolt face)
little if no blowback at all
Got scratched easily, but doesn't matter cuz the air goes thru the inside of the bolt.
Love this bolt, too bad i'm selling my cocker. Light and looks cool. For the price, it's well worth it. C'mon, give ur cocker some love w/ this bolt.
2004 WGP autococker, Shocktech Supa Fly bolt, 12 volt Revy, 68/3000 crossfire tank
Weight, larger port, quality
other delrin bolts may be lighter, bolt color may interfer with eyes on E-blade
The bolt is significantly lighter than stock. Result is a fast cycling time, resulting in more balls per second. It has a port that is much larger than stock as well. The bolt is mostly delrin with an aluminum center for strength. The bolt has a venturi bolt, supposedly better for distributing air around the ball resulting in improved accuracy. There are no O-rings, no more lubing your bolt, less maintenance, however, oil may cause your bolt to swell, so clean your gun of grease and oil before installing.
The disadvantanges are few, there are bolts made entirely of delrin, they are lighter in weight, also some bolts have grooves in them so you can time your cocker with your bolt installed. These features are not available. The color of your bolt may effect the eyes if you run a E-blade cocker. The eyes are reflective and dark color bolts, mine happens to be black, may confuse the eyes, resulting in more adjustment time with the E-blade. Worrblade addresses this problem by giving a white color delrin bolt with their kit. If you want to oil up your marker's internals, you might want to put back your stock bolt while doing this, since oil may affect delrin.
Great product, a bit pricey, but for less maintenance, better air distribution (larger air hole and venturi front) and faster cycling, it is well worth it.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 3rd, 2004 at 3:32 pm PST
ANS quick pull bolt, stock cocker bolt, black magic venturi bolt
'02 Cocker raw body, anodized by Bloen Customs (see my home page)
Kapp valve, stainless screw kit, IVG, front block, and 15 deg. ASA
ANS ram and LPR
chrome STO 4 way (I promise it's the best 4 way anyone has ever made.)
Dye Pivot frame
Shockteck Supafly bolt and fat hammer
Mac Dev titanium pump arm and cocking rod
Black magic reg
Bloen Customs beavertail
Armageddon 3000/68 NitroDuck 4500/68
O rings on back are easily lost, heavier than all-delrin bolts
When I first tried this bolt on my gun, I already had a well broken in ANS ram on the marker. There was so little frictionthat with the gun degassed and the hammer cocked, you could tilt the marker back and the bolt would fall back under it's own weight. I was very impressed with how smooth this bolt is. The stainless bolt retaining pin has a smaller profile than the big clunky stock one. It also doesn't make contact with the sides of you back block, only the inside of the hole. This helps protect your ano from scratches. One drawback is the O rings on the back of the bolt for grip. They look good, and provide a nice tactile grip, but seem to just disappear. I think they slip off too easily
It's a good, low friction bolt that will reduce cycle times and internal wear. I have one on both of my cockers. If you want to reduce waer and prolong the life of your cocker, and get a performance increase, this is a good choice.
I've had my cocker for about 4 months now, coming from a 98custom, and was wanting to quiet the gun down a little more. This bolt is sooooo much smoother than the stock bolt! I read a review that if you tip your gun back, the bolt and back block slides backwards which I thought was exaggeration, but it wasn't. Here are the good points:
-No oily mess because the delrin self lubricates.
-Very easy to pull the bolt out (still would like to see a quick pull design).
-I got this bolt for $35 at my local shop.
-Made my gun noticeably quieter
-Doesn't scratch up my insides
The *only* bad thing I would have to say about this bolt, is the fact that pulling the pin is a real pain in the ass. I loosened the screw in the end of the bolt, but that really didn't help any. It almost seems that if I do this enough from the left (where my cocking rod is), the rod will bend out and my back block won't be flush or straight anymore. The stock cocker pin was much smoother than Shocktech's. Its not impossible, but if you were under fire it might be a hassle. Thankfully I almost never ever break paint.
GREAT bolt! I'm glad I picked this up and would recommend it to anyone looking to switch from the stock bolt. I just hope to see a better pin design from Shocktech in the future, and I'll get that one too =)
03 vert feed autococker
shocktech supafly bolt
empire on/off valve
freak barrel kit
This is a really nice bolt. You can get it to match the color of your gun (which I know is retarded cuz you can't see it but YOU know it's there...and that's all that matters) It's super smooth and I mean smooth. Before I upgraded to an e2 my ROF increased alot and so did my accuracy. The gun cycles real nice with it and I don't have to worry about lubing it up.
It is a little pricey. I got it at my local shop for 30 bucks but I think it was worth it.
I bought this as one of the first upgrades for my gun. I immediately noticed a difference in the weight and accuracy of the gun. I noticed a little shred of delrin on the inside of the bolt sort of hanging by a thread, so I pulled it out no problem. I used my friends D.A.R.T. bolt, and it was a little lighter, but I didn't notice any change in performance.
A great upgrade for the money, lightens the gun & improves accuracy and speed. No complaints here
2002 Cocker with shocktech supafly bolt, sp progressive barrel, ANS GenX-2 regulator, WGP Hinge trigger frame, dye sticky grips (the new style), KAPP DZIII, KAPP Cradle, KAPP On/Off, 68ci 3000psi Nitro Duck bottle, Dye Rhino cover, 12 Revolution hopper, and steel braided hosing
Delrin, "open face/ venturi hybrid"
Honestly, I haven't found anything wrong witht the bolt. It, without a doubt, out performs the stock bolt. The combination of the open face and venturi styling is a concept that works. It is efficient. It is accurate. It is better. Some have said that the bolt is "sharp" on the edges and chops balls. I never had that problem. As long as you adjust the back block you should be okay. The pin design also is an improvement over the WGP style. As long as you don't take it a part you should be fine. I've notice that people always start complaining about things after they take them apart.
wont scratch internals
Touchy when it comes to moisture....
i havent noticed any sound reduction but recoil has been greatly reduced.
This weekend i will see how low i can drop my cocking pressure. just for kicks....
I did however experience a small problem when purchasing the bolt. evidently the one that i needed was different than the one i bought. it was actually about half an inch too short... i assume that this is for the pre 2k models.... but im not entirely sure b/c this is my first cocker.... the bad thing is the two are completely identical. no external model or part number markings. just a word to the wise, make sure you bring in your old bolt and measure it up from PIN TO PIN... the smaller supafly is actually about the same height as stock bolt but the pin hole was in a different place... but this issue was promptly corected the next day.
This is a great durable product that wont let you down
just be carefull when purchasing