Constructed from 60 series aluminum with a full 360' cut out between the two O-rings for mega gas flow. The ANS venturi bolt features 16 gas ports in the face of the bolt head for maximum balanced ball thrust which ensures longer straighter shoots!! At the rear of the ANS venturi bolt is a push button. When pressed in, this button allows the venturi bolt to be easily withdrawn from the Autococker.
The ANS Quickpull Bolt is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
2003 Black Gloss Nast Impulse with:
-STD magnetic trigger
-vertical MAX FLO Reg
-68ci 4500psi Pure energy tank with Air America 5000psi gauge
-Psycho Ballistics Drop Forward with cradle
-Freak Barrel soon to get whole freak set
-and any thing else that would be on a nasty impulse standard
It is a very easy to pull and clean bolt system
it is a push pin wihich allows it to fly out at tiems
The main problem with this bolt is that it can fly out during a game that you are playing and you are firing tght etrigger really quickly and one other prob is that if you lube it with DOW 33 it turns to be really loose and that is god for the internals and all but the other main prob wwitht that is that it can pop out by the balls and the push pin becoming loose and pinching on its own and it flys out the bvack doing what is called a "supermanj" move and that is a serious prob when you acannot fire the autococker that you have without a bolt LOL
This bolt is bvery well bvuilt for the rec autococker player but can really be a problem if you d not like the internals of your gun to be scratched at all or be able to fly wen youa re ruipping the gun with an EBLADE or a really fast hinge frame taht you might have like the KAPP reflex or the NEW ANS hinge frame for the GX-4 that they built
This will be difficult as I have seen very little that is positive about this thing! I suppose being able to get it in several colors might be a positive!?
Now for the easy part: The most serious problem with these bolts is that they will mess up the inside of your bolt passage. These create rub marks on the inside of your marker, causing excess friction and wear. Lubing will not prevent this problem! Next, Several of these have released on their own, which allows them to be forcefully pushed from the rear of the marker. They will sometimes lock to the point that getting them out of the marker is a real chore;
I have seen two break at the small stem, allowing the forward bolt section to shoot through and ruin a good barrel (luckily no one was hit!) The many small diameter holes decrease marker efficiency when compared to even a stock bolt.
I wouldn't place one of these in my Autococker if you paid me. If you want less ball breakage, go low pressure. I don't like most Venturi bolts too well, ANS just happens to build one of the worst. If performance was the only problem with this bolt, I'd probably give it a 5 , but since it can have far more serious issues that might damage or ruin expensive markers or barrels as well a being potentially dangerous I'd like to give it a big ZERO