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.
standard ventri bolts, and stock, but they dont even come close!
WGP 2k2 vert autococker black, 12" Dye ultralite, superfly bolt, 32* flame drop, shocktech cocking rod, macroline, 68/3k fiber pure energy---Also have a 2k3 System-x vengance cocker , 12" J&J ceramic, 32* drop, 68/3k nitro duck, i use 12v revy's w/ x-board on both.
Self lubricating, light , fast,
Only weakness i could see was the delrin scratches easy, thats all.
I'm very, very impressed w/ this bolt. THE BEST OUT THERE, BAR-NONE! the whole design of this bolt makes it worth the 50 bucks. Angled air port, delrin, light, fast, even distribution of air around the ball,,, it's killer!!! I was absolutley amazed when i put ball on ball at 30yrds ,(w/ zap amps) with this little baby. The action in my cocker is alot smoother also.
Go sell your overpriced angel or timmy to radio shack, and get this bolt 4 a new cocker u should be shooting ,,, sister!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, March 20th, 2005 at 6:55 am PST
16" all american
This bolt is sweet. Before I got this I thought my gun was pretty accurate. Little did I know that for 50 bucks it would make my gun that more accurate. When I play indoors I can notice a difference in my accuracy. Also there is less maintaning for this product. Overall this product us pretty sweet.
*Light as a feather
Any autococker owner knows that when they buy their gun, they have a good choice of upgrades. One of the most important upgrades though would deffinitely be a new bolt. The stock bolt is very heavy and LOUD! After researching bolts for about a week, I decided the superfly was the best choice. They sell for around $40 which is really nothing considering the incredible performance this bolt will give you. With a good barrel, you won't chop any paint because the cupped end of the bolt works well with paint.
Get up, go out and buy one. You'll see a difference instantly in your marker's performance and be happy with this bolt.
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
2003 blue autocoker, shcoktech ram and bomb three way. Black magic regulator,aka pump arm.
empire 4 pc kit
NO OIL! smooth cleanshot quick return light,
You have to use teflon dry lube on it so it doesn't swell up.
This bolt is freaking awsome, i love it. it weighs less than half of my old stock bolt. easy to maintain and work with, looks awsome. there is such a difference between the stock bolt and this one i love it. i have improved my shooting because of this bolt. it has less kickback
Buy this bolt it freaking kicks ass and will make you shooting and gun run so much more soothly.
2004 Autococker Oddesy 5 pc barrel set and view loader 12v revvelution
Low resistance no oiling mess easy to clean no o rings
None that i know of
This is my friends bolt that i put in my gun to see if there would be a major difference in performance and it was a great bolt, almost no resistance looks kool and it is easy to clean because you dont have to re oil it and carry oil with you. The bolt is great and the only reason why i didnt buy one is because im saving for a worr gas tank.
Good bolt get it for realy tweeking every once of performance.
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.
02 WGP Vert Feed Autococker
FBM factory anodizing
WGP hinge frame
Low friction, light, durable
Delrin slightly out of round. Pull pin design needs revision
Fair bolt, as bolts go. Lightweight aluminum back, Delrin for the actual bolt. very low friction through the body of my cocker. Only issue...
Loctite the set screw on the back of the bolt. IT WILL back out if you rip paint through your marker, you WILL lose the set screw, ball bearing, and spring, and you WILL kick yourself when your bolt pops out of your marker mid-game because you didn't notice the pull pin came out.
Iffy. Shocktech doesn't have a good name with me. This bolt didn't exactly improve my opinion. Some people will swear by it, I'll continue to swear at it.
Like all things, the bolt you put in your marker is a matter of personal taste. The things it does well, it does really well, but spending 50 bucks on an 'almost good' bolt isn't a good investment in my book.
wgp 04 and 03
shocktech supa-fly bolt
mako 14" 2 piece al.
Extremely good looking
No lubrication needed!
When i first used my wgp 04 cocker, all the balls i fired were going downwards. so i decided i needed a new bolt and a new barrel; so i order the shocktech supa-fly bolt on xpaintball and my order comes. I shot it and all the balls went straight and fired more quicker.
If you are finding a new bolt, get the affordable, good-qualitied supa fly bolt.. I guarentee you'll love it.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, October 24th, 2004 at 10:33 am PST