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.
*Pneumatic reg can be turned down since it's lighter and requires less pressure to be cocked ( this means u can lower ur operating pressure)
* NO OIL!!!!!! u never have 2 worry bout slathering the damn bolt in oil and then having to shoot ur gunna w/out the barrel so u dont have oil in the barrel
*I've noticed a slight decrease in the arch of the paintballs when i shoot
*My brother short-stroked my cocker and a paintball got pinched but didn't break whereas the others bolts did
*Never have to worry about any ball bearings in the push pin anymore, this pin is solid and fits very tightly so u dont worry bout it falling out or breaking.
*It doesnt fit the breach exactly so there is VERY slight blowback, but no more than I had with my stock bolt.
* It's a little longer than the stock bolt so you may have to turn ur back block out one turn which takes 10 seconds
Performance wise this bolt is a great improvement and operates flawlessly. You will not regret buying this bolt.The best feature is that u no longer have 2 worry bout oiling the bolt and that goes a looong way. It's worth every penny of the $40 that i payed for it ( less than other aftermarket bolts such as the ANS POS!!!)
2001 cocker with 14 inch dye boomstick. shocktech superfly bolt, bomb 3-way, swing frame. 32* gel grips, pmi dropforward, steel braided hose. 68ci/4500psi crossfire tank (low output, 450psi)....thinking bout selling for a impulse, will sell for 620 without tank email me for negotiations
Its lighter than the stock bolt, so theres less kickback. no o-rings. dont have to oil it. increased gas efficiency. easier on paint, better accuracy.
50 bucks, pricey to me, not to some. push pin can fall out if not careful, but i just tightened the ball bearing
its a nice upgrade if you have the cash. giving it an 8 because of price
I have two cockers: Shocktech vert feed cocker w/ all aftermarket parts by Shocktech, Gladiator reg, WGP adjustable 3-way, 68/4500 Conquest air system, Shocktech drop forward, All American Freak. Lockout Freeflow w/ all Pro Paintball internals, Dye drop forward, 14" Dye Boomstick, Palmer Mini Rock.
This bolt is awesome. I like the delrin/aluminum o-ringless construction - there is no friction between the bolt and the body of the gun. I also like the easiness of the push pin. Good gas efficiency is a plus. It also quiets the gun down a bit. I never chop with it either.
Because it is a Delrin bolt, it doesn't exactly fit the inside of the body that perfectly. This causes a little bit of blowback but nothing major. I'd really like to see Shocktech put some o-rings on this Bad Boy.
Shocktech makes one of the best aftermarket autococker bolts. It looks good, it performs well, and the price isn't that bad. You have to pay for quality!!