Made of frictionless delrin, this bolt uses space age wind force cyclonic effects to create an upward spin on the ball, to propel the ball further than gravity would allow. It also comes standard with the signature series E jewel attached to the rear of the bolt (obviously the key selling point). It also has a cool little twisty design to decrease surface friction.
The Evil Delrin Bolt is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Cp 2 piece barrel
Hybrid clamping feedneck
Check it speedy drop
Pure energy 47/3000
Bob long torpedo reg
Good consistent airflow
Cool evil jewl
Cocking rod is loose
That is it
I got this bolt and it fit perfectly in my marker. It looked really cool to. The only I noticed is that the cocking rod was somewhat loose. But that didnt matter to me. I took it out about a week later at operation paintball and I was nervous of how it would work with the mixed reviews I had heard about it. Well when I went to chrono I had my nitrogen tank on and the bolt even made my gun shoot alot more concistent. It also made it incredibly quiet even with all my other upgrades it sounded as quiet as a cocker. It was so cool!!!!. My first game It was really accurate and it stayed like that the whole day and I really liked it alot. I cant wait to use it again. Hopefully at Patriot Paintball this time. If I am not broke.LOL
Go buy this as quick as you can for your spyder and you wont regret it a single bit. It works for me and I know it will work for you. Especially with nitrogen. I give it a 10 because it is a perfect evil product.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, September 11th, 2004 at 6:28 pm PST
2-part, cocking rod is _very_ loose
I am not impressed with this bolt. It is lighter than my stock and it won't scar the inside of my marker body, but that is about the extent of the advantages. The blowback on my E-99 was so bad, I had to have an additional o-ring groove milled in the bolt behind the air inlet. The o-ring on the front of the bolt overlaps the groove for the ball detent and actually goes past the detent when firing. That may be the reason why I cannot get the velocity above 250fps with my stock spring. I have also noticed an increase in chopped balls with this bolt over my stock bolt.
I would not recommend this bolt for the E-99 for the reasons listed above. It is poorly engineered and performs badly.
venturi (lowers velocity slightly)
it is very nice looking and will not scratch up your internals, but it is just a bolt and bolts affect very little of accuracy and such. and it will make you slightly less air efficient because of its huge venturi. It also is sorta loose on the back because of its two peice construction
its ok, but it is just a bolt, not too much of an upgrade from a stock bolt if its well oiled. And if you oil this bolt it will swell which is not good
7 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, March 4th, 2004 at 1:09 pm PST
w/ Green PMI Spring,
20oz CO2 tank,
14" Smart Parts Progressive
...modded Trigger Frame,
Evil Delrin Bolt,
Pure Energy 48/3000 :D :D :D :D
oh and 12Vt Revy w/xboard!
Piranha BL VF G3 w/
Orange PMI Spring,
Flushing Bolt/Hammer Assembly
20oz Pure Energy CO2 w/on off switch
The Evil Jewel is not straight and it wiggles a bit.
I was in the market for upgrading the stock bolt in my E-99 when I went to JT Military Surplus and asked them for a new Bolt. They recommended the Evil Delrin and i took a look at it. I wondered to myself...WHERE THE F*** WERE THE O-RINGS. As the owner explained to me that it is a new technology, the bolt itself didnt need o-rings and that it would be more accurate. I brought it to my friend's place and ran a small test. I tried out the Stock bolt and shot at a compost box about 100ft away and about 4/12 shots hit (2x 6-shot burst). Then i went inside, changed the bolt to the nice new Evil Delrin and in the same spot, aimed at the compost box and to my amazement...100% accurate. I found that the investment of 66$ CDN did make a difference.
if you are serious about accuracy....BUY THE DELRIN BOLT
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, February 23rd, 2004 at 11:04 am PST
*Couldn't get it to stop chopping paint at first
*Seems a little flimsy
Well It's a really cool bolt and it was easy to replace and its also really light. I like the fact that it seemed to increase my accuracy as well. The fact that it made my gun quieter was a plus as well. At first when I installed it I couldn't figure out why I kept chopping paint. I went to the paintball store to see if I should get new springs to compensate for the decrease in the weight of the bolt. They suggested I turn down my velocity. I don't know why I didn't think of that. So anyway, I tried that, and it worked great from then on. I can run it on full auto at 13bps and it works fine, not that I do, but it works great if I wanted to.
My final recommendation is that this bolt is a good bolt, but it seems like some people have had better luck with shockteck bolts or others. Me personally, once I got it to stop chopping paint because of my own stupidity, it worked great
VTL w/ Evil bolt, exp. chamber and 16" CMI barrel.
Lightweight, low price, more accurate shooting, distance and the jewel
pin does not fit in piranha
when i got the bolt i took my old one out of my marker and was installing the new one. The new pin did not fit to i had to use the one from my old bolt. So then i got it installed and went out to shoot it. It shot great. from close range (30 ft) i was landing shots right on top of each other. Then i backed up (80 ft) and was lobbing the balls as i always did with my stock bolt at that range. the shots went over the target and i had to compensate for my increased distance.
Overall i was happy with my purchase. if you are a beginner like me and need a better bolt for your spyder/ piranha then this is a great buy. your gun will shoot better and it is a great price.
Nice Flow (venturi), consistent, good looks, good accuracy, less noise, light weight, wobbles a bit but its not much to worry about. I use RPS Big Ball and it shoots very consistently. Good for any kind of player who doesn't want to scratch up their gun with a stock bolt.
This bolt is a great upgrade from any stock or non stock bolt.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, September 28th, 2003 at 6:59 pm PST
Lightweight, wont scratch the inside, and doesnt need to be oiled
Loose back end of bolt and 2 pieces.
After having my BD for about a year i have dicided to replace the bolt. The stock bolt did fine, but not really sure if it gave my balls a really good spin. I got the evil bolt because it was cheap and it made my gun be part evil. the jewel looks good too. The evil bolt did better than i thought. I saw it fly straighter than stock and kept my hits at a consistant target. it also shot further than before. never chopped a ball with it. Even with a rate of 15bps. The lightweight is not drastic, but makes it fire a little faster.
Good replacemet. Also a great way to say your gun is evil!
14" Smart Parts Tear Drop
32° Drop Froward
32° 6 Stage X-Chamber
It may have just been a poorly manufactured bolt but, I was not impressed with this bolt by any means. It is incredibly light weight which is noticeable while installed. Except that the performance was lacking. The blow back with this bolt was incredible a very large amount of air was leaking past every inch of the bolt. Shooting paint was no different I don't recall a single ball making it out of my barrel with out a break. After numerous amounts of tinkering I still couldn't get it to work. After at least 200 rounds I gave up and went back to my stock bolt and it shot like a dream.
It may have been just a poorly manufactured bolt. But this just enforces my belief in aftermarket bolts don' t improve performance enough to justify the cost. I dont suggest this bolt for any marker.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, September 5th, 2003 at 6:48 pm PST
Blue Spyder e-99
DYE XCEL 14in. barrel
Evil Delrin Bolt
48/3000 PE HPA
CheckIt Sweetspot Trigger
Wont scratch the marker, cool EVIL jewel, good airflow
the cocking rod is loose inside the body
I bought this to replace my stock bolt, due to scratching on the inside of the marker.
The delrin surface won't scratch, but DONT OIL IT, this causes it to swell up and die. Airflow of the bolt is pretty good, although i personally prefer an open-faced bolt (remove the Venturi from your stock bolt!) for higher flow.
THe EVIL jewel on the cocking rod (which is jiggly and loose inside the body, be careful not to snap it off), looks super-suave. i find myself staring at it when the bolt is cycling. It's that cool.
Also, the whole bolt is lighter than the stock one, lighter enough that you DO notice it.
A problem with this bolt that i found, is that when you chop a ball and get paint on the bolt, it is not easy to clean in the little grooves, and especially in the venturi tube. the little holes are sunk into the bolt quite deep, so it is tough to get paint out.
A good bolt with a few problems that can be annoying. not super-high-flow, not amazingly super-awesome-great, but it does the job if you want a reasonably priced bolt that wont scratch and looks nice. if you dont want to spend the money, just polish your stock bolt, but i dont believe it will do as well as the Evil.