Spyder/Java Titanium hammer is 56% the weight of the stock steel hammer.
This is a direct stock hammer replacement — no drilling or machining required.
The titanium surface is almost as slick as the surface of a non-stick skillet.
The lighter hammer weight reduces cycle noise and kick at the same time increases gas efficiency, accuracy and cycle rate.
Our hammer costs less and weighs less; the surface is slicker and more resistant to rust than plated stainless steel replacement hammers. Why pay more?
The Dark Horizon Spyder/Java Titanium Hammer is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
J&J 14" Ceramic Barrel
Bob Long 15 degree Intimidator V/A Block
Bob Long Intimidator Low Pressure Chamber
Sub Zero 4 Stage Expansion Chamber
32 Degrees Magna Port Valve
Dark Horizons Titanium Striker
Spudnuk'l LP Bolt
32 Degrees Electronic Grip
Check It Parts Drop Forward
32 Degrees Spring set
Weighs less than stock, produces less kick-back which helps accuracy
Well, I bought the DH Hammer/Striker due to an article I read on Otter SC Customes and how it can be used to help make a LP marker.
I noticed a good drop in kick back while firing which helped increased accuracy. You can tell a wieght difference between the Titanium and the stock steel. Very good optional part if going to Low Pressure.
I would suggest in dropping the $39 into buying the DH Hammer/Striker. It's worth the money.
Buy the product, it's worth it's weight (well, lack of weight).
Spyder Avant E-99
Sweet Spot Trigg
AKA Tornado Valve
32 Spring kit
Check-it On/off Drop & Assult Block
Dark Horizon Titanium Hammer
Bob Long Mini Gauge
Dye Sticky Grip
Evo II hopper
easy of installation
Once I recived the hammer I noticed a significant differance in the weight verses the stock hammer. The TI hammer was a easy swap out of the old and in with the new. the finish is extreamly smooth. Lookes like a replica of the stock hammer except for the weight. I am very pleased with this hammer . It has reduced the amount of blowback and weight to my gun as well as helping it quiet down a bit. I can now run my gun at 300psi without a problem, with the help of other mods of course.
If you are looking for a great performing product this is a must have and i didnt think the price was that bad. a good produce for the right price.
Super Fly bolt
Maddman Rocket valve
15 degree assault block
32 degrees flame drop w/ on/off
Lightweight, very smooth
Requred some minor machining to work
When I received the bolt, I was very impressed with the finish and weight. It is noticeably lighter than stock striker. I had been running my gun with all the pieces above at 260psi with no problems. I installed the Ti bolt and had trouble with firing. It would take two trigger pulls to shoot every time. It seemed like the sear was getting hung up. I visually compared it to the stock bolt. The machining was very close but not exact. There is a notch cut out on the bottom of the striker that the sear catches when the gun is cocked. The notch was just a tad deeper than stock. I figured this was causing the sear to hang up on the first pull and release on the second. I ground down the underside of the striker to make the notch depth equal to the stock striker . After doing this it has performed perfectly.
Out of fairness to Dark Horizon, I must say I was unable to chrono the gun before and after installation. There may have been an inprovement to fps that I dont know about.
It is a good product, bit a little pricey. I was able to fire the gun at low pressures with the stock striker already. There is definitely less blow-back, which could mean better accuracy when shooting rapidly.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, January 29th, 2004 at 5:45 pm PST
Center Flag Hyper Frame.
Palmer’s Pursuit Male Stabilizer.
Evil Pipe Barrel System.
Bob Long Low Pressure Vertical Adapter.
System-X LP Chamber.
Dark Horizon Titanium Striker.
Maddmann Rocket Valve.
Shocktech Hammer LP Spring Kit.
Psycho Ballistics Bullet Drop Forward.
Stainless steel hose with slide check quick disconnect.
Crossfire 68cu/in 4500 psi HPA Tank.
Ricochet AK Loader.
Bob Long gauges.
Light weight and strong. Smooth finish. Installation was just a matter of swaping parts out.
It is really hard to think of any. Maybe the price would be a problem.
When Building my marker I wanted the best and most advanced parts I could find. Im always buying new things to try. This part really does do what it claims. Re-cocking is smoother, marker does not kick back, operating pressure went from ~400psi to ~300psi with no change in velocity or gas usage. Overall performance was enhanced in every part of the marker. Quieter, smoother, and it even allowed a higher rate of fire. With the original striker i could only get about 7 or 8 b.p.s. without chopping. Now i can get about 9 or 10 b.p.s.
With overall gains in every aspect of the marker, this is the single best upgrade you could make.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, April 10th, 2004 at 8:59 pm PST