2K5 Black Magic Autococker (Black/Red)
Pure Energy 68/3000 Tank
Evil Pipe Kit
Proto SLG (Olive)
CP 2 Piece Barrel (black)
PE 48/3000 Tank
VL Evolution II
Empire nano On/Off
2K5 Trilogy Competition
Shocktech Superfly Bolt
Shocktech Cocking Rod
Dye Sticky 3 Grips
WGP Cam Adjuster
Evil Pipe Kit
16 Oz CO2 with A/S
VL Revvy with Empire Sound Board
Lots of colours
Lets face it, the stock detents on autocockers suck. Everyone I know who owns a cocker has had to replace them. For me, when I replace them this is my weapon of choice. I have never tried any others simply because the first one I got worked so well. Now I have them on all my cockers and have never had a single problem. They even include an extra spring just in case you lose the original or need to replace it.
Love this product, if you need a new detent--- buy it. If you don't-- buy it for when you do.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, May 1st, 2008 at 12:41 pm PST
ans gx-4 all delrin bolt 68/3000 kingman black n blue revvy and a freak
Its easy to set up. It comes with an extra spring just incase something happens.
The balls metal. I would rather have delrin.
Theres not much to say its justa detent. It works good. way better than the stock. After using the stock detent about 2 times it broke. Hopefully this one will lasta bit longer. Im sure it will because shocktech usually makes very durable products. There hasnt been any problems so far.
Its a bit pricey but when i had purchased this item at my local paintball store, it wus 24.99. I only had a 20 on me so the guy at the counter just gave it to me for 20. This detent is one of the highest quality detents out on the market today. If u have the spare $$, GET IT!!!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, March 5th, 2004 at 10:08 pm PST
Easy to take apart, clean and rebuils.
Thumbscrewable so there's no need for tools.
None except for the price.
The stock ball detent that came with my marker could screw into the ball chamber. It used to jam the bolt in place, which resulted in me having multiple $4!+ fits. I had tried to Locktite it into place but another problem was that the ball seemed to get stuck halfway sometimes.
To install the Shocktech Rebuildable Ball Detent, you just put a bit of Locktite on the first three threads of the detent body, screw it into place until it touches the bolt, unscrew it a quarter-turn and let it dry. You then drop the ball in, then the spring and screw the cap.
I give it a 8 instead of a 10 because of the price and the ball is metal... delrin would have been nice.
If you need to replace your ball detent it would be a good choice because... read the review.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, January 7th, 2004 at 4:21 am PST