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Number of Reviews: 3
Average Rating: 9.3 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $40

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When it comes to techies or indoors low velocities, its game ON !!!!! Set up your Shocker to shot below 250fps consistently. Now you to extend the center shaft thus altering or adding mechanical dwell. Tip is hinged pinned, for floating action thats self centering. Eliminates any bolt side loads or friction.

*Fully adjustable shaft to fine tune any Shocker
*Tune your Shocker for velocities down or below 250fps and run consistently
*Swivel tip eliminates side loads for reduced friction
*Going for the the lightest Shocker, this guide will shed 13.2 gr !!!
*Increased volume capacity (between o-rings)
*Low to no maintenance rear bumper
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The New Designz Shocker Fully Adjustable Bolt Guide is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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pepsi4all Friday, February 15th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
2 years4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
hybrid bolt, stock bolt.
Marker Setup: t68 pistol now my primary weapon. My other markers are Xmag, Dm6, A1, old boblong, and others.
Strengths: It is a self centering guide.
Weaknesses: There is none that I found.
Review: You might ask why do you need to buy this bolt.
This bolt is made to lower fps of the shocker.
There is a big difference between this bolt and the other bolts.
This bolt is lighter, and gives lower pressure, and has a self centering.

I saw both reviews and it does not do justice for it. I am wondering, if they try to really observe to the detail how the bolt works.

As you take a closer look at hybrid bolt or stock compare to this bolt, you can see the part of towards the top has less diameter. These will lower the pressure of the gun. Means easier on paint, or you can lower the dwell of the gun via the board.

The most important is the self centering. I have compared it and other bolts with this bolt. The self centering works, because you will have a better consistency. The bolt will not lean towards the side, but "centering itself" does equality = Consistency.

Before, I have a consistency of -5 +5, now if you put this bolt it will dramatically go to -2 +2. Although you need to Break the bolt in. Make sure you have a high quality grease, not too thick.

At one time it was shooting 257, 257, 257 I thought the Chrono was not working, until it registered 258.

Now how does the bolt lowers the fps. The Bolts is adjustable through the back part with an allen wrench. When you Adjust this, you are adjusting the Dwell through a hardware, not electronically. When you try taking this bolt, you need to use the smaller hole with allen wrench. There is two sizes of allen wrench on the back. There is one for the more outer part, and the inner part.
Take the bolt out through via access of inner part size of allen wrench. And same thing to thing to adjustment. After adjustment set the outer part with a bigger allen wrench.

The hybrid bolt does not do anything jack to the gun. It is just for easily taking out the bolt
Stock performs as the hybrid bolt.
You can buy a hybrid bolt, or just use an allen wrench to take out the bolt and put it in your pocket if you want to take off the bolt.

Right now, I am using a V3 Stinger, with Nox bolt with this guide.
my regulator pressure is 155. 10 psi and it is like my dm6.

This is actually more accurate than my dm or my ego now. In which I have sold them already.

I just can't wait if they will ever come out with EIGEN bolt... for this baby will run like a droid.

Now this will fit the NXT SHOCKER or SFT shocker.
Conclusion: I give it a ten. Ndz, makes a fine product. I even like their on/off bleeder is way better than a cp bleeder by far. I trust them, they must have good engineers.
Rating:
10 out of 10
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NaughtyDogsPWN Wednesday, February 28th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock guide, hybrid michaud guide, evolve bolt guide.
Marker Setup: 2003 Shocker,
Dynasty Trigger,
14" CP one piece classic,
Dynasty M5 Tadao,
06 Hybrid Grips,
Hybrid ASA,
CP Rail,
CP Reg,
Smart Parts HE Bolt kit,
Shocktech Feedneck,
Tyler Michaud Bolt guide.
Strengths: Can shoot under 250 FPS without any problems, lightens up your gun, and adjustable.
Weaknesses: Works like the stock bolt guide.
Review: Well i went and got one of these cuz i play indoor alot, so it was something that would help me out, and it did, i chrono'd my gun to about 240 FPS with no drop off or bolt stick problems, quite imressed, but i didn't really notice any difference from the stock bolt, or any other bolt guide, lubing it can be a mess sometimes (more like an inconvenience) cuz you might accidentally adjust the bolt guide while it's in your gun rather than remove it, but thats no big problem, this shaves some of the wieght off the upper part of your gun, so if you're going for a lighter shocker than this can help, and you don't have to maintain this guide as much as the stock or other ones because it doesn't have a rear bumper o-ring, instead it uses a little plastic washer, only problems i've had with this is that i've lost that washer a couple times and it's a pain to try and get it replaced.
Conclusion: Overall i'm pretty impressed with the way that the bolt guide works (under 250 FPS), can help your shocker shoot consistantly, but it really does work just like the stock bolt guide, so unless you have any particular use for this, just stick with the stock.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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Aug Wednesday, May 10th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock shocker bolt guide
Marker Setup: Grey 06 Ego
Shocker with tons of ups
Halo B
68/4500 Nitroduck
Strengths: 1)Good for reball practices
2)Stays deadly consistent when shooting under 250 fps.
Weaknesses: Hard to figure out at first, Performs like the stock.
Review: Personally it is great, stays consistent at reball practice when shooting under 250 fps. The only problem with mine is whenever I take it out to lube I have to disassemble it while it's in the gun. Not hard i just screw out the adjustment cap, pull out the guide and unscrew the end cap. Lube it up put it together and pop it back in. Besides that little inconvenience it is great if your team practices at reball to save cash otherwise stick to the stock one no difference it performance.
Conclusion: Great for reball, performs like the stock and all other aftermarket guides, Stays very consistent under 250 fps; all good but mine is a little complicated to take apart for me.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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