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MadMan66
11-19-2006, 05:43 PM
ok, i am looking for a new bolt cause mine keeps chopping the balls. my question is has anybody used the Kingman Xtra Delrin ACS Bolt? or anything like it, and does it do what it says it does? i'm also thinking about trying otters customs, but i want something that will help stop chops.

what it says it does >>> Product Description
The revolutionary Anti-Chop System is the world's first true anti-chop bolt. Simple and affordable, the ACS bolt delivers the same results as expensive markers with eyes. Just replace your existing bolt with the ACS bolt - simple as that!

Features:

The ACS precision spring tension recognizes obstructions before crushing balls and jamming the marker, so the action never stops
Can be used with the Spyder E-99, E-99 Avant, Spyder Flash, Flash w/ LCD, Spyder Rodeo, Shutter, Xtra, Spyder Aggressor, Aggressor XT, Spyder TL and TL Plus.

Thanks

wtwmoney
11-19-2006, 05:51 PM
I've got a '05 Pilot ACS. I've ran roughly 6 or 7 cases of paint through it at several different settings and never chopped a ball yet. As for a Xtra i'm not for sure. Hope this helps you.

vwjimmy
11-19-2006, 06:29 PM
We have a rear cocking ACS in our Flash LCD....
It worked wonders for it! Camo has very fast fingers and after we broke it in, he has yet to chop a single ball! (Several thousand rounds!)
I can say that I highly recommend the delrin ACS for all non LP Spyder applications.
Good Luck!

MadMan66
11-20-2006, 10:37 AM
thanks for the help. but there are two bolts, the "Kingman Spyder Universal Electronic Delrin ACS Bolt" and the "Kingman Xtra Delrin ACS Bolt" and i was wondering how a mech marker would know if it's going to chop a ball or not? and all the guns that you said you used it on were electronic markers. so i guess my question is, which bolt did you guys use?

Nenkitsune
11-20-2006, 10:51 AM
the universal bolt is for left/right/top cocking guns. i think the extra is a rear? anyways, it doesn't matter if it's mech or if it's electric, it still works the same. the marker doesn't know when it's going to chop, the bolt does.

MadMan66
11-20-2006, 03:13 PM
thanks a lot!!! i think i'm going to get it with my birthday money in a few weeks!!! i'll give it a review in the members review section when i get it.