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ShutterPaint
01-22-2006, 05:53 PM
I'm am thinking about purchusing and Anti chop system bolt for my spyder shutter. Would you guys reconmend it? if i do get one do i need a electric hopper. i hear people talking about Anti chop systems and using an electric hopper. well i am open to any suggestions Thanks!

P.S. how can you tell if you oiled you gun to much?

WhatThaSmurf
01-22-2006, 05:57 PM
we already have plenty of threads about acs, but we can work with the other question
my friend (he's an idiot) had oil running out of his trigger frame and blackening his finger, that was too much oil
you only need to oil the o rings, just a drop or two and use your finger to spread it around, anything much more than that would be too much

DyNasty9
01-22-2006, 06:01 PM
umm well is yor gun electric or mech? if its mech you probably wont need a electric hopper but if its electric you might want to invest in one. ive heard great things about the ACS bolt but just make sure you break it in first or else it will chop like crazy. smurf beat me to the oil part.

ShutterPaint
01-22-2006, 06:07 PM
Where could I purchase the ACS? and which is better and why aluminum or deldrin

ricochet08
01-22-2006, 06:19 PM
definitely delrin. it's lighter, doesn't leave thoes nasty scratches inside ur gun like the aluminum ones.

u can get them @ www.paintballgear.com haven't had problems w/them yet :)
not sure if anyone here is selling 1 or not.

ballistic
02-06-2006, 04:30 AM
Brother in arms, I have an upgraded rodeo, with a shocktech superfly bolt and evo II with sound activated boards, I have shot 3000 rounds thus far this year without a chop. I theorize that if you have the right set up there really isnt much need for an ACS. Evo II loads 13 to 15 balls a second which with my mechanical I can no way pull the trigger that fast, and the shocktech is super fast. That doesnt mean I'll never have a chop, thats just part of the game. Keep their heads down

ballistic
02-06-2006, 04:33 AM
Brother in arms, I have an upgraded rodeo, with a shocktech superfly bolt and evo II with sound activated boards, I have shot 3000 rounds thus far this year without a chop. I theorize that if you have the right set up there really isnt much need for an ACS. Evo II loads 13 to 15 balls a second which with my mechanical I can no way pull the trigger that fast, and the shocktech is super fast. That doesnt mean I'll never have a chop, thats just part of the game. Keep their heads down

you get what you pay for/ my pops