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Old 04-26-2006, 07:06 PM
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What is $60-$70??
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Old 04-29-2006, 11:00 AM
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Should I get a derlin bolt with or without o-rings? (For the MR1.)
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Old 04-30-2006, 01:10 PM
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Should I get a derlin bolt with or without o-rings? (For the MR1.)
A ringless bolt moves smoother and is marginally lighter with tight tolerances (good if your setup is in danger of chopping balls), but it will wear out faster. However, at $19, it's an affordable "wear item" that increases marker performance.

PS: I find that adjusting the settings on my Halo TSA is critical to getting good, consistent high ROF from me e-triggered MR1. Also, when the hopper gets low, the remaining balls jump more, and the system is slightly more prone to feed problems...
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Old 04-30-2006, 01:27 PM
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A ringless bolt moves smoother and is marginally lighter with tight tolerances (good if your setup is in danger of chopping balls), but it will wear out faster. However, at $19, it's an affordable "wear item" that increases marker performance.

PS: I find that adjusting the settings on my Halo TSA is critical to getting good, consistent high ROF from me e-triggered MR1. Also, when the hopper gets low, the remaining balls jump more, and the system is slightly more prone to feed problems...
Hey man don't forget, that's not just wearing the bolt, it's wearing the inside of the gun too, and more so the gun if it's delrin, because I *THINK* delrin is stronger.
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Old 04-30-2006, 03:33 PM
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Hey man don't forget, that's not just wearing the bolt, it's wearing the inside of the gun too, and more so the gun if it's delrin, because I *THINK* delrin is stronger.
I doubt that.
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Old 04-30-2006, 04:22 PM
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Well, delrin will NOT scratch metal, its basically plastic... I'd get one with o-rings because the o-rings prevent blowby which push the balls in your feed up, and cause weird turbulence problems.
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Old 04-30-2006, 05:38 PM
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...I'd get one with o-rings because the o-rings prevent blowby which push the balls in your feed up, and cause weird turbulence problems.
Interesting. If this is actually true, I'd be willing to spring another $19 just to see if there really is a meaningful difference in operation and reliability. The stock bolt comes with O-rings, and the only problem I've seen with it came from their being a bit too much slop (tolerancewise) when there was a feed problem and the gun chopped thin-shell paint; a shell frag wedged its way in between the bolt and the incide of the receiver, and stopped the recock.
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Old 04-30-2006, 05:40 PM
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Well, delrin will NOT scratch metal, its basically plastic... I'd get one with o-rings because the o-rings prevent blowby which push the balls in your feed up, and cause weird turbulence problems.
Good points Hob, exactly what I would say -
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Trinity sells the AK Expansion Chamber, the M16 Expansion Chamber, an M16 Barrel, an M16 Barrel Kit, a Car Stock, an M16 carry handle, and other mods that fit the Spyder.

www.trinitypaintball.com

Real Action Paintball sells front sights, barrel grips, and M16 style carry handles for the Spyder.

www.rap4.com.

I just ordered the Integrated Front Sight, an M4 Carbine Barrel Grip, and the MR1 Carry Handle from RAP. I'll post pictures when they arrive.
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