- - reflex bolt?
|nacho8405 ||12-15-2012 02:57 PM |
is the dye reflex autococker bolt differant than a standard bolt and if so where can i get one
|Patar ||12-15-2012 04:38 PM |
from what I'm reading it's not too different from a regular autococker bolt? It's just that it fits different with the backblock apparently, so regular autococker bolts won't work with a dye reflex, and therefore i would assume the reflex bolt won't work with a regular autococker.
that is unless you want to do some little DIY engineering
don't take my word for 100% truth, just the result of some quick google searching and forum post reading
|toymachine ||12-15-2012 04:47 PM |
Yes, normal bolt with, integrated into it's own backblock. Twist lock kind config, and as patar said you'll have to do a bit of machine work to get another bolt to fit in that particular backblock. Not impossible, and for all I know you might be able to use a standard evo bolt with a normal pull pin style squared off p-style backblock. No guarantee, but who knows
|Frgood ||12-15-2012 05:16 PM |
Yes they are different than other A/C's. Instead of a pin that goes through, both, the bolt and the back block, there is pin in the bolt and a slot inside the back block. They are matched in a 'twist lock' fashion.
I've got a black Dye Reflex bolt if you are interested.
|gospeedgo1 ||12-15-2012 05:33 PM |
Sanchez machine makes a delrin bolt for the reflex.
|toymachine ||12-15-2012 07:10 PM |
There ya go :)
|nacho8405 ||12-15-2012 08:58 PM |
Thank yall im gona pick one up from Sanchez a buddy of mine has a nice reflex body but no bolt so looks like im gona have a winter project
|toymachine ||12-15-2012 09:15 PM |
easy peasy. enjoy!
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