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General Joe's - PGP centerfire bolt

General Joe's - PGP centerfire bolt

Manufacturer: Valley Raceway
Year: 1988

The stock PGP bolt has no hole in it to let air pass through. When the gun is fired, the air hole from the valve is between the bolt face and where the paintball sits. This adds a lot of upward pressure on the ball pushing it against the top of the barrel when fired. On brittle paint this can cause a ball being popped. This bolt moves the the ball further forward and sends the air through the center of the bolt. Thus pushing it strait down the barrel.

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